Jul, 25 2014
More than twenty Detroit arts organizations are collaborating to offer nine weeks of summer workshops presenting high-quality instruction in visual arts and poetry for Detroit youth – introducing students to a variety of media and techniques, focusing particularly on poetry, screen printing, and letterpress printing.
Jul, 22 2014
As a student at Wayne State University, Mary Steinbauer ’57 B.A., ’59 M.A. often read LIFE magazine while dreaming of a career in New York City. With perseverance and the guidance of her professors, she made it.
Jul, 18 2014
Tony Holt, is the man in charge of Midtown’s public safety that is now being looked at as a national model for local universities and their police forces that are located in urban environments.
Jul, 17 2014
Nearly 50 grants are available in the 2015-16 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program competition for U.S. academics, professionals and researchers to teach and/or conduct research in Brazil.
Wayne State School of Medicine receives $8.5M gift from Michael and Marian Ilitch to develop innovative surgery technology in Detroit
Jul, 16 2014
Wayne State University has received an $8.5 million gift from Michael and Marian Ilitch for the Department of Surgery at the School of Medicine. The gift will create the Ilitch Chair for Surgical Innovation and establish an unrestricted fund to support research and development in surgical technologies. In recognition of the Ilitches’ generosity, Wayne State University will name the department the Michael and Marian Ilitch Department of Surgery.
Jul, 14 2014
The office of Community Engagement@Wayne at Wayne State University is hosting its annual College Jumpstart program. It's free for all participating students and is designed to expose underrepresented students to higher education and career paths.
Jul, 14 2014
Beginning in winter 2015, Wayne State University’s College of Engineering will offer a nanoengineering undergraduate certificate program that will provide students with in-depth training in the emerging area of nanotechnology.
Jul, 10 2014
Wayne State University has announced that it is one of 14 institutions in the country to receive elite designation as an Innovation & Economic Prosperity University from its peers in the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU).
Jul, 9 2014
Go-Girl stands for Gaining Options, Girls Investigate Real Life. The program starts off as a 10-week course during the winter semester spending Saturdays learning about careers in stem fields.
Jul, 2 2014
The Association of American Medical Colleges has selected the Wayne State University School of Medicine as one of three finalists for the association’s annual Spencer Foreman Award for Outstanding Community Service.
Jun, 27 2014
Wayne State University’s Board of Governors today approved a $582.7 million operating budget for fiscal year 2015, a 1.1 percent increase from last year that includes investment in classroom technology, renovations of the university’s Student Center and additional student financial aid. The budget increase is less than the rate of inflation.
Physician-researcher wins prestigious award for identifying brain inflammation associated with streptococcal infections in children
Jun, 26 2014
Ajay Kumar, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of pediatrics, of neurology and of radiology for the Wayne State University School of Medicine, and a member of the Positron Emission Tomography Center at the Children's Hospital of Michigan, received the Majd-Gilday Young Investigators Award from the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.
Creating friendships between African-American and Caucasian couples can reduce prejudice, Wayne State study finds
Jun, 21 2014
Recent research findings from Wayne State University show that the physical presence of romantic partners in intergroup friendships – friendships with different racial and ethnic groups, religious groups, or sexual orientations – positively influences interactions with people who are perceived to be different from themselves.
Jun, 21 2014
Hosted by the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Task Force of Southfield, awards were presented to individuals in Southeast Michigan who, through their work or volunteer efforts, have made significant contributions to promote justice, equality and diversity.
Jun, 17 2014
With over $2.4 million in new federal funding, Wayne State University researchers, regional collaborators at Henry Ford Health System, the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, and community partners will study how exposures to stressors that are prevalent in the urban industrialized environment — both chemical and non-chemical — impact human health in Detroit and beyond.