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May 1, 2014
The testimonials from eager and thankful liberal arts students painted a clear picture—they value their chances to shine in professional environments as much as they value their entire educational experience.
Apr 30, 2014
Ebony Davenport

As we approach the end of the semester, many graduating students are securing jobs, internships and other exciting positions that will further their professional development. The Women's Studies Program is excited to announce the plans of two of our graduates. 

Taylr Ucker, Graduate Assistant for the Master of Humanities Program and Research & Recruitment Assistant for the Women's Studies Program, secured what she calls the "perfect" post-graduation position as a Teen Advocate at...

Feb 14, 2014

Do you (or someone you know) identify as a woman currently enrolled as a WSU graduate student?

Participants are needed for a creative thesis project conducted by a Women’s Studies graduate student.

What Is It For?

The project consists of brief narratives about the experiences of women in graduate school at Wright State University’s Dayton campus. Privacy is crucial and your identity will not...

Dec 19, 2013
Students Reading

Do you identify as a woman currently enrolled in graduate school? Do you have feedback about your experiences attending school?

Participants are currently needed for a creative thesis project this semester conducted by a Humanities graduate student. This project will provide narratives about the...

Dec 17, 2013

On Stefan Pugh’s office door is a plaque that reads “Brage Golding Distinguished Professor of Research,” a declaration not only of this professor’s remarkable accomplishments...

Jun 21, 2011

Nancy Brown Diggs will speak at a local bookstore on Wednesday, June 22.

Apr 11, 2011

“Someday My Prince Will Come.” It sounds like a...

Aug 9, 2010

When his job was put on the chopping block, graphic designer Stephen Rumbaugh considered his options for the future... Rumbaugh thought back to a book he read in the early ’90s on soap making and sensed an opportunity.