Julie Williams, a professor in the School of Professional Psychology, received the Distinguished Contributions to the Advancement of Disability Issues Award from the American Psychological Association.
Wright State professor Julie Williams receives prestigious national award for advancement of disability issues
Aug 14, 2017
Aug 3, 2017
Excerpt In this installment from our series Just Ask: Talking About Disability, we hear from 41-year-old Robert Sabwami, who recalls his experience growing up in Kenya with a visual impairment. In this story produced by WYSO’s April Laissle, he says his journey …
Jul 24, 2017
Scott Humes, a business major at Wright State, helped Team USA Deaf/Hard of Hearing Hockey Team win a gold medal in the World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships.
May 31, 2017
Wright State University has offered a coaching program for students with Autism for five years now and officials say it has become the precedent for programs geared toward students with disabilities. Raiders on the Autism Spectrum Excelling, called RASE, provides …
May 30, 2017
Offered by the Office of Disability Services, the Raiders on the Autism Spectrum Excelling program is gaining interest at other universities.
Mar 9, 2017
Katherine Myers, an assistive technology specialist in the Office of Disability Services, recently received several awards for her work at Wright State.
Nov 7, 2016
During a study abroad and service-learning trip to Jamaica, Katie Schmidt taught students singing and how to play the recorder.
Sep 16, 2016
Through the Workout Buddy program, students with disabilities are introduced to and participate in sport and exercise with the assistance of a trainer.
Sep 15, 2016
The President's Awards for Excellence annually recognize classified and unclassified staff for the vital role they play in the success of Wright State University.
Sep 6, 2016
Students, faculty and staff at Wright State’s Dayton Campus are able to call university police at the touch of a button.