Literary lioness

Wright State’s Damaris Serrano again wins highest literary honor awarded by her native Panama
Damaris Serrano, associate professor of Spanish at Wright State, received Panama's Ricardo Miró National Award for her essay on the evolution of Panamanian poetry and literature.

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3D thinking

Wright State senior Rachel Evans completes manufacturing internship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Rachel Evans, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering at Wright State University, researched new manufacturing technologies during a summer internship.
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Milling around

Wright State alum Jessica Noes '04 is at the wheel of historic Clifton Mill
Jessica Noes, who graduated from Wright State in 2004, oversees all operations at the Clifton Mill, including its annual Christmas display.
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Actively engaged

Wright State graduate student Janelle Dixon serving national leadership position in The Association of Black Psychologists’ Student Circle     
Janelle Dixon plans to turn her passion for social justice advocacy to pursue a career as a forensic psychologist after earning a doctoral degree from the Wright State School of Professional Psychology.
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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.

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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