Dean Amanda Bryant-Friedrich, who leads the WSU Graduate School, talks about why masters degrees are more important than ever and why it’s imperative that we broaden access to graduate school for greater swaths of Detroit, our state and the nation.
Episode Notes In the latest episode of the Today@Wayne Podcast, host Darrell Dawsey chats with WSU Graduate School Dean Amanda Bryant-Friedrich, Ph.D., as she explains why masters degrees are more important than ever and why government and universities must broaden access to graduate school for more Michiganders.
About Amanda Bryant-Friedrich, Ph.D., is currently dean of the Graduate School and a professor in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
Her research interests center around the study and use of naturally and synthetically modified nucleosides and nucleotides in the determination of disease etiology and drug design and development. She is a fellow of the American Chemical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She also is a leadership fellow of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
Additional Resources Check out Dean Amanda Bryant-Friedrich’s biography
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