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Jan 2, 2014
Aerial Nies is a junior in the Crime and Justice Studies Program.  In December 2013 Ariel completed a highly-competitive internship with the United States Secret Service.  She feels that the internship has given her a realistic look at federal law enforcement and she now knows that she can and must work her way up the ladder when she begins her career.  According to Dr. Jim Adamitis, Visiting Assistant Professor and Internship Coordinator, the Secret Service experience is one of the program’s...
Jan 2, 2014
The Wright State Model United Nations team participated in the 2013 NMUN Korea Conference in November.   WSU Delegates Josh Cummins, Jonas Kiessling, Hanna Tarbert, and Angie Loyd brought home multiple awards for individual performances as well as team performance.  In addition to participating in the conference the team went on multiple excursions including the Imperial Palace and the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea to learn about the ancient and recent history of Korea. 
Jan 2, 2014
On November 10, 2013 the College of Liberal Arts hosted its annual donor recognition ceremony at the Benjamin and Marian Schuster center in downtown Dayton. More than 260 people joined together to recognize and honor important donors to the college and many talented student scholarships recipients.  It was a great way for scholarship donors to meet the students benefiting from their generosity and for the students to thank them for their support. The evening ended with the ever-popular Holidays...
Dec 27, 2013
Spanish professor Damaris Serrano received the most prestigious literary award from her native Panama for an essay she wrote on the construction of the first transcontinental railroad and the Panama Canal.
Dec 26, 2013
Students at Wright State University and the Dayton Regional STEM School helped one another develop their professional writing skills in a unique collaborative project.
Dec 23, 2013
Arch Grieve wanted to impact public education in his hometown by becoming a teacher there. When that didn’t work out, however, Grieve found another way to accomplish his goal.
Dec 23, 2013
We begin 2014 with a tip of the hat to the best feel-good story of 2013.
Dec 20, 2013
The vocal producer of the popular reality TV competition The Sing-Off will lead a contemporary a cappella singing camp at Wright State University this summer.
Dec 19, 2013
Bill Murphy
Bill Murphy  ‘98 Master Urban Administration (now Public Administration) Congratulations to alumnus Bill Murphy, currently the assistant city manager and economic development director in Piqua, Ohio, who has been hired by the Greater Columbus Georgia Chamber of Commerce. Bill will help the city and surrounding region create more jobs from existing companies and recruit new employers. According to a news story in the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, Bill’s expertise includes finding industry suitable...
Dec 18, 2013
Did you know that the Special Collections and Archives in the Wright State University Dunbar Library has the largest collection of authentic Wright brothers materials in the world?

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