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					Submitted by:   David W. Ripple, Vice President
                Development and Alumni Affairs
                President, Wayne State University Foundation

RECENT ALUMNI ACTIVITY

    The alumni association’s monthly electronic newsletter,
    @Wayne State, and the electronic travel newsletter, Green
    and Gold Getaways, were sent to more than 66,000 alumni.
    Advocacy Today was emailed to 2,000 volunteers.

    Recently re-designed, @Wayne State received an Award of
    Excellence from Awards for Publication Excellence (APEX), a
    national marketing and communications competition. The e-
    newsletter was recognized in the Electronic and Web
    Publications category.

    The School of Medicine’s monthly electronic newsletter was
    sent to more than 5,000 alumni, and Pulse was mailed to
    more than 14,000 alumni.

    The Wayne Lawyer magazine was mailed to approximately
    11,000 alumni and friends in late June. The Law School’s
    Raising the Bar e-newsletter was sent to approximately
    7,000 alumni in mid-July.

    The School of Medicine Alumni Association held a reception
    and dinner with Dean Valerie Parisi at The Red Ginger in
    Traverse City on June 17.

    The Law Alumni Association hosted networking events on June
    16 at the 150 Café in Detroit and at the Ottawa Tavern in
    Grand Rapids on June 23.

    The alumni association hosted a family fireworks tailgate
    on June 27 on the top level of parking structure #7.

    The School of Medicine Alumni Association hosted its annual
    fireworks event on June 27.

    The Law Alumni Association held an online board election in
    late June.

    The College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts
    Alumni Association sponsored an alumni art exhibition
    entitled Looking into the Pioneer Building on July 8 at the
    gallery in the Art Department.

BOARD OF GOVERNORS            AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:     David W. Ripple, Vice President
                            Development and Alumni Affairs
                            President, Wayne State University
Foundation


    The alumni association partnered with the Anthony Wayne
    Society to sponsor a children’s performance of Charlotte’s
    Web at the Hilberry Theatre on July 9.

    The alumni association and the University Activities
    Committee co-hosted a pre-game reception at Bookies Bar &
    Grille prior to the Tigers and White Sox baseball game on
    July 15.

    The School of Business Administration Alumni Association’s
    Swing for the Students annual golf event was held on July
    25 at the Detroit Golf Club.

    The School of Medicine Alumni Association held student
    seminars on August 4 and September 21 regarding residency
    application preparation.

    The School of Medicine Legacy Luncheon was held following
    the White Coat Ceremony on August 6.

    The School of Medicine Alumni Association hosted Med Ed
    Prep on August 18.

    The alumni association organized volunteers to assist
    during the residence hall move-in day on August 27.

    The School of Business Administration Alumni Association
    hosted an Alumni Tailgate event on September 10.

    The alumni association hosted a Golden Jubilee Reunion on
    September 14 for the Class of 1961.

    The alumni association hosted a reception on September 14
    honoring donors and recipients of the David Adamany – WSU
    Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship and the Taylor A.
    Lewis, M.D.,and Cleveland Hurst III Endowed Scholarship.

    The Law Alumni Association hosted an alumni reception on
    September 15 at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn during the State
    Bar of Michigan annual meeting.



BOARD OF GOVERNORS           AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:       David W. Ripple, Vice President
                              Development and Alumni Affairs
                              President, Wayne State University
Foundation

    The alumni association held a pancake breakfast at
    Homecoming on September 17.

    Alumni constituent groups holding board meetings on campus
    included Athletics; Business Administration; Education;
    Engineering; Fine, Performing and Communication Arts;
    Honors; Law; Liberal Arts and Sciences; Library and
    Information Science; Medicine; Nursing; Organization of
    Black Alumni; Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Social Work;
    and Women of Wayne.

  Regional Alumni Engagement Activities

    August 18:    Regional engagement event in Downtown Chicago,
    IL
UPCOMING ALUMNI EVENTS

    September 23-24:     Law School/Law Alumni Association Reunion
    Weekend

    September 24:    All Pharmacy Reunion

    September 26:    9th Annual Engineering Alumni Association
    Golf Outing

    October 5: School of Medicine Kick Off Luncheon for Alumni
    Annual Fund (SOMAA)

    October 6: Law Alumni Association Lansing networking event
    (tentative)

    October 8:    Alumni Tailgate (WSUAA)

    October 12:    Regional engagement event in Washington, D.C.

    October 26:    Regional engagement event in Dallas, TX

    October 29:    Alumni Tailgate (WSUAA)

    November 1-5: Regional engagement events in San Diego, Los
    Angeles and San Francisco, CA



BOARD OF GOVERNORS             AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:      David W. Ripple, Vice President
                             Development and Alumni Affairs
                             President, Wayne State University
Foundation


    November 12:     Alumni Tailgate (WSUAA)

    November 17:     Regional engagement event in Atlanta, GA

    November 24:     Thanksgiving parade viewing party (WSUAA)
SPECIAL EVENTS AND SERVICES (SES) - SCHOOL, COLLEGE, AND
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITY
  Development and Alumni Events

    The College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts
    hosted a reception for its alumni exhibition on July 8.
  School/College and University Events

    The University Activities Committee hosted a family
    fireworks event on June 27 at parking structure #2.

