Wayne State University is a public research university in Detroit, Michigan. It is the third largest university in Michigan. Founded in 1868, WSU consists of 13 schools and colleges offering nearly 350 programs to nearly 27,000 graduate and undergraduate students. Wayne State University, along with the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, comprise the University Research Corridor of Michigan; the WSU main campus comprises 203 acres linking more than 100 research buildings. The Wayne State Warriors compete in the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference; the first component of the modern Wayne State University was established in 1868 as the Detroit College of Medicine. In 1885, the Detroit College of Medicine merged with its competitor, the Michigan College of Medicine and they consolidated buildings. In 1913 the school was restructured as the Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, passing under that name into the control of the Detroit Board of Education.
These institutions are incarnated today as the Wayne State University School of Medicine. In 1881, the Detroit Normal Training School for Teachers was established by the Detroit Board of Education. In 1920, after several re-locations to larger quarters, the school became the Detroit Teachers College; the Board of Education voted in 1924 to make the college a part of the new College of the City of Detroit. This became the Wayne State University College of Education. In 1917, the Detroit Board of Education founded the Detroit Junior College and would make Detroit Central High School's Old Main Hall its campus. Detroit's College of Pharmacy and the Detroit Teachers College were added to the campus in 1924, were organized into the College of the City of Detroit; the original junior college became the College of Liberal Arts. The first bachelor's degrees were awarded in 1925; the College of Liberal Arts of the College of the City of Detroit is today the Wayne State University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Recognizing the need for a good public law school, a group of lawyers, including Allan Campbell, the school's founding dean, established Detroit City Law School in 1927 as part of the College of the City of Detroit. Structured as a part-time, evening program, the school's first class graduated with the bachelor of laws degree in 1928 and achieved full American Bar Association in 1939; the school is known today as Wayne State University Law School. In 1933, the Detroit Board of Education voted to unify the colleges. In January 1934, that institution was named Wayne University, taking its name from Wayne County in which the University and the City of Detroit reside, as well as Major General Anthony Wayne. Continuing to grow, Wayne University added its School of Social Work in 1935, the School of Business Administration in 1946. Wayne University was renamed Wayne State University in 1956 and the institution became a constitutionally mandated university by a popularly adopted amendment to the Michigan Constitution in 1959.
The Wayne State University Board of Governors created the Institute of Gerontology in 1965 in response to a State of Michigan mandate. The primary mission in that era was to engage in research and service in the field of aging. Wayne State University grew again in 1973 with the addition of the College of Lifelong Learning. In 1985, the School of Fine and the Performing Arts, the College of Urban and Metropolitan Affairs grew the university further. In the early 21st-century, WSU constructed several new buildings, including the Integrative Biosciences Center, a 207,000-square-foot facility for interdisciplinary work in the biosciences. More than 500 researchers and principal investigators work out of the building, which opened in 2016. On June 5, 2013, the Board of Governors unanimously elected M. Roy Wilson as Wayne State's 12th president, he was sworn in on August 1, 2013. In 2015, WSU bestowed its first posthumous honorary doctorate degree on Viola Liuzzo. In 2015, the School of Business administration was renamed the Mike Ilitch School of Business.
The name was changed in recognition of a $40 million grant from Marian Ilitch. This gift was used towards building a new business school facility in Detroit, which opened in late August 2018; the new Mike Ilitch School of Business building is located on Woodward in the'District Detroit' development. Wayne State's academic offerings are divided among 13 schools and colleges: the Mike Ilitch School of Business. Fall 2019 enrollment for the university consisted of 26,844 students. Wayne State University is Michigan's only urban research university and is classified as a research university with the highest research activity by the Carnegie Foundation. Under the Michigan Constitution, the boards of governors of WSU are elected by the citizens of Michigan statewide. Wayne State University, Michigan State University, the University of Michigan are the three institutional members of the State of Michigan's University Research Corridor. Wayne State offers more than 350 undergraduate, post-graduate and certificate programs in 13 schools and colleges.
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Nguyễn Phương Khánh is a Vietnamese model and international beauty pageant titleholder, crowned Miss Earth 2018. She is the first Vietnamese woman to win the Miss Earth title, one of the Big Four international beauty pageants – the most coveted beauty titles when it comes to international pageant competitions. Phương Khánh was raised in Bến Tre Province, in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam, her parents divorced and her mother, Nguyễn Thi Phuong was a secondary school teacher in Thạnh Phú District in Bến Tre Province. She has two brothers and one of, a prominent make-up artist in Vietnam, Hy Nguyễn, she is a marketing student in a branch campus of Australia's Curtin University. She is expected to graduate in early 2019 and plans to take Master of Business Administration on the same university, she is fluent in Vietnamese and English. Phương Khánh was only 15 years old when she first watched Miss Earth when Vietnam hosted the 2010 pageant in Nha Trang and instantaneously, it became her dream to represent her nation in the pageant.
