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  1. 2017 Ballast Management Compliance Summit Registration and Payment Page

    2017 Ballast Management Compliance Summit Registration and Payment Page


    Registration, Sponsors, and Exhibitors

    Choose the most appropriate registration fee and following that please consider sponsoring an activity at the conference, having an exhibit table, sponsoring the refreshments, providing conference items with your logo on them, such as pens, notebooks, conference bags, name tage holders, water bottles, etc.  To see a list of sponsorship levels and their privileges, please go to http://sun.science.wayne.edu/~jram/BMCSummitRegistration.html 


    For more information, please visit the Summit website: http://sun.science.wayne.edu/~jram/BMCSummit.html.


    For those needing bus transportation from the IAGLR ballast management symposium on the morning of May 19th, please check off the "bus option." Bus transportation, if needed, will leave from near Cobo Hall (more information will be provided by email) departing for Toledo at 12:15 pm and will include a box lunch.

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  2. Wayne Day 2016

    Wayne Day 2016


    The Wayne State University Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine



    Tuesday, December 6, 2016
    7:30AM – 4:00PM

    Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
    Detroit, MI 48243


    Pre-registration is recommended. Fees are nonrefundable. Participant substitutions are accepted.

    Registration Fees:

    • $125 Physicians
    • $ 50 Fellows, Midwives, Nurses, and Residents

    Fees include continental breakfast, lunch, and CME credits

    All pre-registrations will be confirmed via email by November 29, 2016.

    ONSITE REGISTRATION FEE: $150 - checks only payable to Wayne State University—OB/GYN


    For additional information please contact Alaina Bruce-Jackson, MBA, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Office: 313-993-4027 or by email: abruce@med.wayne.edu

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    The purpose of the African American Graduation Celebration is to provide an African-centered ceremony to recognize the accomplishments of the graduates, and the support received from family and friends. The African American Graduation Celebration provides a forum where excellence among students can be celebrated and achievements acknowledged.  It is not an alternative graduation, but rather a celebration of success. We strongly encourage your participation in the University Commencement to be held May 9 and 10, 2017 at Fox Theatre- please visit www.commencement.wayne.edu for more information.

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  4. Labor Studies Center - 50th Anniversary of the Labor School

    Labor Studies Center - 50th Anniversary of the Labor School


    Join the Wayne State University Labor Studies Center as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Labor School.
    Labor education has a long history at Wayne State University. The Labor School was established in 1966 and emerged as one of the premier labor educational institutions in the country.

    Please join us as we celebrate this milestone by recognizing the exceptional achievements of our Alumni and our commitment to labor education. 

    Friday, September 30, 2016

    Greektown Casino Hotel
    555 E. Lafayette
    Detroit, MI 48226

    • 5:30 p.m. Cocktail and Hors d'oeuvres Reception
    • 7:00 p.m. Dinner and Awards Program

    $75 per person - Cash Bar

    A limited block of hotel rooms is reserved for September 30, 2016 at Greektown Casino Hotel at $139 under group code: WSU Labor. Please reserve your room by August 19, 2016. Call Greektown Hotel to reserve your room today at (877) 424-5554.

    If paying by check, payment must be received by September 1, 2016.

    For more information contact the Labor Studies Center at (313) 577-2191.

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  5. 2017 PRSSA Alumni and Student Recognition Breakfast

    2017 PRSSA Alumni and Student Recognition Breakfast


    Wayne State University's James S. Measell chapter of
    Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
    and the Department of Communication 
    present the

    14th Annual PR Alumni and Student Recognition Breakfast

    Kelly Rossman-McKinney, APR, Fellow PRSA
    Chief Executive Officer and Principal
    Truscott Rossman

    Tuesday, April 18, 2017
    8:00 to 10:00 a.m.
    Student Center Ballroom, 2nd floor of the Student Center

    Our bountiful breakfast will begin at 8:30 a.m. followed by a brief program.

    Please RSVP and purchase tickets at $30 per person by April 5, 2017
    online at https://commerce.wayne.edu/events/departmental/2017-prssa.html 
    or by calling 313-577-0300.

    Event supporters have the opportunity to sponsor students at 
    $30.00 per each.

    Sponsoring a student commits you or a representative(s) from your
    organization to attend the breakfast and share a table with 
    your sponsoree. You or your organization will be formally recognized 
    in the printed program.