    A New Michigan Media Conference on immigration and
    Michigan’s economic future was held at McGregor Memorial
    Conference Center on July 18. The statewide conference
    featured Governor Rick Snyder, who delivered his first
    major speech on this topic.

    The opening of the new WSU Department of Athletics
    multipurpose indoor facility was celebrated with a ribbon-
    cutting ceremony on July 27. The 75,000 square foot
    facility includes four tennis courts and a five-lane sprint
    track, among other amenities.

    President Gilmour provided an update on campus activity and
    progress achieved in preparing for the 2011 – 2012
    academic year at a Town Hall meeting at the Schaver Recital
    Hall in Old Main on August 10.

    A reception honoring Dr. Phyllis Vroom, retiring dean of
    the School of Social Work, was held on August 22 at Alumni
    House, hosted by President Gilmour and Provost Brown.

    A reception honoring Harvey Hollins, who accepted a
    position with the State of Michigan, was held on August 29


BOARD OF GOVERNORS             AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:     David W. Ripple, Vice President
                            Development and Alumni Affairs
                            President, Wayne State University
Foundation

    at Alumni House, hosted by President Gilmour and Provost
    Brown.

    The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences held its annual
    Collegian Awards event at McGregor Memorial Conference
    Center on September 6, celebrating the outstanding
    accomplishments of its alumni. This year’s awardees were
    Dr. Guy Stern, Dr. Karl Gregory, Elena Herrada and Thomas
    Nantais.

    The Law School’s Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights
    held its Fifth Biennial Lecture on September 8 at the
    Community Arts Auditorium, featuring the prominent actor,
    singer and humanitarian, Harry Belafonte. Mr. Belafonte’s
    presentation was titled Where We Are Headed.

    The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ Chicano Boricua
    Studies held its 40th Anniversary Gala, De generacion a
    generacion, on September 10.

    The 2011 employee recognition program and reception was
    held on September 13 at the Community Arts Auditorium and
    McGregor Memorial Conference Center. The event honored
    retiring employees and those who reached milestone service
    years with the university.

    The Board of Governors, President Gilmour, the university
    community and guests celebrated the grand opening of the A.
    Paul Schaap Chemistry Building on September 16.

    Jane Elliott, internationally known teacher, lecturer,
    diversity trainer, and recipient of the National Mental
    Health Association Award for Excellence in Education,
    presented The Anatomy of Prejudice at the Community Arts
    Auditorium on September 21.
UPCOMING SCHOOL, COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY EVENTS SUPPORTED BY SES
     Development and Alumni Affairs Events

    October 1: Alumni Association and Institute of Gerontology
    present A Guide to Successful Aging
     School/College and University Events


BOARD OF GOVERNORS           AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:       David W. Ripple, Vice President
                              Development and Alumni Affairs
                              President, Wayne State University
Foundation

    September 24:    School of Business Administration Women’s
    Conference

    October 12:   Detroit Orientation Institute Three Day
    Program

    October 12: School of Business Administration and College
    of Engineering Alumni Reception at DTE

    October 19:   Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights grand
    opening


MAJOR GIFTS

    The Ida and Benjamin Alpert Foundation contributed $41,000
    to the General Scholarship Fund at the Law School.
    An anonymous donor gave $25,000 to the Motor City Endowed
    Scholarship in the School of Business Administration.

    An anonymous donor gave $100,000 to Wayne State University.

    The Dennis W. Archer Foundation contributed $55,000,
    through the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan,
    for the Dennis W. Archer Foundation Scholarship.

    AVI Foodsystems, Inc. gave $50,000, completing its pledge
    of $250,000 to the Payiavlas/AVI Foodsystems Fund for
    Global Education. The company also contributed $50,000, the
    final payment on its $250,000 pledge to the Global
    Education Discretionary Fund.

    AXA Foundation, Inc. contributed $42,752.08 to the Judge
    Claudia House Morcom Annual Scholarship in the Law School.

    The Howard Baker Foundation gave $80,564.70 and $137,901.20
    for the Howard Baker Fund General Scholarship in the Irvin
    D. Reid Honors College, completing its pledge of
    $1,080,000.

    Biogen Idec Inc. donated $82,440 to the Department of
    Neurology in the School of Medicine.


BOARD OF GOVERNORS             AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:     David W. Ripple, Vice President
                            Development and Alumni Affairs
                            President, Wayne State University
Foundation


    Freeman Bradley contributed $35,000 to the Freeman and
    Pearl Grissom Bradley Endowed General Scholarship at Wayne
    State University.

    The School of Business Administration Alumni Association
    donated $33,000 to the School of Business Administration
    Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship.

    The Carls Foundation gave $350,300, the final payment on
    its pledge of $1,350,300 to Communication Sciences and
    Disorders in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

    Children’s Hospital of Michigan donated $97,801 to HIV
    Prevention Services in the Department of Pediatrics in the
    School of Medicine.

