Students honor 234 lives at Body Bequest Program memorial serviceOn May 17, the chapel at Oakland Hills Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Novi overflowed with Wayne State University students and the loved ones of the men and women who donated their bodies through the Body Bequest Program for education in medicine, mortuary science, pathologists' assistant, nurse anesthesia and more. The students and families gathered in the space to celebrate the lives of 234 people at the 22nd annual memorial service, which is held to pay respects to the donors and includes the internment of their cremated remains.
Join or support the WSU Applebaum Heart Walk teamThe Heart Walk is the American Heart Association’s premier fundraising campaign that welcomes more than 1 million people in over 300 cities across the United States to take a stand against heart diseases and stroke.
Dean’s Diversity Fellowship aims to recruit new doctoral studentsThe fellowship covers three academic years with living allowance, tuition up to 10 graduate credits per term, and subsidized medical, dental and vision care insurance. The final two years of funding must be provided by the department.