2016 CLAS Teaching Awards presented to eight faculty members
Posted Tue, 3/15/2016
  Eight College of Liberal Arts and Sciences professors and lecturers have been recognized for extraordinary achievements in teaching.
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Communication Sciences and Disorders professor hosts Reddit AMA on stuttering
Posted Fri, 3/11/2016
 
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WSU students and faculty share their favorite Shakespeare quotes, works and moments
Posted Fri, 3/4/2016
 
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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Wayne M. Raskind to lead Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar
Posted Thu, 2/25/2016
  Wayne M. Raskind, dean of Wayne State's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, will lead the next Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar. Raskind's talk, titled Problems in Number Theory that are Simple in Principle, but Hard in Practice, takes place at 2
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Applications now open for RISE Undergraduate Research Scholarship
Posted Wed, 2/24/2016
  The RISE (Research, Internship, Scholarship and Engagement) Scholarship funds undergraduate students enrolled in a CLAS major to conduct original research.
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Department of African American Studies celebrates 45th anniversary
Posted Tue, 2/23/2016
  Black Studies has a long and storied history at Wayne State University that spans 45 years.
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Political science alum reflects on time spent at WSU
Posted Tue, 2/16/2016
  David Ready, CLAS '06, Ph.D., feels "ready" to take on the world, thanks to his education at Wayne State University.
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CLAS researchers discover new source of mutations in cancer
Posted Tue, 2/9/2016
 
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Dr. Jeffrey Kentor to serve as chair of Wayne State University's Department of Sociology
Posted Thu, 2/4/2016
 
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Alumnus uses chemistry degree to build knowledge and companies
Posted Tue, 2/2/2016
  Denis Callewaert '73 Ph.D., is a self-professed serial entrepreneur. With a commitment to new knowledge, he has conducted innovative research in biochemistry and translated it into practical health care applications and five biotechnology companies.
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Wayne State chemistry professor earns NSF CAREER Award to examine unusual chemical structures
Posted Fri, 1/29/2016
  Wayne State University's Jennifer Stockdill, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a $650,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award.
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Shakespeare's First Folio' to be exhibited at the DIA, Wayne State
Posted Mon, 1/18/2016
  The Detroit Institute of Arts and Wayne State University have been ed to exhibit the treasure known as, The First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare, March 7 to April 3.
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Detroit Positive: Rethinking education in an urban setting
Posted Tue, 1/12/2016
 
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Secrets in 2,000-year-old scorched scrolls of Herculaneum to be revealed with new tech
Posted Mon, 1/4/2016
  An enormous wealth of knowledge locked within hundreds of ancient papyrus scrolls scorched by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, may now be revealed thanks to new technology which may enable the texts to be read.
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Link www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/secrets-2000-year-old-scorched-scrolls-herculaneum-020175#ixzz3wI1ToqRZ
 
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Brender Wins Confucius Institute Excellence Award
Posted Fri, 12/18/2015
 
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Lesnik wins Leakey Foundation grant to study role of termites in the diets of early humans
Posted Wed, 12/16/2015
  Julie Lesnik, a Wayne State University anthropology professor and noted entomophagist, has been awarded a $20,000 Leakey Foundation grant to study how ancestral humans may have incorporated termites into their diets.
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Wayne State University to offer its first undergraduate course in public health
Posted Thu, 12/10/2015
 
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The Bond of Friendship
Posted Wed, 12/2/2015
 
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DUSP professor comments on driverless cars
Posted Sat, 11/21/2015
  DUSP professor, Rayman Mohamed, recently penned a commentary in the Detroit Free Press on the disruptions likely from driverless cars.
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Link www.freep.com/story/opinion/contributors/2015/11/07/driverless-cars-wayne-state-professor/75333094/
 
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Department of Economics launches first course in venture capital
Posted Wed, 11/18/2015
  Wayne State University's Department of Economics is launching a dynamic new course in venture capital investing the first course of its kind in the university's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
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