    The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan gave
    $17,702.50 to the Merrill-Palmer Van Dusen Challenge and
    $15,500 to the Dr. Peter and Mrs. Patricia Palmer
    Scholarship for Orthopedic Surgery in the School of
    Medicine.

    The DTE Energy Foundation contributed $25,000 to the Damon
    J. Keith Center for Civil Rights in the Law School.

    Ford Motor Company donated $40,000 for Hao Ying’s research
    in the College of Engineering.

    The estate of Morris Goodman, Ph.D., contributed $352,000
    toward a pledge of $500,000 to the Morris Goodman, Ph.D. ,
    and Selma Goodman Endowed Professorship in the Department
    of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in the School of
    Medicine.

    Health Partners donated a total of $25,000 to the School of
    Medicine and the College of Nursing.

    The Hudson-Webber Foundation gave $150,000 toward a pledge
    of $450,000 to the Detroit Revitalization Fellows Program
    at Wayne State University.


BOARD OF GOVERNORS           AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:     David W. Ripple, Vice President
                            Development and Alumni Affairs
                            President, Wayne State University
Foundation


    The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute contributed a
    total of $200,000 to cancer programs at the School of
    Medicine.

    Karyopharm Therapeutics donated $25,000 to Dr. Milton W.
    White’s research in the School of Medicine.

    George H. Klaetke contributed $150,000 toward a pledge of
    $200,000 to the George H. Klaetke Endowed Scholarship in
    the College of Engineering.

    Dr. and Mrs. Edward L. Klarman gave $20,000 to the Edward
    L. Klarman Endowed Scholarship in the School of Medicine
    and $10,000 to the Law School.

    The Kresge Foundation contributed $200,000, the final
    payment on its $600,000 pledge to the mathematics program
    in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

    Northern Trust Corporation gave a total of $228,132.69 for
    the following programs in the School of Medicine:
    $10,184.90 for the Elizabeth Schotanus Endowed
    Professorship in Pediatric Nursing; $12,233.85 for the
    Ford/Webber Endowed Chair in General Surgery; $13,448.16
    for the Henry L. Brasza Endowed Directorship in the Center
    for Molecular Medicine and Genetics; $16,346 for the
    Munusway Daynasadan Chair in Emergency Medicine; $17,869.51
    for the Adams Endowed Chair in Pediatric Research; $19,
    224.52 for the Fann Srere Endowed Chair in Perinatal
    Medicine; $19,708.19 for the Schotanus Family Endowed Chair
    of Pediatrics; $20,026.40 for the Philippart Endowed Chair
    in Pediatric Surgical Research in Solid Tumors; $20,195.60
    for the Ring Screw Textron Endowed Chair for Pediatric
    Cancer Research; $22,384.73 for the Hamburger Endowed Chair
    of Pediatric and Adolescent Neuropsychiatric Research;
    $23,261.04 for the Ginopolis Endowed Chair for Pediatric
    Cancer and Hematology; $33,249.79 for the Lambert/Webber
    Endowed Chair in Radiation and Oncology.

    The Ovshinsky Foundation gave a total of $30,000 to support
    the Planetarium Endowment Fund, the Mathematics Pipeline


BOARD OF GOVERNORS           AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:     David W. Ripple, Vice President
                            Development and Alumni Affairs
                            President, Wayne State University
Foundation

    Fund and the Confucius Research and Development Fund in the
    College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

    The estate of Dr. Mel J. Ravitz contributed $100,000 to the
    Eleanore and Mel Ravitz Integrity in Public Service
    Endowment in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

    The Roberts Family Foundation gave $50,000 to the Roberts
    Family Annual Scholarship in the Irvin D. Reid Honors
    College.

    The estate of Mathilde A. Rovin donated a total of
    $33,000.76 for the Rovin Endowed Memorial Scholarship and
    Immunology and Microbiology Research in the School of
    Medicine.

    Robert Sachs gave $35,000 for general research and
    development in Gerontology at the Graduate School.

    Dr. and Mrs. A. Paul Schaap contributed a total of
    $400,236.30 toward their pledge of $1 million to the
    Department of Chemistry in the College of Liberal Arts and
    Sciences.

    The Morris and Emma Schaver Foundation donated $15,000, the
    final payment on its $250,000 pledge for the Emma Lazaroff
    Schaver Endowed Fund in Music. The foundation also gave an
    additional $20,000 toward the fund.

    The Robert H. Tannahill Foundation gave $52,500, completing
    its pledge of $210,000 to the Merrill Palmer Skillman
    Institute.

    Teva Neuroscience, Inc. donated $47,087 to the Department
    of Neurology in the School of Medicine.

    The estate of Michael Tolan contributed artwork valued at
    $220,000 to the College of Fine, Performing and
    Communication Arts.




BOARD OF GOVERNORS           AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:     David W. Ripple, Vice President
                            Development and Alumni Affairs
                            President, Wayne State University
Foundation

    The University Physician Group gave $61,203.37 to Pathology
    Research and Development in the School of Medicine.

