Excerpt Samantha Sanderson’s interest in concussions was both professional and, unfortunately, personal long before she enrolled as a graduate student at Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology. An elite soccer player growing up in Hilliard, just outside of Columbus, Sanderson …
Wright State researchers are helping change the traditional model for teaching science by making learning more meaningful for students and moving them into a higher form of reasoning.
Wright State graduate student and former soccer star Samantha Sanderson has cofounded a popular website to educate and support victims of concussions.
Wright State University student researchers honored for their work to improve GPS navigation systems in motor vehicles.
Wright State University is among the top third of universities worldwide in faculty research productivity in the field of industrial organizational psychology, a new study shows.
It was dangerous. It was exciting. It was rewarding—swooping down from the sky in the battle zones of Iraq and Afghanistan to save wounded warriors.
Students at Wright State University and the Dayton Regional STEM School helped one another develop their professional writing skills in a unique collaborative project.
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.
We begin 2014 with a tip of the hat to the best feel-good story of 2013.
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