Alumnus Profile: Ronald D. Amos, '76, '84 and Faculty Profile: Dr. Katherine Cauley

Alumnus Profile

Ronald D. Amos, '76 B.S.B., '84 M.B.A.

Raj Soin College of Business

Ronald D. Amos has been president of the Dayton region of U.S. Bank since 1995. His banking career spans over 25 years in the Dayton market with over 20 years specializing in commercial banking activities. Amos earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration in 1976 and Master of Business Administration degree in 1984, both from Wright State University. He has been very active in supporting many initiatives in his native Dayton community. Amos served on the Board of Trustees of Children’s Medical Center of Dayton (also served as chair), United Way of the Greater Dayton Area, Wright State University Alumni Association (former president), and the Wright State University Foundation (current chair). Additionally, he has served in a leadership capacity in fundraising efforts for several organizations, and has raised over $35 million for the United Way as the 2002 general campaign chairman, Children’s Medical Center, United Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation Services, YMCA, the American Heart Association, and Wright State University

Faculty Profile

Katherine Cauley, Ph.D., Professor and Director, 

Department of Community Health and Center for Healthy
Communities, Boonshoft School of Medicine

Recognized nationally as an expert and educational leader in the theory and practice of service, Katherine Cauley, Ph.D., has worked to assist communities by integrating service-learning into medical school curriculum. Under Cauley’s direction, the Center for Healthy Communities has flourished as a national and international example of medical school and community collaboration. As a community-academic partnership, the center works with more than 75 health and human services, faith-based, and local and state organizations to
improve the health of the community and enhance health education.

Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence Community Engagement Katherine Cauley, Ph.D.