Mar 20, 2017
Congratulations to Sarah Bostic-Kelley who is this year's recipient of the Top Scholar Award for the College of Liberal Arts. The Top Scholars from each undergraduate college will be honored at the April 7 Top Scholar Awards Event sponsored by University Libraries, Friends of the Libraries, and Wright State's Parents' Association. Sarah will be graduating summa cum laude this spring with a double major in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Sociology. She was the recipient of the 2016...
Mar 6, 2017
Brianna Brown, a senior majoring in crime and justice studies at Wright State, hopes to work with the FBI or help juveniles in the criminal justice system.
Feb 22, 2017
Karen Lahm, director of crime and justice studies at Wright State University, discussed the increase of female inmates in the Greene County jail with WHIO News Center 7. Watch Lahm’s interview. Read the report from WHIO.
Feb 1, 2017
Award-winning author Ann Weisgarber, ’76, received the 2016 Alumna of the Year Award. Weisgarber’s first novel, The Personal History of Rachel DuPree, is set in the South Dakota Badlands. The book won the Langum Prize in American Historical Fiction and …
Nov 18, 2016
Brontee Jeffries, who has served in the Air National Guard for three years, currently works as an aviation resource manager in the179th Airlift Wing operations group.
Sep 23, 2016
Dean Kristin Sobolik will be honored for her leadership in promoting and advocating for the advancement and recognition of women in science, technology, engineering, arts and math careers.
Aug 24, 2016
Wright State anthropologist Amelia Hubbard specializes in the study of past life ways through teeth.
Aug 5, 2016
"The Authors' Attic" is an installment of "Social Problems" -- the official journal of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. It is a forum that provides authors an opportunity to discuss pressing and relevant social issues of our time.
Jul 13, 2016
The four Fish sisters were highly involved in campus life as Wright State students in the 1970s.
Jun 27, 2016
The dig is part of a program created by assistant professor Lance Greene to investigate the archaeology and history of Shawnee settlements in Ohio.