Leading the way 

Student government and Wright State alumni join forces to endow scholarship for student leaders
The Student Government Association and alumni helped create the Student Government Endowed Scholarship, the first endowed scholarship established by a student organization at Wright State.

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Psychological moment

Wright State graduate student Gillian LaRue serving national leadership position in The Association of Black Psychologists’ Student Circle
Gillian LaRue is pursuing a PsyD. at the Wright State School of Professional Psychology and hopes to work with patients at a state mental hospital after graduating.
Faculty Profile

Getting physical

Wright State professor Karen Wonders spreads gospel of exercise for cancer patients
Karen Wonders, director of the Wright State Sports Science Program, founded the Maple Tree Cancer Alliance, which provides exercise, nutritional guidance and fellowship to people battling cancer.
Student Profile

Home sweet health

Wright State nursing student studying to create her “American dream” in health care
Wright State nursing student Rosa Aguilar wants to provide care in the Hispanic community within the greater Dayton area.
Student Profile

Making a case

Wright State senior Andrew Puthoff played defendant in re-enactment of historic Dayton murder trial
As an intern at Dayton History, Andrew Puthoff played the defendant in a special courtroom drama.

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