Traumatic brain injury victims who feel close to a “higher power” have better emotional and physical rehabilitation outcomes, according to a new study from recent Wayne State University graduate Brigid Waldron-Perrine and her mentor, Wayne State psychology professor Lisa J. Rapport.
Wayne State University President Allan Gilmour says the board will take up the issue of a tuition hike when it meets on Wednesday.
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The Michigan Area Health Education Center — a program established to recruit, train and retain a diverse health care workforce in the state — has received a $750,000 grant from the Kresge Foundation in support of its efforts.
The Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index dipped slightly from 71.8 to 67.9 in April — but the economists at Wayne State University who track the index point out that 67.9 still represents strong economic growth.
Wayne State students, faculty, staff and all persons who live, work, or play in the city of Detroit are invited to take advantage of a special opportunity to get rid of their old and unwanted electronic items — their e-waste — in a responsible manner.
Henry Ford Health System and Wayne State University have reached a new affiliation agreement designed to enhance clinical training of audiology students and better prepare them to provide high quality hearing and balance care in Southeast Michigan.
New Wayne State University research shows older adults are being swindled at an alarming rate— one in ten Detroit residents over age 65 reports being scammed.
Beginning this fall, Wayne State University undergraduate engineering students have the opportunity to study ventures engineering thanks to the approval by the WSU Board of Governors of a certificate in engineering entrepreneurship. The new program […]
It’s “taps” for Wayne State University this week. It’s the 3rd annual Motor City Tap Fest at Old Main, Thursday through Sunday.