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Thinking it over

Iraq veteran Fred Hockney is using the study of philosophy at Wright State University to help unlock the mystery of his experience.

WWII veteran shares his stories via social media

Jim Martin was in the now famous 506th parachute infantry regiment featured in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers. Jim has began connecting with social media where he has since reached celebrity status by sharing his stories.

Veterans radio project

Wright State University’s Veteran and Military Center is collaborating with public radio station WYSO to create a series of stories on local veterans’ experiences transitioning to civilian life.

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New nursing program offers immersive disaster response training

Wright State’s National Disaster Health Consortium holds training exercises on disaster preparedness, response and recovery at Calamityville.
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WSRI hosts summit on health and human performance research

The Health and Human Performance Research Summit combined the capabilities of academia, industry and government with the science and technology expertise at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
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New Wright State initiative will boost multibillion dollar defense/intelligence industries

Excerpt Wright State University is ramping up efforts to tackle the looming shortage in defense, aerospace and intelligence workers. The school recently put three organizations under one umbrella — a new Center for Workforce Development in Beavercreek — to coordinate …
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