Her elder brother, Hy, was Miss Vietnam Lưu Thị Diễm Hương's makeup artist during the pageant. Her brother guided in her pursuit to become a beauty queen. In April 2018, Phương Khánh placed 2nd runner-up at Miss Sea Vietnam Global pageant, earning cash prize worth VND 200 million. In August 2018, Phương Khánh joined the Leading Stars Project, a casting event organized by the Vietnamese franchise holder to select Miss Earth Vietnam 2018 and representatives to other beauty pageants and modelling events. Miss Earth 2015 Angelia Ong is one of the judges in the event, she was announced as Miss Earth Vietnam 2018 at a date after getting approval from Ministry of Culture and Tourism. She represented Vietnam at Miss Earth 2018 pageant held on November 3, 2018 at Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines. At the end of the event, she won the title and was crowned by her predecessor, Miss Earth 2017 Karen Ibasco from the Philippines. During the competition, she won sponsor awards; as well as gold medals for National Costume competition and Evening Gown competition and a silver medal for Swimsuit competition.
In the final question and answer round, the top four contestants were asked the same question: "Being a millennial, what do you think is the most pressing issue of your generation?" She answered:Good evening, everyone. My answer is our ignoring. We have so many technologies, we just use social media and only care about ourselves. We should spend our time to feel with what's happening with the Earth right now. One small action multiplied by a million people can transform the world, her achievement marked Vietnam's first win at one of the famed Big Four international beauty pageants. Phương Khánh returned to Vietnam a week after winning the Miss Earth 2018 pageant with a grand welcome by her family and supporters at the Tan Son Nhat International Airport on November 11, 2018, she was presented at a press conference held at the White Palace Convention Center in Ho Chi Minh City on November 12, 2018. She visited her former school and presented gifts to disadvantaged people in her hometown in Bến Tre Province on November 16, 2018.
A welcome and gratitude party in Ho Chi Minh City was held on December 11, 2018 to celebrate her feat in Miss Earth, attended by Miss Earth 2017 Karen Ibasco and Miss Earth Air 2016 Michelle Gómez from Colombia. She became the cover of Harper's Bazaar women's fashion magazine in its December 2018 Vietnam edition and was featured with an interview about her life and success in the Miss Earth pageant. In January 2019, she received the Inspirational Journey Award in the annual WeChoice Awards in Vietnam for her achievement in Miss Earth pageant and contributions to the community from various garbage collection campaigns in the river and campaigns to change living habits to have a great significance in protecting the environment. Phương Khánh led a Trash Challenge on March 22, 2019, by cleaning the garbage below Saigon Bridge crossing the Saigon River, with Korean singer Han Sara and Vietnamese pop group Uni5, she was designated as the Ambassador of the Earth Hour 2019 in March 2019 to promote the event and to implement several environmental protection activities.
As ambassador, Phuong Khanh urged everyone to voluntarily turn off unnecessary lights and equipment for an hour, contributing to spreading the message "Save Energy, Save Earth - Energy saving, Earth protection". On March 24, 2019, Phương Khánh attended the launching of Vietnam Olympic Run as an annual sports activity organized by the Vietnam's Ministry of Culture and Tourism to promote sports campaign and celebrate the 73 years of success in the sports industry, she was a guest in the'Elegant Student Vietnam' competition finals organized by the Ho Chi Minh City Film and Television University on March 28, 2019. She celebrated her birthday on April 5, 2019 by participating in a blood donation campaign organized by the National Institute of Haematology and Blood Transfusions in Vietnam to ease the blood supply shortage in hospitals throughout country. Phương Khánh launched a project through the Southern Customs Office Department in Vietnam on April 10, 2019 and awarded 20 scholarships worth 1 million VND to 20 students with financial difficulties, awarded a youth project of a sterile drinking water supply system for Nhon Chau High School and 2 sterilized drinking water machines for Thon Tay Kindergarten, tree planting activities and marine environment cleaning in Nhon Chau island in Quy Nhơn, Bình Định Province.
Phuong Khanh was appointed by Tru