WSU Applebaum Kappa Psi chapter honored in Phoenix at national Grand Council Convention

Student pharmacists Daniyal Nasir (left) and Evan Johnson (right) with newly elected Grand Counselor Joe Nardolillo.

On July 17-22, members of WSU Applebaum's Mu Omicron Pi chapter of Kappa Psi joined brothers from across the country in Phoenix to celebrate the past and present while planning for the future at the fraternity's 60th Grand Council Convention.

The event included nearly 500 brothers and guests from across the U.S., Canada and the Bahamas. In addition to conducting the business of the fraternity, Wayne State’s Mu Omicron Pi chapter was awarded the new Kappa Psi Chapter Leadership Award, which honors hard work and initiative.

“To be presented with this award is an honor for our Past President Noah Trotter and our entire chapter, and we as an organization will strive to keep working together as a unit to maintain our status,” said incoming Chapter President Evan Johnson, who traveled to Phoenix with brother Daniyal Nasir. “Being able to attend a convention was an honor and provided us an opportunity to witness our fraternity's involvement on a national level. We were able to meet and network with brothers from across the country and in a wide variety of fields within pharmacy. Knowing that Kappa Psi will always support us in our journey through pharmacy is a wonderful feeling.”


The Doctor of Pharmacy program at Wayne State University is a four-year curriculum in the heart of Detroit. Approximately 100 students are enrolled in each year of the program. WSU Applebaum information meetings for prospective students take place at 6 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month. The application process for the Doctor of Pharmacy program begins each July.

An anchor in urban health care

The Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is built on more than 100 years of tradition and innovation in the heart of Detroit. We have grown deep roots in our city, harnessing its powerhouse hospital systems and community service organizations as vibrant, real-world training grounds for students, with an ongoing focus on social justice in health care. And our research at all levels – from undergraduates to veteran faculty members – translates into creative solutions for healthier communities.

Wayne State University is a premier urban research institution offering approximately 350 academic programs through 13 schools and colleges to more than 25,000 students.

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