Wayne State University PhD Students Hosts DETROIT CHANGE Information Session

DETROIT - April 22, 2014 - PRLog -- Detroit, MI – On May 3rd, author and Wayne State University PhD student, Charles Bell, will be presenting information on the DETROIT CHANGE organization’s effort to construct a positive identity in Detroit. The information session will be held in the Wayne State University General Lectures Building (Room: 100) on Saturday May 3rd from 2:00 – 3:30PM.

DETROIT CHANGE is dedicated to the construction of a positive identity for Detroit, MI. While many local media outlets focus on negative aspects of our city, we believe scholarly achievements should be recognized and upheld as the standard of excellence in Detroit. In order to combat the negativity that continues to manifest in the city, the DETROIT CHANGE organization will actively seek to promote the positive accomplishments of Detroiters and engage in solution-oriented ACTION to solve Detroit’s social problems.

Charles Bell holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in psychology and is currently pursuing his PhD in Sociology with a specialization in racial inequality. He has published several research articles in journals including Endocrine (2007), The School Psychologist (2009), and The Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development (2009).

Wayne State University General Lectures Building is located at 5045 Anthony Wayne Dr. Detroit, MI 48202

For more information, please visit www.detroitchange.org or contact Charles Bell at 313-953-6772.

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