    William H. Weihofen, Ph.D. donated $16,820 to the
    Planetarium Fund and $50,460 to the Physics and Astronomy
    Scholarship in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

    Kathryn L. Wright contributed $25,000 to Pediatrics in the
    School of Medicine.

    The estate of Joseph Yelda donated $75,000 to support the
    Joseph J. and Mary E. Yelda Endowed Merit Scholarship in
    the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

    The estate of Leonard L. Zudick gave $76,773.01 to Wayne
    State University, completing a pledge of $165,647.63; and
    $76,773.02 to the College of Fine, Performing and
    Communication Arts, completing a pledge of $165,647.63.
PLEDGES AND PLANNED GIFTS

    Dr. Ahmed and Sherin Abdelsalam have pledged $25,000 to the
    School of Medicine for retinal research at the Kresge Eye
    Institute.

    James A. Anderson has pledged $1,000,000 to the College of
    Engineering.

    Fred and Nancy Delcomyn have created a $40,000 planned gift
    to equally support the Department of Biological Sciences in
    the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and men’s and
    women’s cross country in the Department of Athletics.

    The DeRoy Testamentary Foundation has pledged $32,000 to
    the Helen L. DeRoy Scholarship in the Irvin D. Reid Honors
    College.

    David B. and Deena M. Fishman have created a $100,000
    planned gift to support the Gary W. Abrams, M.D., Endowed
    Chair in Ophthalmology in the School of Medicine.




BOARD OF GOVERNORS           AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:     David W. Ripple, Vice President
                            Development and Alumni Affairs
                            President, Wayne State University
Foundation

    Dr. Alan Frank has established two $25,000 charitable gift
    annuities through the California Community Foundation to
    create an endowed scholarship in the School of Medicine.

    Gertrude B. Gregory, M.D., has confirmed a $50,000 planned
    gift to the School of Medicine.

    Fay B. Herman has created a $35,000 planned gift to support
    Hilberry fellowships in the College of Fine, Performing and
    Communication Arts.

    The Hudson-Webber Foundation has pledged $450,000 to Wayne
    State University.

    Kathy J. Humphrey has pledged $25,000 for faculty support
    in the Law School.

    John B. Hunter III and Dr. Harold D. Kooden have arranged
    for a $500,000 planned gift to support equally the John B.
    Hunter, Jr. and Louis H. Hunter Endowed Scholarship in Art
    and Art History and the Doris K. Owens Endowed Faculty
    Research Fund in the College of Fine, Performing and
    Communication Arts.

    Bert J. Korhonen, M.D. has created a $100,000 planned gift
    for the School of Medicine Alumni Association Endowed
    Scholarship Fund.

    Norman N. Komar, M.D. has pledged $25,000 to the Komar
    Family Endowed Scholarship in the School of Medicine.

    Bert J. Korhonen, M.D. has designated a $100,000 planned
    gift for scholarships in the School of Medicine.

    Earl D. MacDonald has pledged $25,000 to the E. David
    MacDonald Endowed Scholarship in the School of Business
    Administration.

    Dr. H. Michael and Eleanor Marsh have created a $100,000
    planned gift to support the School of Medicine.




BOARD OF GOVERNORS           AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:     David W. Ripple, Vice President
                            Development and Alumni Affairs
                            President, Wayne State University
Foundation

    Dr. Phyllis D. Meadows has pledged $25,000 to the College
    of Nursing.

    The Honorable Claudia House Morcom has pledged $50,000 to
    the Law School.

    The Dr. Melvin J. Ravitz Trust has confirmed $100,000 to
    support the Eleanore and Mel Ravitz Integrity in Public
    Service Endowment in the College of Liberal Arts and
    Sciences.

    The Roberts Family Foundation has pledged $250,000 for the
    Roberts Family Annual Scholarship in the Irvin D. Reid
    Honors College.

    Linea L. Rydstedt, M.D., has created a $510,000 planned
    gift for the Department of Endocrinology in the School of
    Medicine.

    Robert Sachs has pledged $105,000 for Gerontology Research
    and Development in the Graduate School.

    The A. Paul and Carol C. Schaap Foundation has pledged
    $25,000 to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

    Maryjean Schenk, M.D., M.P.H, M.S., and David L. Fry have
    created a $300,000 planned gift to support the Robert R.
    Frank, M.D. Endowed Scholarship in the School of Medicine.

    Stanley J. Shamro has pledged $300,000 to the University
    Libraries.

    Peter Sugar has pledged $50,000 to the Damon J. Keith
    Center for Civil Rights in the Law School.

    Charles L. Visconti has confirmed a $66,000 planned gift to
    create the Charles L. and Phylis V. Caloia Endowed
    Scholarship in the College of Fine, Performing and
    Communication Arts.




BOARD OF GOVERNORS           AGENDA            September 21, 2011
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Submitted by:     David W. Ripple, Vice President
                            Development and Alumni Affairs
                            President, Wayne State University
Foundation

    The estate of Dr. Leonard L. Zudick has designated
    $35,361.11 to support the Leonard L. and Mary B. Zudick
    Scholarship in the College of Fine, Performing and
    Communication Arts, and $35,361.11 to Wayne State
    University.




