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.
Georgene Abbey: A life-changing internship at the U.S. Embassy in Oman
Political science student Georgene Abbey had a life changing internship this past summer that helped shape her career goals. Abbey’s political science as well as her philosophy and peace & conflict studies background gave her the chance to work with people all over the world at the U.S Embassy in Oman. Despite her busy schedule being a senior here at Wayne State, we had the chance to sit down with Abbey to talk about her experience working in the Middle East.
Advisor Spotlight: Meet communication sciences and disorders and African American studies advisor Faith Doyle
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 receives $1.5M from NSF to support student success in engineering technology programs
WSU students to conduct first-ever digital survey of visitors to the North American International Auto Show