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  • Top 10 reasons to take a spring/summer class

    March 22, 2017
    From longer days and shorter terms to Wayne State's Spring/Summer Tuition Break, there are plenty of reasons to spend your summer on campus. 
  • Celebrate your fellow Warriors at the inaugural Spirit of Community Awards Ceremony

    March 16, 2017
    Wayne State encourages all students, faculty and staff to participate in meaningful, sustainable and mutually beneficial relationships with our community. To celebrate these relationships, those who exemplify the spirit of WSU's commitment to community engagement will be honored at the inaugural Spirit of Community Awards on March 23. 
  • Big Data and Business Analytics Symposium to connect students, industry leaders

    March 8, 2017
    The 2017 Big Data & Business Analytics Symposium will be held March 23 and 24 at the Student Center Building. This symposium focuses on pragmatic issues faced while deploying big data strategies to drive business success. Big data combines information from multiple sources to discover patterns of interest, allowing a business to grow and improve efficiency. Students are invited to learn from and connect with individuals from more than 100 companies in fields ranging from automotive to health care. There will be numerous networking opportunities with industry leaders and executives, as well as a startup company showcase. 
  • Higher Learning Commission to visit Wayne State March 6,7

    March 3, 2017
    As part of their ongoing accreditation evaluation, the Higher Learning Commission will visit campus March 6 and 7. During their visit, the HLC Peer Review Team will explore the quality of Wayne State’s programs and support systems and their effectiveness in relation to the university’s mission and current strategic plan. Faculty, staff and students can help by knowing the university’s mission: to create and advance knowledge, prepare a diverse student body to thrive, and positively impact local and global communities.
  • WSU librarians just a text away with innovative new service

    February 28, 2017
    Students seeking library assistance used to be bound to the hours of the library, but now the services and resources of the Wayne State Libraries are available whenever and wherever users have a need. Wayne State University Libraries has launched a 24/7 chat service, allowing librarians to virtually help users with questions, assignments and projects any time, day or night.
  • Third annual Baroudeur set for August 2017, registration now open

    February 23, 2017
    Roll into campus this summer for the 2017 Baroudeur! Students are invited to participate or volunteer for WSU’s third annual urban cycling event, which will be held on Saturday, Aug. 19. Registration is now open, and participants can choose between three courses – 20, 62 or 100 miles – based on their individual experience and fitness levels. Proceeds directly benefit scholarships and the university’s HIGH program.
  • WSU Cricket Club raising funds to compete at the American College Cricket National Championship

    February 22, 2017
    The Wayne State Cricket Club is currently raising funds to compete in the American College Cricket National Championship in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, from March 15 through19. WSU’s club is the only team from Michigan to qualify for the competition, and is seeking support via WarriorFunder to help cover travel, registration, equipment and lodging expenses.
  • Fill out your FAFSA with the help of WSU's financial aid experts

    February 16, 2017
    Filling out the FAFSA is key to receiving financial aid such as scholarships and grants, but the online form can be daunting. Join WSU's financial aid experts during a series of free FAFSA Fridays events, where they'll assist you with completing the form. Be sure to bring your 2015 tax return information and W2s — along with your parents' 2015 tax return information and W2s if you're a dependent student. 
  • Research Warriors connects students, faculty with research interests

    February 14, 2017
    Many undergraduate students are interested in research opportunities but not sure where or how to start. Research Warriors, a new student organization on campus, hopes to help all WSU students kick-start their research experience.The group offers students writing workshops, social events and the opportunity to connect with faculty mentors through networking events and lab tours.
  • Biomedical startup EnBiologics puts trio of students on entrepreneurial fast track

    February 9, 2017
    Biomedical engineering graduate students Sean Carroll, Ramy Habib and Gregory Apers didn’t envision an entrepreneurial career path for themselves when they met through a clinical engineering internship at Beaumont Hospital. However, most engineers are fundamentally problem solvers, and what began with an observation in an intensive care unit has blossomed into a startup called EnBiologics.