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Program - Dr. Roy Wilson, President, Wayne State University
                      WSU: Current Progress and Accomplishments

September 9, 2016

M. Roy Wilson, M.D., M.S., was unanimously elected President of Wayne State University by the Board of Governors on June 5, 2013. He assumed the presidency on August 1, 2013.


Previously, Dr. Wilson was dean of the School of Medicine and vice president for health sciences at Creighton University, president of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, and, concurrently, chancellor of the University of Colorado Denver and chair of the Board of Directors of University of Colorado Hospital. Immediately prior to joining NIH, Dr. Wilson chaired the Board of Directors of Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science and was acting president during part of that time. Under Dr. Wilson's leadership, the university regained full institutional accreditation and stabilized its finances.


Discussion - Jack Krasula, Host of WJR’s “Anything is Possible”
                            A Most Unique Human Being-Lawrence “Yogi” Berra

Jack Krasula, host of WJR’s “Anything is Possible” will discuss one of baseball’s most lovable and oft-quoted characters-Yogi Berra.


Jack is a world-class baseball fan. In his private museum, he has-without doubt-the finest collection of baseball memorabilia in the country. For example, he has the autographs of all the inductees into the National Baseball Hall of fame and all of the major league players who have hit 500 home runs.   

Jack has attended virtually every induction ceremony into the Baseball Hall of Fame for the last 20 years. During that time he developed a close friendship with Yogi that allows him to give us a keen insight into and portrayal of the life of the beloved Lawrence “Yogi” Berra.                        

September 16, 2016

L. Brooks Patterson, Oakland County Executive
Behind the Scenes of Oakland County
Robert Fastiggi, PhD, Professor of Theology, Sacred Heart Seminary
Determining Death: Contemporary Medical and Ethical Issues
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