News releases from June 2000

  • Mad Anthony Wayne forced evacuation of British
    June 28, 2000
    Wayne State University will fly a 15-star flag July 11 remembering the first U.S. flag flown over Detroit and Michigan in 1796 by Gen. Anthony Wayne. The Michigan Legislature adopted a resolution designating each July 11 as Anthony Wayne Day, co..
  • Part-time social work program offered at WSU's Wayne County center
    June 28, 2000
    A degree option designed for students with full-time jobs or family responsibilities is being offered by Wayne State University's School of Social Work at the university's Wayne County Extension Center in Detroit. The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)..
  • Reducing arsenic in water supply will reduce disease, death, WSU doctor says
    June 22, 2000
    As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency unveils a proposal to lower levels of arsenic in the nation’s water supplies, a Wayne State University School of Medicine doctor is calling on physicians to test their patients for elevated levels..
  • WSU alumni art exhibition opens July 7
    June 21, 2000
    Wayne State University presents an exhibition by art alumni from Friday, July 7, to Friday, Aug. 11, in the Community Arts Gallery. The "Alumni Exhibition: Lori Christmastree, Lise Melhorn-Boe and Azucena Nava-Moreno" opens with a 4 - 7 ..
  • Wayne State has experts to comment on Organization of American States issues
    June 8, 2000
    Looking for experts able to comment on issues affecting countries in the Organization of American States, whose representatives are meeting in Windsor? Here are some topics, based on the proposed thrust and agenda of the meetings that can be addres..
  • New vice president named for Student Development and Campus Life
    June 8, 2000
    Charles Brown has been appointed vice president for the Division of Student Development and Campus Life at Wayne State University. Most recently Brown served as the senior associate vice president for student affairs at the University of Alabama. ..
  • New publishing award honors former Wayne State president
    June 7, 2000
    Former WSU President Thomas Bonner's $50,000 endowment gift to the WSU Academy of Scholars will support a new cash prize for books on the liberal arts. In announcing the award, Academy President Melvin Small said the first Thomas N. Bonner Award ..