Peace Corps internship by Wright State’s Katie Rossman may provide career path
An urban affairs major, Wright State senior Katie Rossman plans to pursue a career working for the government or in nonprofit management.
Wright State alum, inaugural registrant Sheila Skimmerhorn caps career with stint at STEM school
Sheila Skimmerhorn, a two-time Wright State graduate, was the first student to register for classes at the university in 1964.
Wright State graduate student Lindsey Steller wears many hats
Lindsey Steller, a grad student in the student affairs in higher education program, works in the Student Activities office, is president of a grad student organization and is adviser for the Black Student Union and Raiderthon.
Wright State graduate Ryan Ireland's latest novel is based on real-life events highlighting Stockholm syndrome, institutionalized power and the fading history of the American West.
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Wright State researchers find that emerald ash borer, which is destroying ash trees in a large swath of the United States, can also successfully complete development on olive trees.
Tony Walton will discuss his career working on Broadway and in Hollywood during a special visit to Wright State University on Nov. 2.