“Sue treasures the many people and organizations that make the Dayton Region a truly unique place to call home."
“I’ve got good acting skill,” he said with a wide smile. “I’m waiting for somebody to put me in a movie or a show or something.”
The goal is to foster an understanding of different perspectives, which ultimately could reduce barriers to healthcare.
“Our applications are up. Our retention is up from fall to spring. Things are going incredibly well,” Wright State president Sue Edwards said.
The Raiders were pounded by nemesis Cleveland State, 85-68, Friday night to fall to 16-12 overall and 9-8 in the league.
The agreements can strengthen local partnerships in a relatively quick way, easing bureaucracy and clearing the way for cooperation.
“I know the coaches would love to get away from the travel-partner stuff. You don’t see the top leagues doing that,” Scott Nagy said.
Faculty in the departments of family medicine, pediatrics, and psychiatry will collaborate in the training program.
Although he’s remembered for making the most incredible shot in Wright State basketball history, Mike Grote was having trouble drawing any kind of bead on his future.
"This CPR kiosk is simple, it takes maybe 5, 10 minutes to learn hands-only CPR, it provides a test, and you can walk away feeling empowered."