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April 25, 1986 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-25

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12 Friday, April 25, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LOCAL NEWS

Probus Winners Named

Woodward and NIttplt•
13irminghant 644-1965

lierchevill, in I he \ 'Wage
Grosse Pointe 884.0701

Our Great Loss Must Be Remembered

27th NISAN - YIZKOR DAY

DESIGNATED BY THE STATE OF ISRAEL

1945 FORTY-ONE YEARS AFTER 1986

Shaarit Haplaytah

of Metropolitan Detroit in cooperation with Holocaust Memorial Center,
Jewish Community Council, Greater Detroit Round Table of Christians
and Jews, the Ecumenical Institute and Jewish Community Center
Invites the entire community to join in a

Dr. Joseph Jacobson

MEMORIAL ACADEMY

Tributes To The Six Million Martyrs

OF THE UNSPEAKABLE NAZI GENOCIDE

SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1986 - 12 NOON
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

6600 West Maple Road - West Bloomfield

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St)t iety

Two Wayne State University
professors have been named the
recipients of the 24th annual
Probus Club Awards for Aca-
demic Achievement.
They are: Dr. Marcia D. Ander-
sen, associate professor of nurs-
ing; and Dr. Joseph L. Jacobson,
associate professor of psychology.
• The awards, granted annually
to WSU faculty in the fields of the
humanities and natural sciences,
offer, $1,000, without restric-
tions, and Probus Club plaques of
recognition. Presentations will be
made at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Furniture Club.
Dr. Andersen is recognized na-
tionally for her research work in
the development of "personalized
nursing" which led to several
studies with drug dependent
women as well as in nursing clin-
ical practice.
The Michigan Department of
Corrections recently awarded Dr.
Andersen a grant of $200,000 to
use the personalized nursing ap-
proach with chemically depen-
dent women inmates in a project
designed to treat • women in
prison and in their homes after
release.
Dr. Andersen was recently
honored with a Career Develop-
ment Chair for 1986-1987 from
Wayne State University. She also
received the Michigan' Public
Health Association's Award in
AFFellgnce, for Community

Health Nursing Practice in 1982,
and has been the recipient of sev-
eral National Institute of Mental
Health Education awards.
Dr. Andersen joined WSU in
1978 and holds B.S., M.S., and
Ph.D. degrees from the Univer-
sity of Michigan. She was the
first person to receive a Ph.D. de-
gree in nursing from U-M.
Dr. Jacobson has won national
attention for his pioneer research
on the effect of environmental
toxins on the social and cognitive
development of infants and
young children. He is recognized
as one of the few leading scholars
in the emerging research field of
human developmental be-
havioral toxicology. Jacobson re-
cently broadened his research to
evaluate the effects of alcohol on
unborn children and will initiate
this major project with Robert
Sokol, chairman of obstetrics and
gynecology at WSU. Funding is
being provided by the National
Insitutue of Alcohol Abuse and
Alcoholism.
Dr. Jacobson was recently
awqrded a fellowship to assist as
group of researchers at 'Hebrew
University to evaluate social and
cognitive development related to
low birth weight.
His early research was sup-
ported by a WSU Faculty Re-
search Award and his projects
have also gained financial assis-
tance from the Enironmental
Protection Agency and the Na-
tional Institute of Environmental
Health Sciences.
A member of the WSU faculty
since 1978, Dr. Jacobson earned a
B.A. degree (magda cum laude)
from Harvard College, a J.D. de:
gree (magna cum laude) from
Harvard Law School, and a Ph.D.
degree from Harvard University.
The Probus Club, which is
granting the awards, is an organ-
ization of Jewish professional
businessmen, established in
1939.

YOUTH

Election, Breakfast
Slated By Teens

Young Israel Teen, National
Conference of Synagogue Youth,
announces they have elected
board members for 1986-1987.
The new officers are: Mark
Chessler, president; Micha
Zwick, vice president of pro- •
gramming; Donny Posner, vice
president of outreach; Gil Steb-
bins, vice president of education;
Ari Schochet, treasurer; and Jodi
Frances, secretary. The new
board will be installed in June.
Young Israel Teens will offer
breakfast in bed on Mother's Day.
For fee, the teens will make
available a "Lox Box" for four
which includes lox, bagles, cream
cheese, milk, and orange juice, all
served by 11 a.m. on Mother's
Day.
55F7-o208.
rinformation or to order,
call YIT adviser Moshe Rose,

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