Bradley Roediger, '10, '12 & Professor Tracy Brewer
Bradley Roediger, '10 B.A., '12 M.P.A.
Bradley Roediger holds two degrees from Wright State University, an undergraduate degree in Religious Studies and the Master of Public Administration program. During his graduate studies, he focused on nonprofit management and completed the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (NLA) certification program.
Roediger was a recipient of the national NLA Next Gen Scholarship and the 2013 recipient of the NLA Outstanding Alumnus award. He is very active in the Dayton region. Roediger currently volunteers as the chair of the UpDayton Advocacy Committee, treasurer for the Human Race Theatre Company, and helped to prepare for the TEDx Dayton event as a member of the audience experience committee. He is currently working as the volunteer services coordinator for the Dayton, Ohio, Habitat for Humanity affiliate.
He has worked and been an intern for many nonprofits in the region, including the American Red Cross, Greene County College Success Partnership, National Youth Advocate Program, FilmDayton, Hannah's Treasure Chest, and The Boys and Girls Club of Dayton.
In his free time, you can find Roediger running and biking on any number of the Miami Valley's miles of bike paths or attending various music venues and Human Race Theatre productions.
Tracy Brewer, College of Nursing and Health
Since joining Wright State University in 2009, Tracy Brewer, D.N.P., R.N., has distinguished herself as an innovative teacher and leader in the Wright State University–Miami Valley College of Nursing and Health.
As an assistant professor, Brewer has championed the integration of team-based learning and has worked tirelessly to explore opportunities for inter-professional education activities with the Boonshoft School of Medicine. She helped redesign obstetrics and women's health studies in a team-based learning format, helping to increase students' overall course grades and scores on national tests.
In 2011, she received the College of Nursing and Health's Undergraduate Classroom Teaching Excellence Award. She also has received the Research Article of the Year Award from the Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, for which she is also a reviewer.
An active leader within the college, Brewer serves on numerous organizations and committees, including the college's Change Team, which is devising a new five-year strategic plan focused on creating innovative teaching methods that can improve student success. She is also a member of the Faculty Senate and the Academic Integrity Hearing Panel and has served on the Board of Trustees Academic Affairs Committee.
"Dr. Brewer truly embodies the excellence we hope to see in new faculty members in both the college and the university," said members of the college's Promotion and Tenure Committee.