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Jun 15, 2015
New book by Drew Swanson, an assistant history professor at Wright State, was named the year’s best book on agricultural history by the Agricultural History Society.
May 29, 2015
40 under forty

When the Dayton Business Journal announced its 40 under Forty for 2015, we were not too surprised to see so many Wright State graduates and employees on the list, including four from our department!

Congratulations to Mitch Bailey ‘14 and Mike Wiehe ‘01, Master of Public Administration graduates, Sarah Williams ‘04, Urban Affairs graduate and Robert Scott ‘05, Urban Affairs minor.

May 26, 2015
Wright State’s Special Collections and Archives and the Dayton Metro Library partner to create a searchable online archive of the most complete run of Wright brothers newspapers available to date.
May 20, 2015
Ohio House Speaker and Wright State grad Cliff Rosenberger read a commendation of professor Donna Schlagheck in the House chamber May 20.
May 18, 2015
Robert Miles photo

Robert A Miles

Urban Affairs ’05, MPA ’07

 

Condolences to the family of Robert A. Miles, a 2007 alumnus of the MPA program and 2005 graduate of the Urban Affairs program.

The full obituary can be read at the Dayton Daily News .

May 18, 2015
The College of Liberal Arts received funding for internship scholarships with help from Cliff Rosenberger, a 2012 Wright State graduate and speaker of the Ohio House.
May 14, 2015
Courses offered at Wright State give students a chance to indulge in a mind-expanding, creative exploration across various fields of study.
May 5, 2015
Excerpt “They had this passion, this mission; they were obsessed to succeed,” said historian David McCullough. But though their plane is proudly displayed at the Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum in Washington, historian David McCullough still believes the Wright Brothers …
May 4, 2015
Stephanie Patino-Garfias, a political science and communication major at Wright State, advocates for the Latino community and for immigration reform.
May 4, 2015
Wright State's Special Collections and Archives hosted David McCullough and a "CBS Sunday Morning" crew for an interview on the author's new Wright brothers book.

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