    View the campus map and directions to the Student Center: 

    All attendees of this event may self park in Structure #5 using the 
    entrance off Kirby facing Anthony Wayne Drive. WSU faculty, staff and 
    students may use their WSU OneCard to park in Structure #5. All other 
    guests may use a debit or credit card to pay $7.50 for parking at the 
    Guest Entrance of the Structure. 

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  6. An Evening of Celebration 2017

    An Evening of Celebration 2017


    The Wayne State University Board of Governors, President M. Roy Wilson and Mrs. Jacqueline R. Wilson
    cordially invite you and a guest to

    An Evening of Celebration

    Join us at the Student Center Ballroom as we celebrate the generostiy of the Anthony B. Wayne Society
    and the pivitol moments you make possible at Wayne State.

    Saturday, April 22, 2017
    Reception: 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
    Dinner & Program: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.

    RSVP by April 14, 2017 at https://commerce.wayne.edu/events/departmental/eveningofcelebration17.html
    or by calling 313-577-0300

    Complimentary valet - Business attire

    Green and Gold Patron opportunities are available when making you reservation.

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  7. Midwest Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (MSEPS) 2017

    Midwest Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (MSEPS) 2017


    MSEPS 2017 is a student focused conference where Kinesiology students interested in sport and exercise psychology are able to discuss and present research with other students and professionals from across the Midwest.

    February 17 - 18, 2017

    McGregor Memorial Conference Center - map/directions.

    • Early registration up to February 13, 2017 at midnight - $42.50 per person.

    • Late registration from February 14 through the end of the conference on February 18, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. - $52.50 per person.

    • Fees include: Registration, Dinner on Friday evening at Granite City Brewery, Continental Breakfast, Lunch on Saturday, processing fees for online registration.

    • No refunds after February 13, 2017 at midnight.
    For more information about this event, please contact Brigid Byrd at 313-577-4249 or MSEPS2017@gmail.com.
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  8. How Labor Arbitration Works: The Case of the Contaminated Kitchen (DVD)

    How Labor Arbitration Works: The Case of the Contaminated Kitchen (DVD)


    It’s our pleasure to present How Labor Arbitration Works: The Case of the Contaminated Kitchen. This presentation is based on a real case.

    The arbitrator, played by George Roumell, conducted the actual hearing and decided the case. We have attempted to give you an informative moving picture of how labor arbitration works, from being to end, starting with a reenactment of the workplace incident that led to the filing of an employee grievance. The video will provide you with information on how to prepare for arbitration and how to conduct arbitration. Advocates of arbitration on the employer and employee side will learn how to coach their witnesses and how to present opening and closing statements.

    How labor arbitration works: The Case of the Contaminated Kitchen is a product of the Fraser center’s project on People@Work, a digital learning network on workplace issues.

    On behalf of Wayne State University and the Doug Fraser center for workplace issues, we thank you for visiting

    Order a DVD for $59.95.

    Click here to see a promo video of the DVD before purchasing: https://youtu.be/PkiheBH7mIQ

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  9. 38th annual North American Labor History Conference

    38th annual North American Labor History Conference


    38th Annual North American Labor History Conference

    October 20-22, 2016

    Wayne State University McGregor Memorial Conference Center

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    The BEST Program (Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training) at Wayne State University will host a two-day bootcamp for doctoral trainees and postdoctoral scientists on the skills they will need to make a successful transition to careers in business and industry. This intensive, hands-on bootcamp is being conducted by SciPhD (http://sciphd.com/), a professional development services firm that has conducted seminars and workshops for a range of postsecondary institutions nationwide, including 10 other NIH-BEST awardees, with great success.

    The bootcamp will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, May 22 and Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at the Margherio Family Conference Center (located
     in the Richard J. Mazurek M.D, Medical Education Commons) 320 E. Canfield, Detroit, MI 48201.
    To view the map and directions visit:  http://maps.wayne.edu/view/#medical-education-commons

     The cost to attend is $35 per person and includes breakfast and lunch on both days. The fee is nonrefundable. 

     Parking will be available in Lot 75, located across the street from Scott Hall at 545 E. Canfield:  http://maps.wayne.edu/view/#lot-75. The cost is $7.50,
     credit card only.
     Current WSU students may use their OneCard.

    Business casual attired required.


    Business card competition - bring your's to win prizes!

     Please register for this event by Friday, May 5, 2017.  Advance registration is required, and no walk-ins will be permitted. If you register for this event and later find you cannot attend, please notify the BEST office asap so your place can be taken by someone else.

    For additional information, please contact Dr. Heidi Kenaga, BEST Program Manager, at BEST@wayne.edu.


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