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May 25, 2017
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This is the third of a 5-part series featuring CoSM's Top Scholars. The College of Science & Mathematics takes great pride in highlighting our talented students.

Joshua Sensenbaugh, Top Scholar for the Department of Psychology is featured in this article.

After completing his first high school psychology class Joshua was hooked. He stated, "I fell in love with how the brain can affect behavior."  And with that he set his sights on pursuing a career...

May 5, 2017
Canadian clinicians want to adopt a model used by Jeremy Schumm when he was associate director of the PTSD program at the Cincinnati VA.
Mar 21, 2017
“Research and Theory on Workplace Aggression,” co-edited by Nathan Bowling, examines research on aggression in the workplace.
Mar 15, 2017
Erica Curtis, who graduated in December with a bachelor's degree in psychology, is the third member of her family to attend Wright State.
Mar 1, 2017

The Dayton Daily News recently interviewed Mr. Kevin D. Schmidt, 2011 graduate of the Behavioral Neuroscience concentration in Psychology.  Kevin is currently Research Lead for bench level translational neuroscience in the AFRL 711th Human Performance Wing with an active grant in genetics, physical training, nutrition, and bioinformatics. Mr. Schmidt manages $27M in extramural and intramural research projects across the government, private, and academic sectors while also proudly serving as...

Mar 1, 2017

Wright State Neuroscience Club is organizing a trip to the conference on “Sex Differences in the Brain” at Kent State University in April.  This fledgling student organization is coordinating travel and lodgings for 15-20 undergraduates to attend this meeting on April 6-7.  What a great opportunity to listen to scientific presentation from a number of renowned neuroscientists, to learn about current research from student and faculty researcher posters, and most importantly, to network with...

Feb 16, 2017

Good news from Psychology.  

A review of Dr. John Flach's book, “What Matters”,  will appear in the February Issue of Frontiers in Psychology. The book explores some of the metaphysical and theoretical assumptions underlying cognitive science and design. For those who are interested in reading the book, it can be downloaded for free via...

Jan 12, 2017
Physiology and neuroscience graduate student Ryan Rakoczy hopes to develop better treatments for prematurely born infants and others with breathing ailments.
Nov 7, 2016
As director for faculty development and leadership, Stephanie Goodwin is responsible for assessing, developing and implementing campus-wide faculty development/leadership initiatives.
Oct 31, 2016
The students on the trip made observations about various animal behavior experiments and produced research papers.

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