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Jul 29, 2014
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Martin Kim, 2000, M.U.A.

We’d like to introduce you to Martin Kim, adjunct professor with the Department of Urban Affairs and Geography since 2009. While he taught Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Principles and Advanced GIS courses over the last 6 years, this fall Martin will teach the Community and Regional Planning course (GEO/URS 3200).

Jul 29, 2014
Wright State fine arts graduate Megan Smallwood spent nearly a year working with volunteers to paint a large colorful mural in an east Dayton neighborhood.
Jul 28, 2014
He’s a politically savvy professional with big ideas and the networking skills and contacts to bring in new work.
Jul 25, 2014

The Study Abroad annual trip to Paris and Bordeaux, France with professors Halling and Abadie from the department of Modern Languages was featured in an article in the Dayton Daily News!

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Jul 25, 2014
Movie screenwriter and Wright State graduate Nicole Riegel has been named by Filmmaker magazine as among 2014’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film.”
Jul 24, 2014

This 6 week trip is the second time Dr. Small has participated in a USAC (University Studies Abroad Program). The University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) allows students from the USA a unique opportunity to complete a study abroad program that allows for the integration into the college atmosphere, creates opportunities for cultural immersion, and encourages students to experience the culture and learn about the country of India. Dr. Small is teaching a class entitled “Demography and...

Jul 23, 2014
Wright State University is installing four vehicle-charging stations in prime parking locations for drivers of electric cars and plug-in hybrids.
Jul 22, 2014

Dr. Melissa Doran completed her PhD in the department of Spanish and Portuguese at The Ohio State University in May 2014. Her dissertation, "(De)Humanizing Narratives of Terrorism in Spain and Peru," examined the humanizing and dehumanizing discourses at play in the literary and filmic representation of the conflicts between the Spanish State and ETA and the Peruvian State and Sendero Luminoso. With a particular focus on the actors of these conflicts, her project...

Jul 21, 2014
Eggplant, kebabs, hummus and tabouli never looked so good.
Jul 17, 2014

 

After having guests from Zurich Switzerland come to Wright State in 2013, Wright State students have had the opportunity to visit there this summer. The Comparative Social Welfare: US & Switzerland class, SW3890/6890, taught by Dr. Carl Brun, is just finishing up their trip. In a recent email, Dr. Brun writes "The class is very successful and the faculty and campus are excited about continuing this partnership by alternating sites. We are already discussing plans for the Swiss...

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