CoLA Employee Recognition Awards 2014
This fall, we celebrate many great employees who have completed milestone years of employment at Wright State University. The College of Liberal Arts is proud to honor the following faculty and staff from our college:
Victoria Oleen, Theatre
Bruce B. Cromer, Theatre
Jack L. Dustin, Urban Affairs
Chris Hall, English
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The theme of our quilt show is Celebrating Women's Studies Through Quilt Stories because Women’s Studies, an interdisciplinary program, uses several textbooks and books in their courses which feature quilt designs as their covers.
Quilts are fabric conversations about individuals, families, communities, or nations. Quilts, through their fabrics, patterns, colors, purpose, themes, and textures are the voice of...
Dr. Arshia Sattar, a scholar of Hindu religion and culture from Bangalore, India, delivered an engaging lecture last Thursday, September 18th, to a group of Wright State students, faculty, staff, and community members, as part of a two-day visit to the WSU campus. Dr. Sattar, who has a PhD from the University of Chicago in South Asian Languages and Literatures and whose translations of Sanskrit literary and religious texts are world renowned, spoke to a group of roughly...
Wright State University’s Women’s Studies internship class, “Women, Leadership, and Social Change,” is giving students real life experiences with the support of a college classroom. Taught by Amber Vlasnik, director of the Women’s Center, this class combines work in the classroom with an individual internship experience for each student.
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...
As part of her Women’s History Month residency at Wright State, CNN's Geraldine Moriba will deliver the Anita Hill Annual Lecture on Gender Justice on March 13.
The Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality Symposium at Wright State examined myriad topics including race in the GBLTQ community, construction of black identities and feminism in media.
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...
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...