BOARD OF GOVERNORS           AGENDA            September 21, 2011
Development and Alumni Affairs Donation Report                                                 For the month of: May 2011

                                                   This Year                                                      Last Year                                                              Difference
                                         Month                           YTD                           Month                           YTD                                Month                                   YTD
                                 # of   # of     Total          # of     # of    Total        # of   # of      Total          # of   # of     Total         # of # of       Total          %     # of # of         Total         %
                                Donors Trans     Gifts         Donors   Trans    Gifts       Donors Trans      Gifts         Donors Trans     Gifts        Donors Trans     Gifts        Change Donors Trans       Gifts       Change
Alumni Assn.                       61      63       2,866         387     417      30,477       155    162        9,303         467    525        41,518      -94   -99       -6,438     -69.20%     -80   -108      -11,041    -26.59%

Athletics                         106     123      12,160         495     775     285,196        76    88        17,696         445    668       214,811      30     35       -5,536     -31.29%     50    107        70,385    32.77%

Business Admin.                    86     100      27,625         931    1174     671,387        93    107       55,840         955   1215       447,364       -7    -7      -28,214     -50.53%     -24    -41     224,024     50.08%

Education                         159     172      24,479        1282    1543     621,589       203    229       35,129        1241   1636       299,788      -44   -57      -10,650     -30.32%     41     -93     321,801    107.34%

Engineering                        72      81      18,654         627     838    1,327,727       44    57        46,712         684    856       802,571      28     24      -28,058     -60.07%     -57    -18     525,156     65.43%

FPCA                              182     203      78,690        1270    1776     899,844       164    191      233,510        1290   1741       756,211      18     12     -154,820     -66.30%     -20    35      143,632     18.99%

General Scholarship                 0      0              0        1        1         250         0     0               0        2       2        50,025       0      0              0     0.00%      -1     -1      -49,775    -99.50%

Honors                             19      20      82,573         162     186     227,572        18    26         9,986         159    250       283,584       1     -6       72,587 726.87%          3     -64      -56,012    -19.75%

Institute of Gerontology            2      2        8,900          78      99     249,851        10    10        10,176         116    138       208,900       -8    -8       -1,276     -12.54%     -38    -39       40,952    19.60%

Law School                         60      67      25,934         761     942    1,110,191       63    70        93,388         574    757     1,393,979       -3    -3      -67,455     -72.23%    187    185      -283,787    -20.36%

Liberal Arts & Sciences           191     250     790,612        1802    2473    5,236,046      221    251       70,313        1792   2410     1,166,624      -30    -1      720,298 1024.41%        10     63     4,069,422   348.82%

Medicine                          145     194     301,628        2075    3091    8,470,789      208    270      450,397        2179   3470    10,018,882      -63   -76     -148,769     -33.03%    -104   -379   -1,548,092    -15.45%

Merrill Palmer Skillman Inst.       7      7             635      137     145     233,056         4     4              160      122    131       190,952       3      3             475 296.88%      15     14        42,104    22.05%

Nursing                            48      51      33,490         489     573     427,532        69    73       139,169         521    620       337,100      -21   -22     -105,680     -75.94%     -32    -47       90,432    26.83%

Pharmacy & Health Sciences         40      47      18,926         434     541     163,991        52    60        22,280         435    596       435,213      -12   -13       -3,354     -15.05%      -1    -55     -271,221    -62.32%

President                          10      14       2,394          50     112     439,005         5     8              89        63    158       328,340       5      6        2,305 2585.01%        -13    -46     110,665     33.70%

Social Work                        34      41       6,321         375     512     160,849        59    67        15,502         375    536       410,158      -25   -26       -9,181     -59.22%      0     -24     -249,309    -60.78%

University Initiatives/Other      138     155     167,913         737    1020    2,456,435      163    174      113,164         839   1143     1,260,969      -25   -19       54,749      48.38%    -102   -123    1,195,465    94.81%

University Libraries               18      21            909      207     259     114,934        30    38         2,761         253    398        50,891      -12   -17       -1,852     -67.07%     -46   -139       64,043   125.84%

University Press                   15      21      12,611          78     152      84,753        20    22         3,566          56     86        28,961       -5    -1        9,046 253.67%         22     66        55,792   192.65%

WDET/DRIS                        1471    1525      47,568        9802   17420    1,249,874      908    944       34,051        8717   14441    1,091,944     563    581       13,517      39.70%    1085   2979     157,930     14.46%


Sub Total                        2864    3157    1,664,888      22180   34049   24,461,348     2565   2851     1,363,193      21285   31777   19,818,784     299    306      301,695      22.13%    895    2272    4,642,564    23.43%


FMRE                                1      2     1,090,454         1       20    9,034,699       1      5      1,773,356         1      33     9,092,183       0     -3     -682,902      -38.51%     0     -13      -57,484     -0.63%

