News releases from December 2009
Henry Ford, Wayne State to expand doctor training
The Henry Ford Health System and the Wayne State University School of Medicine are moving ahead with plans to expand doctor training programs and build a research facility to house joint ventures, l..
State shouldn\'t over-regulate stem cell research
An editorial urging that Michigan legislators refrain from attempts to place certain limits on stem cell research mentions that Wayne State, Michigan State and the University of Michigan have formed..
TechTown and Free Loan Society offer $300,000 in lons for local Jewish entrepreneurs
The Hebrew Free Loan Society of Metropolitan Detroit has pledged a pool of $300,000 to help fund Jewish entrepreneurs committed to remaining in Southeast Michigan. Officials at Techtown, the Wayne S..
Wayne State technology to advance uterine cancer diagnosis
Wayne State University this week announced it had licensed intellectual property covering biomarkers of ovarian cancer to Arrayit Corp. The agreement allows Arrayit to have exclusive worldwide right..
Former WSU Engineering Dean Ralph Kummler dies
Ralph Kummler, dean emeritus of Wayne State University's College of Engineering, passed away Monday morning of a heart attack at the age of 69. Dean Kummler had been with the university since 1970. ..
Wayne State University running back Joique Bell wins national award as top Division II football player in the nation
Joique Bell, a Wayne State University senior from Benton Harbor, Mich., was named the 2009 Harlon Hill Trophy winner, a coveted award recognizing the top football player in the NCAA Division II. Spo..
Honors for Dingell, Gettelfinger
This brief mentions that Wayne State will award honorary doctoral degrees to Congressman John Dingell and UAW President Ron Gettelfinger during a Dec. 12 commencement ceremony. A photo of WSU's 2008..
Fab Four: JOIQUE BELL JR., Football Star
A feature story highlights the football career of Wayne State Warrior Joique Bell. The senior running back has capped his playing days at WSU with a school-record 2,065 yards as a freshman, followed..
Wayne State undergraduate enrollment at 12-year high
Wayne State's undergraduate enrollment is higher than it\'s been in the past 12 years, according to Rob Kohrman, budget director for the university. Administrators told the WSU Board of Governors We..
Channel 7's Don Shane talked with Joique Bell, who is one of three national finalists for the Harlon Hill Trophy
Wayne State's star running back Joique Bell talked with Channel 7's Don Shane during the station's Sports Update segment. Bell, who is one of three national finalists for the Harlon Hill Trophy, emb..
Stem cell commercialization center in Detroit aims to create jobs
A new stem cell commercialization center is set to open in Detroit\'s TechTown incubator as early as July and is seeking federal grants to bring new high-tech jobs to the city. The center received $..