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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Link www.forbes.com/sites/metabrown/2017/07/30/dont-blame-tech-industry-turnover-on-millenials-in-the-workforce
 
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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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New overtime pay rules will have 'significant impact' on economy
Posted Wed, 5/18/2016
  The new rules on overtime pay for eligible workers announced yesterday by President Barack Obama will have a major impact on the economy, according to labor expert, Marick Masters.
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Link www.wpr.org/labor-expert-new-overtime-pay-rules-will-have-significant-impact-economy
 
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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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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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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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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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Link www.freep.com/story/opinion/contributors/2015/10/20/liberal-arts-degree-needs-marketing-makeover/74219410/
 
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WSU philosophy chair pens column in response to marriage equality ruling
Posted Mon, 7/6/2015
 
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Why insects aren't on menus in the US and Canada
Posted Thu, 6/4/2015
  Assistant Professor Julie Lesnik was cited in an article on entomophagy - eating insects.
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Philosophy Chair John Corvino comments on social networking site Yik Yak in Detroit News article
Posted Tue, 4/14/2015
 
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Dr. Tamara Bray talks about artifact collections
Posted Mon, 4/6/2015
 
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Crickets as a sustainable protein power - via Detroit News
Posted Thu, 4/2/2015
 
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CLAS's Junior Year in Munich study abroad program receives praise in news article
Posted Wed, 3/25/2015
 
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Your personality could be making you fat - WSU Psych prof Tim Bogg comments in New York Magazine
Posted Thu, 3/19/2015
 
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WSU CLAS professors among Detroit Today panelists examining missing links in Black history
Posted Mon, 2/23/2015
  Detroit Today Host Bankole Thompson was joined by a panel of experts to discuss the relationship between the two narratives and how they function together. Guests include Wayne State University History Professor Kidada Williams, Wayne State Lecturer
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CLAS urban studies professor George Galster mentioned in article on Detroit's gentrification
Posted Tue, 2/17/2015
 
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NSF Professor Tonia Reinhard comments on six foods proven to make you happy
Posted Mon, 2/16/2015
  According to Dietetics Professor Tonia Reinhard, there are six foods proven to make you happy.
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CMLLC's Alina Klin comments in a news story on the art of Easter eggs
Posted Thu, 2/12/2015
 
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English professor M.L. Liebler comments in a news article about romantic cards signed by Mario
Posted Thu, 2/12/2015
 
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Sociology professor Sarah Swider comments on chengguan in news articles
Posted Mon, 2/9/2015
 
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