Sub Total with FMRE               2865   3159    2,755,342      22181   34069   33,496,047     2566   2856     3,136,549      21286   31810   28,910,966     299    303     -381,207      -12.15%   895    2259    4,585,081    15.86%


PACE                                0      0              0        0        0            0       0      0                0       0       0             0       0      0              0     0.00%      0      0             0     0.00%

Grand Total                       2865   3159    2,755,342      22181   34069   33,496,047     2566   2856     3,136,549      21286   31810   28,910,966     299    303     -381,207      -12.15%   895    2259    4,585,081    15.86%




June 13, 2011                                                                                                                                                                                                              Page 1 of 1
Development and Alumni Affairs Donation Report                                               For the month of: June 2011

                                                   This Year                                                    Last Year                                                             Difference
                                         Month                         YTD                           Month                         YTD                                 Month                                  YTD
                                 # of   # of     Total        # of     # of    Total        # of   # of      Total        # of   # of     Total         # of # of        Total          %     # of # of        Total         %
                                Donors Trans     Gifts       Donors   Trans    Gifts       Donors Trans      Gifts       Donors Trans     Gifts        Donors Trans      Gifts        Change Donors Trans      Gifts       Change
Alumni Assn.                       98     101       3,564       476     518      34,041       148    153        7,244       607    678        48,762      -50    -52         -3,680   -50.80%   -131   -160      -14,721    -30.19%

Athletics                         139     168      17,457       601     943     302,653        70    89        10,792       495    757       225,603      69     79          6,664     61.75%   106    186        77,050    34.15%

Business Admin.                    61      75      32,623       957    1249     704,011        69    79         6,399       996   1294       453,763       -8     -4        26,224 409.80%       -39    -45     250,248     55.15%

Education                         111     122       7,818      1343    1664     629,407       136    144        8,071      1329   1780       307,858      -25    -22          -253     -3.13%    14    -116     321,548    104.45%

Engineering                        73      88     465,636       664     926    1,793,363       72    85        86,839       727    941       889,410       1      3        378,797 436.21%       -63    -15     903,953    101.64%

FPCA                               97     115     345,688      1337    1891    1,245,531      138    163       57,008      1389   1904       813,220      -41    -48       288,679 506.38%       -52    -13     432,311     53.16%

General Scholarship                 0      0             0       1        1         250         0     0              0       2       2        50,025       0      0              0      0.00%     -1     -1      -49,775    -99.50%

Honors                             12      13      11,969       171     199     239,542        42    51        32,753       193    301       316,337      -30    -38       -20,783    -63.46%    -22   -102      -76,795    -24.28%

Institute of Gerontology            5      6       15,847        79     105     265,698         7     7         8,750       119    145       217,649       -2     -1         7,097     81.12%    -40    -40       48,049    22.08%

Law School                         56      62      32,553       797    1004    1,142,744       68    74        10,398       623    831     1,404,377      -12    -12        22,155 213.07%      174    173      -261,632    -18.63%

Liberal Arts & Sciences           174     215     772,848      1899    2688    6,008,894      188    215      329,343      1906   2625     1,495,967      -14     0        443,505 134.66%        -7    63     4,512,927   301.67%

Medicine                          291     344     733,755      2263    3436    9,204,551      159    233     1,083,599     2264   3703    11,102,480     132    111       -349,844    -32.29%     -1   -267   -1,897,929    -17.09%

Merrill Palmer Skillman Inst.       5      5       21,888       142     151     258,943         9     9         3,365       128    140       194,317       -4     -4        18,522 550.41%       14     11        64,626    33.26%

Nursing                            42      45      18,065       508     618     445,597        89    99        13,163       578    719       350,263      -47    -54         4,902     37.24%    -70   -101       95,334    27.22%

Pharmacy & Health Sciences         37      41      17,893       459     582     181,884        53    59        14,313       471    655       449,526      -16    -18         3,579     25.01%    -12    -73     -267,642    -59.54%

President                          15      20      77,364        57     131     515,069         6    10         8,097        65    168       336,437       9     10         69,267 855.44%        -8    -37     178,633     53.10%

Social Work                        87      95      14,815       440     607     175,665        76    85        20,290       424    621       430,449      11     10          -5,475   -26.98%    16     -14     -254,784    -59.19%

University Initiatives/Other      118     138     217,724       832    1158    2,674,159      195    210     1,850,354     1012   1353     3,111,323      -77    -72     -1,632,630   -88.23%   -180   -195     -437,165    -14.05%

University Libraries               17      19       2,268       210     278     117,203        18    25         3,372       262    423        54,264       -1     -6         -1,104   -32.74%    -52   -145       62,939   115.99%

University Press                   23      29       7,211        95     181      91,964        29    31         9,821        82    117        38,781       -6     -2         -2,610   -26.57%    13     64        53,183   137.13%

WDET/DRIS                        1607    1683      92,968     10176   19103    1,344,122     1665   1721       76,771      9490   16162    1,168,715      -58    -38        16,197     21.10%   686    2941     175,407     15.01%


