Azadeh Jahanbegloo, senior lecturer at Wright State, says her native Iran has become an unfamiliar land
Azadeh Jahanbegloo, a senior lecturer of sociology, is now a U.S. citizen who calls America home, but never got to say goodbye to her past.
Wright State senior Tony Carpenetti was drawn to mechanical engineering because it includes the design and manufacturing of machines.
Jared Shank, who has degrees in geography and earth and environmental science from Wright State, searches underground for the past as a member of a metal detecting club.
Katie Adib, a second-year medical student, served as a translator for American medical doctors caring for refugees.
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Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Jonathan Capehart is a member of The Washington Post editorial board and writes about politics and soci
Wright State's Model UN team was named an Outstanding Delegation at the national conference in New York City.
The grant will help UCIE set up an exchange between Wright State students and students from Argentina’s National Northeast University of Buenos Aires.
Wright State psychology professor Cheryl Meyer co-authors book exploring motivation for suicide and those who leave notes
New book co-authored by Wright State psychology professor Cheryl Meyer provides suggestions on how to prevent suicide by building resiliency among potential victims.