Advisor Spotlight: Meet biological sciences/neuroscience advisor Kimberly Hunter
"I love my job and I am proud to be a Warrior," says Biological sciences/neuroscience Advisor Kimberly Hunter. Hunter tells us about what mistakes she made as an undergraduate student and why she loves being an advisor here at Wayne State University.
Advisor Spotlight: Meet chemistry advisor Erin Bachert
Chemistry Advisor Erin Bachert has a B.S. in Information Management through the School of Business. During Bachert’s undergrad, she was a student assistant for the Department of Chemistry. She was then recruited into her current position as an advisor and although thinking it would be a temporary job while completing her master's degree, Bachert realized her love for advising.
Advisor Spotlight: Meet biological sciences advisor Rebecca Russell
Biological sciences advisor Rebecca Russell says she loves getting to know her students and hear about their experiences being a CLAS student at Wayne State University. Russell says that being an advisor and helping students is rewarding because of the student's outcome post-graduation.
Advisor Spotlight: Meet political science advisor Ryan Ferrante
Political Science Academic Advisor Ryan Ferrante graduated from Wayne State University with a B.A. in Secondary Education as well as graduated with an M.A. in Political Science. Ferrante says his favorite part of being an advisor is the relationships he builds with students. “It is always awesome to watch students learn from their experiences and to reach their academic and career goals.”
CLAS Advisor Spotlight: Meet Faith Doyle, advisor for our Communication Sciences and Disorders and African American Studies departments
Advisor Faith Doyle overlooks two departments within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Doyle has a B.A. in Education and says that her major taught her skills that she needed to connect with students and to help guide them through their academic career.
Wayne State Museum of Anthropology Receives Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to Improve Storage and Access of its Detroit Archaeological Collections