True lies

Retrospective by Wright State art professor emeritus Ron Geibert features Orwellian themes
"Four Decades," a retrospective of the work of Wright State art professor emeritus Ron Geibert, is on display in the Stein Galleries through Oct. 21.

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Raise Wright

Wright State’s new one-stop shop for funding inspiring student projects

Visual vitality

Wright State wins $538,562 state award to buy virtual reality equipment for workforce development

Wright Brothers Day celebrates innovation

Dissenting opinion

Wright State part of national effort to archive history of student activism and dissent
Student Profile

Flight path

Wright State mass communication student Brody Beaver sets his sights on becoming an Air Force pilot
Mass communication student Brody Beaver has enlisted in the Air Force, is in the Ohio Air National Guard, has his private pilot’s license, studies aviation history and takes photos using drones.
Student Profile

Poster popularity

Wright State SOPP student Peyton Jones honored for posters at Ohio Psychological Association Convention
Peyton Jones, who is pursuing his Psy.D. at Wright State, was honored for his poster exploring psychological assessments of people whose assigned sex at birth does not match their gender identity.
Student Profile

Naval force

Wright State medical student Christiana Draper brings Navy experience to medical school, neuroengineering research
Christiana Draper, an M.D./Ph.D. student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine, won a National Institutes of Health Diversity Supplement Award to support for her ALS research.
Alumni Profile

Power of persistence

Wright State alum James Dahlman does pioneering work in biomedical engineering
James Dahlman, who graduated from Wright State with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering, was named one of “35 Innovators Under 35” by the MIT Technology Review.

Wright State Magazine

Leading Lady

Cheryl B. Schrader takes the helm at Wright State University at the school’s half-century mark
When the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory was built outside Batavia, Illinois, in the 1960s, a river of top scientists from around the world poured into the sleepy, two-stoplight town. The rural town’s transformation into a scientific beehive by the premier …

Proud to Wear the Green and Gold

By Susan (Barr) Gayle

The Guardian’s Front-Row Seat to History

Newspaper memories by Anthony Shoemaker and Alf Butler