Sub Total                        3068    3384    2,909,955    23507   37433   27,375,290     3237   3542     3,640,743    23162   35319   23,459,527     -169   -158      -730,788    -20.07%   345    2114    3,915,764    16.69%


FMRE                                1      3     1,635,294       1       23   10,669,993       1      2        987,055       1      35    10,079,238       0      1        648,239     65.67%     0     -12      590,755     5.86%

Sub Total with FMRE               3069   3387    4,545,249    23508   37456   38,045,283     3238   3544     4,627,798    23163   35354   33,538,764     -169   -157       -82,549     -1.78%   345    2102    4,506,519    13.44%


PACE                                0      0             0       0        0            0       0      0              0       0       0             0       0      0              0      0.00%     0      0             0     0.00%

Grand Total                       3069   3387    4,545,249    23508   37456   38,045,283     3238   3544     4,627,798    23163   35354   33,538,764     -169   -157       -82,549     -1.78%   345    2102    4,506,519    13.44%




July 11, 2011                                                                                                                                                                                                          Page 1 of 1
Development and Alumni Affairs Donation Report                                                 For the month of: July 2011

                                                   This Year                                                      Last Year                                                              Difference
                                         Month                           YTD                           Month                         YTD                                 Month                                    YTD
                                 # of   # of     Total          # of     # of    Total        # of   # of      Total        # of   # of     Total         # of # of        Total           %     # of # of         Total         %
                                Donors Trans     Gifts         Donors   Trans    Gifts       Donors Trans      Gifts       Donors Trans     Gifts        Donors Trans      Gifts         Change Donors Trans       Gifts       Change
Alumni Assn.                      122     125       9,188         586     643      43,229        43    45        29,779       644    723        78,541      79     80        -20,591     -69.15%     -58    -80      -35,312    -44.96%

Athletics                          45      58       8,217         627    1001     310,869       102    123       17,201       568    880       242,804      -57    -65         -8,984    -52.23%     59     121       68,065    28.03%

Business Admin.                    48      64      13,255         983    1313     717,266        73    89        17,580      1041   1383       471,343      -25    -25         -4,325    -24.60%     -58    -70     245,923     52.17%

Education                          73      88       4,366        1388    1752     633,873       111    121       36,890      1384   1901       344,749      -38    -33       -32,525     -88.17%      4    -149     289,124     83.87%

Engineering                        38      47      20,046         682     974    1,818,410       56    75       181,882       753   1016     1,071,292      -18    -28      -161,835     -88.98%     -71    -42     747,118     69.74%

FPCA                               61      73      29,578        1373    1964    1,275,109       74    98      1,402,004     1421   2001     2,215,124      -13    -25     -1,372,426    -97.89%     -48    -37     -940,015    -42.44%

General Scholarship                 0      0              0        1        1         250         0     0              0       2       2        50,025       0      0               0      0.00%      -1     -1      -49,775    -99.50%

Honors                             12      14      17,333         179     213     256,875        33    42        12,598       217    343       328,934      -21    -28         4,736      37.59%     -38   -130      -72,059    -21.91%

Institute of Gerontology           12      12      42,200          85     117     307,898        13    13        59,021       126    158       276,670       -1     -1       -16,821     -28.50%     -41    -41       31,228    11.29%

Law School                         67      72     137,571         843    1076    1,280,315       97    103      355,488       690    934     1,759,865      -30    -31      -217,917     -61.30%    153     142     -479,549    -27.25%

Liberal Arts & Sciences           117     152     133,133        1963    2836    6,142,026      122    147      258,503      1974   2772     1,754,469       -5     5       -125,370     -48.50%     -11    64     4,387,557   250.08%

Medicine                          143     205    1,086,548       2325    3637   10,291,700      228    308     1,355,344     2408   4011    12,457,824      -85   -103      -268,796     -19.83%     -83   -374   -2,166,125    -17.39%

Merrill Palmer Skillman Inst.       2      2       52,700         143     153     311,643         6     6        69,645       131    146       263,962       -4     -4       -16,945     -24.33%     12      7        47,681    18.06%

Nursing                            20      22      19,522         522     640     465,119        64    68        19,920       614    787       370,183      -44    -46          -398      -2.00%     -92   -147       94,936    25.65%

Pharmacy & Health Sciences         37      43       4,942         488     625     186,826        47    51        13,524       495    706       463,050      -10     -8         -8,582    -63.46%      -7    -81     -276,224    -59.65%

President                           6      10            163       58     140     515,133         7    11       142,720        68    179       479,157       -1     -1      -142,556     -99.89%     -10    -39       35,976     7.51%

Social Work                        25      29       1,445         458     636     177,110        32    40         3,128       440    661       433,577       -7    -11         -1,683    -53.81%     18     -25     -256,467    -59.15%

University Initiatives/Other       85     100     137,169         893    1255    2,805,728       96    106        7,034      1090   1459     3,118,357      -11     -6       130,135 1850.13%       -197   -204     -312,629    -10.03%

University Libraries               21      23       5,298         223     301     122,501        29    37         2,464       279    460        56,728       -8    -14         2,834 114.99%         -56   -159       65,773   115.94%

