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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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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Professor Brad Roth on Panel at the United Nations
Posted Wed, 11/11/2015
 
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Science Magazine features Dr. Krysta Ryzewski
Posted Wed, 11/4/2015
  Extraordinary Science . Extraordinary Women presents a special on Dig Detroit featuring Dr. Ryzewski and students from her lab.
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Philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah presents What is the Point of the Humanities?
Posted Tue, 11/3/2015
  Kwame Anthony Appiah, an internationally renowned philosopher and cultural theorist, and also one of The Ethicists at The New York Times will deliver the 18th Annual Seymour Riklin Memorial Lecture at 4 p.m. on Nov. 13 at Wayne State University. His
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The liberal arts degree needs a marketing makeover
Posted Tue, 10/20/2015
Author Wayne Raskind
  Opportunities have never been greater for students with bachelors' degrees. We in the liberal arts and sciences have sometimes shied away from emphasizing this, perhaps thinking that such “practical” considerations detract from the depth of research.
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Alexey Petrov named American Physical Society fellow
Posted Tue, 10/13/2015
 
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$3 million NSF grant to transform STEM teaching approaches at Wayne State University
Posted Fri, 10/2/2015
  The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a $3 million grant to Wayne State University for an institutional transformation project aimed at reformulating teaching approaches in STEM courses.
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Corbatta honored with lifetime achievement award
Posted Fri, 9/25/2015
 
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Sonal Joshi Wins Top Prize at the Graduate Student Research Day
Posted Sun, 9/20/2015
  Sonal Joshi, a PhD student in the Meller lab, won a top prize for her oral presentation at the Graduate Student Research Day, held at WSU School of Medicine on September 17.
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Wayne State University history students intern at museums across the country
Posted Fri, 9/11/2015
  For students in Wayne State University's Department of History, an education doesn't only come while sitting in a classroom. This summer, several students interned at museums across the country as well as right here in Midtown Detroit.
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U-Haul, WSU Department of Urban Studies and Planning proceed with sustainability study in Detroit
Posted Fri, 8/21/2015
  Researchers from WSU's Department of Urban Studies and Planning will analyze the economic and social impacts that U-Haul corporate sustainability initiatives are having on a Detroit neighborhood.
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Wayne State physics student receives U.S. Department of Energy Research Award
Posted Thu, 8/13/2015
 
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Wayne State geology student heads to North Pole for unique research opportunity
Posted Sat, 8/8/2015
 
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Duo using DMC Foundation grant to test adult stem cell that could cross blood-brain barrier
Posted Wed, 7/15/2015
 
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Wayne State researching effects of tocotrienols from palm oil in end-stage renal disease patients
Posted Mon, 7/13/2015
  A team of researchers led by Pramod Khosla, Ph.D., associate professor of nutrition and food science in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Wayne State University, will study the effects of a daily supplement of a Tocotrienol-rich fraction fr
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Kellogg Foundation Grant to support a Community Food Studies Program at Wayne State University
Posted Wed, 7/8/2015
 
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WSU philosophy chair pens column in response to marriage equality ruling
Posted Mon, 7/6/2015
 
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National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant aims to assure food safety in Detroit's gardens
Posted Wed, 6/24/2015
 
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WSU Fulbright scholar reflects on West African experience
Posted Thu, 6/11/2015
 
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