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Andrew Feig, Ph.D., WSU Dept. of Chemistry, receives Lifetime Service Award from RNA Society
BEST Program awards six mini-grants for career and professional development initiatives
Winter 2017 Water@Wayne Seminar schedule announced!
New article in Change Magazine describes Graduate School data collection and analysis on career outcomes for Ph.D. alumni
reBUILDetroit and BEST featured in BioMatters
ReBUILD Detroit featured in Wayne State alumni magazine
Congratulations to alumna Sowjanya Gollapinni, Ph.D. on new positions
Physics Ph.D. students awarded research grants for work at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
A recent study led by Ambika Mathur, Ph.D., dean of Wayne State University’s Graduate School, and Deepak Kamat, M.D., Ph.D., professor of pediatrics in WSU’s School of Medicine, found that music helps ease sedation effects in children undergoing MRIs.
Wayne State Med-Direct Program Featured in Detroit Free Press
Annual Postdoctoral Research Symposium
The BEST Program announces its Fall 2016 Orientation and five panel discussions on nonacademic careers for doctoral students
Wayne State Receives NEH Grant to Transform Graduate Education in Humanities
Office of Scientific Training, Workforce Development and Diversity
FAN OF MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE NOVELS, DEAN MATHUR PUBLISHES ONE OF HER OWN
BEST Program Achieving Successful Outcomes as It Completes Second Year
Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium Award Recipients
Midwest Association of Graduate Schools 3-Minute Thesis Competition
Dr. Paula Chambers, founder of Versatile PhD and a nationally renowned speaker on nonacademic careers for doctoral students, will conduct a workshop at WSU, March 3, 2016
Graduate school launches dashboards showing data on department doctoral programs and career outcomes for doctoral alumni from WSU from 1999-2014.
Wayne State to Give 10 Students a Free Medical Degree
WSU Graduate Student Wins Top Poster Prize
Dean Ambika Mathur co-authors article on the origins of the Graduate School's BEST grant in top biology journal
Graduate School Workforce Development Initiative Benefits Wayne County Employee
Dean Mathur talks BEST in recent edition of Nature