University Press                   29      36       2,156         115     217      94,120        14    17         1,822        92    134        40,603      15     19              335    18.37%     23     83        53,517   131.81%

WDET/DRIS                        1915    2001      72,509       10606   21104    1,416,631     1370   1410      152,481      9961   17573    1,321,296     545    591        -79,973     -52.45%    645    3531       95,335     7.22%


Sub Total                        2878    3176    1,797,340      24541   40598   29,172,630     2617   2910     4,139,027    24398   38229   27,598,554     261    266      -2,341,687    -56.58%    143    2369    1,574,076     5.70%


FMRE                                1      2     1,086,454         1       25   11,756,447       1      2        799,251       1      37    10,878,489       0      0        287,202      35.93%      0     -12      877,957     8.07%

Sub Total with FMRE               2879   3178    2,883,793      24542   40623   40,929,077     2618   2912     4,938,279    24399   38266   38,477,043     261    266     -2,054,485      -41.60%   143    2357    2,452,034     6.37%


PACE                                0      0              0        0        0            0       0      0              0       0       0             0       0      0               0      0.00%      0      0             0     0.00%

Grand Total                       2879   3178    2,883,793      24542   40623   40,929,077     2618   2912     4,938,279    24399   38266   38,477,043     261    266     -2,054,485      -41.60%   143    2357    2,452,034     6.37%




August 15, 2011                                                                                                                                                                                                            Page 1 of 1
Wayne State University Capital Campaign Report
From 1/1/2009 To                7/31/2011

                                                                Current Gifts                                          Future Gifts
                                            Cash              GIK        External                       O/S Pledge      O/S Pledge      Total         Total Givings
                       Unit                Donations        Donations    Grants            Total         Balances      Expectancies    Deferred
                                               (1)             (2)             (3)        (1+2+3)           (4)             (5)         (4+5)        (1+2+3+4+5)
Alumni Assn.                                   $211,437              $531            $0     $211,968        $30,645         $20,000       $50,645             $262,613
Athletics                                      $763,518         $8,013               $0     $771,532       $401,377       $1,000,000    $1,401,377           $2,172,908
Business Admin.                                $942,423               $57     $111,315     $1,053,796       $85,205        $165,000      $250,205            $1,304,001
Education                                     $1,108,722               $0     $142,455     $1,251,177       $77,888        $337,455      $415,342            $1,666,520
Engineering                                   $2,012,856      $471,190        $730,861     $3,214,907     $2,164,654       $282,333     $2,446,987           $5,661,894
FPCA                                          $3,407,480      $648,920               $0    $4,056,400      $262,675       $7,473,182    $7,735,857          $11,792,258
General Scholarship                                  $275              $0            $0         $275              $0              $0            $0                 $275
Honors                                         $399,274                $0      $23,675      $422,950       $349,985         $78,000      $427,985             $850,935
Institute of Gerontology                       $519,175        $16,269        $181,244      $716,689       $120,000         $25,000      $145,000             $861,689
Law School                                    $2,212,978               $0            $0    $2,212,978     $1,268,940        $50,000     $1,318,940           $3,531,918
Liberal Arts & Sciences                       $6,838,342      $183,979       $1,173,877    $8,196,197     $2,918,801      $1,977,250    $4,896,051          $13,092,248
Medicine                                     $14,066,915      $127,606      $12,530,875   $26,725,396     $3,032,632      $5,334,465    $8,367,097          $35,092,493
Merrill Palmer Skillman Inst.                  $439,341              $580      $60,650      $500,571       $105,045               $0     $105,045             $605,616
Nursing                                        $972,884        $16,000        $213,043     $1,201,927       $73,608       $1,130,762    $1,204,370           $2,406,297
Pharmacy & Health Sciences                     $474,377       $144,238         $49,500      $668,115        $27,931       $1,004,907    $1,032,838           $1,700,953
President                                      $652,942                $0            $0     $652,942          $1,736              $0        $1,736            $654,678
Social Work                                    $589,106                $0     $354,606      $943,712        $41,418        $237,500      $278,918            $1,222,630
University Initiatives/Other                  $2,773,968      $891,925       $4,259,830    $7,925,723     $2,204,471      $1,260,000    $3,464,471          $11,390,194
University Libraries                           $300,665        $10,004               $0     $310,669        $34,726        $550,000      $584,726             $895,395
University Press                               $176,866                $0            $0     $176,866          $4,641       $225,913      $230,554             $407,420
WDET/DRIS                                     $2,746,431             $453     $669,995     $3,416,879       $20,234               $0      $20,234            $3,437,113

Sub Total                                    $41,609,977     $2,519,765     $20,501,927   $64,631,669    $13,226,609     $21,151,767   $34,378,377          $99,010,046
FMRE                                                   $0              $0   $32,452,774   $32,452,774             $0              $0            $0          $32,452,774

Total                                        $41,609,977     $2,519,765     $52,954,702   $97,084,444    $13,226,609     $21,151,767   $34,378,377         $131,462,820


** Total Current Gifts amount does not include pledge payments to Wayne First Pledges




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