Don't blame tech industry turnover on millennials in the workforce
Posted Wed, 8/2/2017
  Wayne State psychology professors recently had their research featured in Forbes, showing that millennials have higher work ethic than what's believed.
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Psychology student provides medical care in Ghana this summer
Posted Wed, 8/2/2017
  Pre-occupational therapy and psychology student Michelle Asiedu took the trip of a lifetime this summer but don't call it a vacation. Asiedu went to Ghana, West Africa, on a Medical Brigades trip with Wayne State.
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History students study hands-on this summer
Posted Mon, 7/31/2017
  Wayne State history students are experiencing the subject far more inclusively than from a textbook this summer. From Detroit to Maryland and from Paris to Bucharest, three students share their amazing research and internship experiences.
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Biological sciences professor receives $2.9 million NSF Research Traineeship grant
Posted Thu, 7/27/2017
  The National Science Foundation announced awards totaling $51 million to 17 projects that will develop and implement bold, new and potentially transformative models for graduate education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
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WSU professor wins lifetime achievement award for research on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder
Posted Mon, 6/26/2017
  John Hannigan, Ph.D., a professor of obstetrics and of psychology at Wayne State University, won the 2017 Henry Rosett Award for substantial contributions to the field of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).
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Physics professor Ed Cackett contributes to historic NASA research
Posted Fri, 6/23/2017
  Wayne State astronomy professor Ed Cackett was one of only sixty researchers chosen to serve on the science team for NASA's NICER project.
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2017 Wayne State University CLAS Across the Globe - Summer Research Map
Posted Thu, 6/22/2017
 
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Professor Stack to receive international award for his research
Posted Mon, 6/19/2017
  Wayne State Professor of criminal justice, Dr. Steven Stack, is the recipient of the 2017 Erwin Stengel Research Award.
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Chemistry professors receive funding to transform course
Posted Fri, 6/16/2017
  The Wayne State University Wider committee has awarded Chemistry Professors Jenn Stockdill and Mary Kay Pflum funding for their SSTEPs proposal.
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Wayne State wins first ever Michigan Physiological Quiz Bowl
Posted Wed, 6/14/2017
  A group of WSU students participated in the inaugural Michigan Physiological Society Quiz Bowl last week and won.
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Wayne State University will be a hub for humanities research this summer
Posted Tue, 6/6/2017
 
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Wayne State awarded over $460K from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund
Posted Fri, 6/2/2017
  Three research teams at Wayne State University recently received grants totaling $460,305 from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund for projects aimed at improving the health of children and seniors in Michigan.
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ASLE announces twelfth biennial conference
Posted Tue, 5/23/2017
  The ASLE conference (Rust/Resistance: Works of Recovery) brings together scholars, artists, and activists to celebrate the nature of the Rust Belt and the Great Lakes, and to ask critical environmental questions.
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Study Abroad & Global Programs receives financial gift, best wishes from local donor
Posted Thu, 5/18/2017
  A significant gift from Farmington Hills resident, Ray Okonski, is benefiting students in a two-week Study Abroad program that explores the presence of American culture in Poland while observing the country's history, and social and economic transfor
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Biology students and faculty participate in Great Lakes research conference
Posted Thu, 5/18/2017
  Wayne State University faculty and students are playing a vital role in this week's 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research in Detroit.
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Wayne State University summer course examines Detroit's 1967 uprising during 50th anniversary
Posted Thu, 5/11/2017
  "The Detroit Rebellion at 50: Retrospect and Prospect," a new course at Wayne State University, will examine the social dynamics of the events surrounding the summer of '67 in Detroit during its 50th anniversary.
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Wayne State University opens Detroit's first Geology Mineral Museum
Posted Thu, 5/11/2017
  From a collection of minerals once owned by Thomas Edison to a 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite you can hold in the palm of your hand, eons of geological history will be on display at Wayne State University's new Geology Mineral Museum!
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Undergrads awarded at Rushton Conference
Posted Tue, 5/9/2017
  At this year's Rushton Undergraduate Conference for Language, Literature and Culture, several Wayne State University students were recognized for their outstanding efforts and research projects.
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Wayne State physics professor earns distinguished NSF CAREER Award
Posted Tue, 5/2/2017
  Professor Chris Kelly received the National Science Foundation CAREER Award. Kelly was awarded $500,000 for his proposal, "The nanoscale dynamics of molecular sorting, membrane curvature, and endocytosis.
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Redistricting debate: Creepy lizard or compact lines?
Posted Tue, 4/18/2017
  Political science professor Kevin Deegan-Krause joins the effort to challenge gerrymandering in Michigan districts.
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