• Community service, cultural awareness focus of Alternative Spring Break Detroit (Photo gallery)

    March 19, 2018
    While some students may have kicked back on sandy beaches or destinations far away for their spring break, a group of Wayne State Warriors stuck around the city for Alternative Spring Break Detroit. They worked with some great community partners, including The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, Focus: HOPE, Centro de San Jose, The Children's Center of Wayne County, The Parade Company, and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.   
  • ToDoolie startup to connect students and homeowners

    March 14, 2018
    Three Wayne State students are ready to help homeowners complete their to-do lists — while securing flexible job opportunities and extra income for their peers — via their startup company, ToDoolie. ToDoolie seeks to create a commission-free marketplace where homeowners can hire local students for hourly tasks such as yard work, household maintenance or more skilled tasks like web development.
  • Timmy Global Health WSU expanding outreach to Greece

    March 7, 2018
    Members of Wayne State’s Timmy Global Health organization are expanding their impact with a new collaboration that will provide support and resources to Syrian refugees living in intake camps on the Greek islands of Lesvos and Samos. The organization works to expand access to health care and empower students to take on local and global health challenges.
  • Academic Success Center prepares students to excel

    March 2, 2018
    As exams approach, students are encouraged to make individual appointments at Wayne State’s Academic Success Center (ASC) to brush up on their study skills. The ASC provides year-round support to students looking to improve their study skills and techniques. Free, on-campus appointments are available to all undergraduate students, allowing them to meet one-on-one with a learning specialist who can help them prepare for an exam, overcome test anxiety, study more efficiently, master course material, improve concentration, develop time management strategies, address academic concerns and more. 
  • Community Impact Day is March 8

    February 28, 2018
    A cooking show, an interactive class and a children’s book are three of the creative vehicles the members of the School of Medicine's Class of 2021 will use to represent 51 assigned service-learning projects at the inaugural Community Impact Day.
  • WSUPD offers Active Attackers training program

    February 22, 2018
    Despite the best attempts to stay vigilant, active shooter incidents regrettably occur at public locations with increasing frequency. The Wayne State University Police Department's Emergency Preparedness — Active Attackers training program is an opportunity to learn actions that will help you remain safe in the event of an emergency. WSUPD is offering three upcoming training sessions.
  • HIGH Program's first grad recounts help she received

    February 19, 2018
    Walking across the stage at Commencement was an important event in Khari Dickey’s life. It signalled the completion of a goal that she had worked hard to achieve since childhood. As the first student graduate of the HIGH Program, Dickey received her bachelor’s in 2014 and now supports the program as a volunteer.
  • Join President Wilson for AHA Heart Walk kickoff meeting

    February 15, 2018
    Wayne State is looking for 100 enthusiastic people from across campus to serve as team coaches for the American Heart Association's 25th Annual Metro Detroit Heart and Stroke Walk/Run on Saturday, May 12. As co-chair of this campus event, President M. Roy Wilson invites faculty, staff and students to join him on Monday, Feb. 19, for the Heart Walk kickoff meeting to learn more about getting involved.
  • WSU’s Gift of Life Campus Challenge goes for another win

    February 13, 2018
    Wayne State University is trying for its seventh straight year as the winner of the Gift of Life Michigan Campus Challenge against 13 other colleges and universities. The challenge encourages people to sign up for the Michigan Donor Registry, giving hope to those in need of lifesaving organ or life-healing tissue transplants. WSU has added 4,500 people to the registry over the last six years.
  • Still time to make your voice heard — complete diversity Campus Climate Survey by Feb. 19

    February 9, 2018
    Marquita Chamblee, associate provost for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer, wants everyone on campus to have their voice heard. That is why she encourages every Warrior to complete Wayne State's diversity Campus Climate Survey before Feb. 19. Anyone who completes the survey will be entered into a drawing to win one of several prizes, including bicycles, computers, TVs, headphones, waterproof speakers and up to $200 OneCard dollars.