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October 8, 2012
Student Government Senator Corban Robinson met with Dean Mainous to discuss the grading scale for nursing students. Students have asked that grades be rounded to the nearest percent grade for all projects, which Dr. Mainous was in agreement with. Next was in reference to the current grading scale which, as nursing students know, stands at a C=75%, B=84%, A=93% (with C being the minimum passing grade). Although the College of Nursing is determined to keep the minimum grade at a 75%, it was suggested that the grading scale be modified to C=75%, B=80%, A=90%. The concern with the old scale was not that students would or wouldn't pass, but by making it harder to get an A or B would negatively impact their GPAs and thus make grad school that much harder to achieve in the future. The Dean showed support of this new grading scale and would certainly propose it to the college board.
Fall 2012 Election Results
Student Government Elections 2012-2013 candidates for Graduate Studies Senator:
Josh Hilgefort 41
Student Government Elections 2012-2013 candidates for University College Senator:
Amaris Snowden 95
Ryan Rushing 103
THE 2012 STUDY ABROAD FAIR WILL BE ON SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2012 (WED) FROM 11AM-3PM IN THE STUDENT UNION ATIRUM.
The Study Abroad Fair is a fantastic time to gather information on all the study abroad options that Wright State University has to offer!
• Ambassador Programs with WSU professors (link)
• Third Party Provider Programs to study anywhere in the world (link)
• Exchange Programs with WSU partner schools (link)
Students will also have the opportunity to talk to a representative from the Financial Aid Office to learn how to apply financial aid and scholarships to their study abroad program. Information about study-abroad-specific scholarships will be presented as well.
Study Abroad alumnus will be present to answer questions from their experience abroad.
Other festival will also have:
• Raffle Prizes
• Free Popcorn
• Visa & Passport Information
• Credit Transfer Information
The winners of the photo contest will also be announced at the fair.
For more info contact:
UCIE at (937) 775-5745
Sep. 11, 2012
The polls are open to vote for the preferred name for the current Medical Sciences Building. Head to http://wings.wright.edu to cast your vote. Choices are as follows:
The student body will be voting to fill in two Student Government positions for the University College and Graduate Studies senate positions. In order to qualify to run for office, all candidates must be currently enrolled as a student at Wright State University, must have at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average and be in good
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September 6, 2012
Completed in 1976, when the medical school admitted its first class, the Medical Sciences Building was the home of the Wright State University School of Medicine until White Hall was renovated and rededicated as the hub of the Boonshoft School of Medicine. New classrooms were added to the Medical Sciences Building in 2009.
The building now houses the Enrollment Management Division; the Wright State Human Resources department; the Center for Interventions, Treatment and Addictions Research; the Leukocyte Signaling Research Facility; the Weekend Intervention Program; an amphitheater lecture hall; and several medium-sized classrooms. It will soon also house back-office processing for Admissions, Financial Aid, the Bursar, the Registrar, and other offices in the Student Union as Raider Connect refocuses attention on student services.
Submit name suggestions or questions to E-Board@wsusg.com until September 8 at 7 p.m. The top names will be put up to a campus vote from September 10–12.
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