Kurtz served on the board's Scholarship Committee, the Council for Diversity and Inclusion, and provided sound advice and generous support to many initiatives throughout the college over the past six years.
Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences graduate Delaney Mitchell, master of occupational therapy '18, delivered the student address at Wayne State University's Commencement ceremony at the Fox Theatre in Detroit on Dec. 11, 2018.
The Institute of Gerontology at Wayne State University, in partnership with the Institute of Social Research at the University of Michigan and the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University, received a $3.5 million grant renewal from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Aging to extend the Michigan Center for Urban African American Aging Research (MCUAAAR).
Khan was chosen for the honor due to her commitment to providing nutritional support to those afflicted with HIV/AIDS and suffering from catastrophic illness both locally and worldwide, as well as her leadership to the Wayne State FAWN student chapter as immediate past president.
Wayne State has a full day of activities planned to help you prepare for the end of the semester. Fitness classes, chair massages, study sessions, de-stress activities, therapy dogs, snacks, and more – all FREE to students!
Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy Joseph Roche will present "Is Dystrophic Muscle Wasting a Result of Premature Aging?" at the Wayne State University Institute of Gerontology on Tuesday, Dec. 4, from 9:30-10:30 a.m.
More than 120 participating venues, including the Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan Science Center, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and Detroit Historical Museum, will open their doors to the public this Saturday, Dec. 1, for the 46th annual Noel Night.
In celebration of the university’s 150th anniversary, the “Warrior Strong” float will make its debut at the 92nd America’s Thanksgiving Parade presented by Art Van with a national broadcast reaching 185 major cities across the country.
This Wayne State University researcher is translating basic science knowledge into clinical application, with the hopes of developing better treatments for patients suffering from anxiety disorders. Read the extensive profile on the AACP website.
In this week's episode of The Rounds Table podcast, Giuliano and Carrie Hartner cover rivaroxaban in preventing thrombosis in patients with Anti-Phospholipid Syndrome (APS) and in patients with cancer.
A local family of four reached out to the Information Center Inc. in Taylor for assistance. Check out the boards on the first floor across from the elevators in the WSU Applebaum Building and in the Mortuary Science Building to select a wishlist item.
Join the Wayne State University Office of International Programs Thursday, Nov. 15, at noon for a special presentation by Erica Lutes, executive director of Fulbright Belgium and Luxembourg, and Schuman Programs. This brown bag session is appropriate for both faculty and students interested in the Department of State’s signature educational exchange program.
Rosanne DiZazzo-Miller and Christine Johnson are seeking full-time Wayne State graduate students as research participants for their study that examines perceptions and experiences with dogs on campus. Focus groups will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30, Wednesday, Dec. 5, and Wednesday, Dec. 12.
The 15th annual Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences held its 15th annual Research Day on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Following the keynote lecture by epigeneticist Randy Jirtle, awards were presented for student posters in four categories.
Internationally renowned epigenetics expert Randy Jirtle delivered the keynote address at the 15th annual Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Research Day on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Faculty awards were presented to Christine Rabinak and Malcolm Cutchin.
The Women of Science research gathering hosted by Dean Catherine Lysack is a forum for faculty and post-doctoral researchers from across EACPHS to network, exchange ideas, and discuss research and leadership topics. It will be held Friday, Nov. 30.
Students, alumni and the community at large are invited to tour the four-floor Mortuary Science building on Nov. 15. The building is home to advanced teaching and research resources in pathology, anatomy, restorative arts and clinical laboratory science.
A launch event for the Race Card Project – an initiative that aims to hear, experience and collect real discussions about race, culture and identity on campus – will be held from 3-5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 5, in the atrium of the David Adamany Undergraduate Library.