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 comm sci/African American studies/urban 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.
Q & A with Cameron Porter: Global studies student and future international trifecta
Cameron Porter is a senior studying global studies with a double minor in Spanish and pre-law. She’s currently working at the Detroit Institute of Arts as a visitor experience associate. We caught up with Porter to discuss why she chose Wayne State’s global studies program and her career plans.
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.
Meet Keith Ellison ‘86, Minnesota attorney general
Meet Keith Ellison, a 1986 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences alumnus, Minnesota attorney general and the man in charge of prosecuting the former Minneapolis police officers, who made headlines and reignited racial justice movements across the world, after killing George Floyd in May 2020.
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.
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