By Roxanne DuVivier, Ph.D.
This past November, England’s Anglia Ruskin University made a visit to Wright State University and had the opportunity to engage in several events such as a presentation, the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement, the sharing of collaborative ideas, the first annual International Internship Alumni event, and discussions with Dean Joseph Keferl.
By Corey Seemiller, Ph.D.
On October 20, Dr. Corey Seemiller spoke at TEDxDayton on Generation Z’s unique perspectives, values and behaviors.
Getting with the program: College of Education and Human Services launches Program Evaluation Certification Program
By Jim Hannah, Wright State Newsroom
By Carol Patitu, PhD
As the old phrase goes, “time flies.” This academic year has truly been flying by. The year has been exciting and rejuvenating. As discussed at our spring college meeting, many of us are motivated and get our energy from our work with students who bring us nothing but joy on a daily basis. We are here for our students. We have countless stories of our alumni and students’ successes, and we hope you enjoy reading a few of them in this newsletter.
The College of Education and Human Services lost a dear colleague and friend this May. As a loyal donor to Wright State and the SAHE program, Joanne created the SAHE Initiatives Fund with her colleague. To honor Joanne and her commitment to students, the fund will be re-named the Joanne Risacher Student Affairs in Higher Education Initiatives fund.
By Katie McGrath
Congratulations to second-year SAHE students Katie McGrath and Taylor Ridenour for winning the Dr. Robert A. Dubick Case Study Competition at the 2017 OCPA (Ohio College Personnel Association) Annual Conference.
By Suzanne Franco, PhD
Students entering the Education Doctorate in Organizational Studies program have financial needs that cannot always be met. Scholarships allow these students to continue their education. Donor, Dr. Suzanne Franco, shares the story behind her decision to make her gift establishing the Program in Organizational Studies Scholarship in honor of her parents William C. and Myra Rowe.
By Jill Lindsey, PhD
Colleagues have asked me how sabbatical is going. Here is a brief report of the distant world of sabbatical.
By Sharon Heilmann, PhD and Sheri Stover, PhD
Julia Acosta and Maggie Veres were two long-time employees of the Leadership Studies Department who made an impact on their programs, students and alumni. Join us as we send them off with a fond farewell as they enjoy new adventures in the future.