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Applications now open for 2017 APS Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics
The Wayne State University Physics Department is excited to host the 2017 APS Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP), January 13-15, 2017!Sep 29 2016
Autumn deals from Dell! [PDF]
Special WSU offers starting October 5 at Dell.com/Wayne!Sep 29 2016
National Institute of Mental Health awards WSU $3.2M to research mechanisms of impaired learning and memory in schizophrenia
Sep 29 2016
Wayne State receives $15.7M in NIH funding to address health issues of HIV-positive at-risk youth
Sep 29 2016
In the media: Lear Corporation’s CEO Matt Simoncini guest on Paul W. Smith Show
WJR’s Paul W. Smith hosted a discussion with Matt Simoncini, Lear Corporation CEO and president, and Henry Wallace, Lear non-executive chairman of the board. Smith noted Lear Corporation’s recent philanthropic support of Wayne...Sep 29 2016
In the media: Professor Marick Masters discusses right-to-work law
In another blow to unions, Wisconsin's right-to-work law, formally known as Act 1, was upheld Monday by a federal judge who threw out a lawsuit challenging its constitutionality. Right-to-work laws give employees the opportunity to...Sep 29 2016
Business study abroad fair to be held Oct. 18
Learn more about Mike Ilitch School of Business study abroad programs at the school's study abroad fair on Tuesday, Oct. 18, from 4-6 p.m. in the Prentis Fishbowl. Faculty leaders will be there to discuss trips with interested students....Sep 29 2016
Alumni spotlight: Mark Davidoff
This story was originally published in the Wayne State University Jewish News insert on Sept. 15, 2016. Mark Davidoff’s career has long been defined by equal parts doing well and doing good. From his longstanding tenure with the Jewish...Sep 29 2016
African American Studies to honor the life and legacy of Professor Emeritus Perry Mars
Wayne State University's Department of African American Studies will honor the life of Professor Emeritus Perry Mars during a memorial service on Friday, Oct. 7. Sep 29 2016
Protect yourself against identity theft
Identity theft is a very real threat and it may take years to recover if you ever find yourself a victim of fraud. In fact, it is one of the most common and costly crimes in the country.Sep 28 2016
APPLY NOW! Undergraduate Research and Creative Projects Conference is only accepting applications through September 30th.
Wayne State University Undergraduate Research and Creative Projects Conference Student Center Building Friday November 11, 2016 The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) invites you to present your research or creative project...Sep 28 2016
Wayne Law inducts inaugural class of 13 into alumni wall of fame
DETROIT – Wayne State University Law School honored the 13 inaugural members of the Miller Family Wayne Law Alumni Wall of Fame during an induction ceremony Monday, Sept. 12, at the law school. The wall of fame was unveiled that...Sep 28 2016
Wayne Law celebrates Damon J. Keith scholars, alumni at reception
DETROIT – Wayne State University Law School honored first-year, upper-class and alumni Damon J. Keith scholars at a reception Thursday, Sept. 15. Many of the 41 past and current Keith scholars attended the event in the law school’s Damon J....Sep 28 2016
Wayne State Board of Governors paves the way for on-campus housing transformation with approval of new partnership
Sep 28 2016
Provost Whitfield talks academic quality, opens candid dialogue in first town hall
Wayne State University Provost Keith E. Whitfield has been on the job for only four months, but he already has the campus community’s attention. Whitfield spoke candidly during his first town hall meeting to a packed crowd of more than 150 on...Sep 28 2016
Resuscitator Newsletter, September 2016
Resuscitator Newsletter, September 2016Sep 28 2016
Wayne State awarded $15.7 million NIH grant to address HIV prevention among youth
DETROIT –  A team of researchers led by Wayne State University has been awarded funding as a part of the Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions, a research network devoted to the health and well-being of adolescents...Sep 28 2016
Wayne State awarded $15.7 million NIH grant to address HIV prevention among youth
DETROIT –  A team of researchers led by Wayne State University has been awarded funding as a part of the Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions, a research network devoted to the health and well-being of adolescents...Sep 28 2016
Freshmen show off Warrior Pride at Eastern Market
Bert's Warehouse Theatre in Eastern Market was the place to be as 530 Honors freshmen descended upon the historic Detroit landmark ready to explore its many sights and smells.  Students spent the morning of Saturday, September...Sep 28 2016
Department of Chemistry rated third in nation for percentage of female faculty
Wayne State University’s Department of Chemistry has been rated third in the country for its percentage of female faculty by the Open Chemistry Collaborative in Diversity Equity (OXIDE).Sep 28 2016
Susan Cancelosi named interim associate dean of Wayne Law
DETROIT – Susan Cancelosi, an associate professor of law, has been appointed interim associate dean at Wayne State University Law School. In her new role, Cancelosi, who joined the Wayne Law faculty in 2006, will work with faculty and staff to...Sep 28 2016
$4.8M NIH grant addresses environmental influences on child health
MSU, U-M, Wayne State, Henry Ford Health System and MDHHS collaborate on initiative Dr. Douglas Ruden, Wayne State University EAST LANSING, Mich. — A $4.8 million research grant awarded to Michigan State...Sep 28 2016
$4.8M NIH grant addresses environmental influences on child health
MSU, U-M, Wayne State, Henry Ford Health System and MDHHS collaborate on initiative EAST LANSING, Mich. — A $4.8 million research grant awarded to Michigan State University from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help Michigan’s top...Sep 28 2016
$4.8M NIH grant addresses environmental influences on child health
MSU, U-M, Wayne State, Henry Ford Health System and MDHHS collaborate on initiative EAST LANSING, Mich. — A $4.8 million research grant awarded to Michigan State University from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help...Sep 28 2016
$4.8M NIH grant addresses environmental influences on child health
MSU, U-M, Wayne State, Henry Ford Health System and MDHHS collaborate on initiative EAST LANSING, Mich. — A $4.8 million research grant awarded to Michigan State University from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help...Sep 28 2016
Wayne State Night at Comerica Park a big success
Thanks to everyone who attended Wayne State Night at Comerica Park, the Wayne State University HIGH (Helping Individuals Go Higher) Program will receive $3,590 towards providing students with emergency support. The night was a huge success, and...Sep 28 2016
RSVP now for our Fall Open House
Sep 27 2016
High Five Literacy program applications available
Looking for help in reading and writing for your children? The High Five Literacy Program at Wayne State University has openings in its literacy program open to students in first through eighth grades. The program will provide free tutoring in...Sep 27 2016
RoBUST Fall Symposium, Friday October 7th 2016!
Dear Colleagues, We are very pleased to invite you to the second annual Fall Symposium presented by the Researchers of Biobehavioral Health in Urban Settings Today (RoBUST) at Wayne State University. The RoBUST transdisciplinary initiative has...Sep 27 2016
Theatre and Dance Introduces Payroll Deduct for employees of Wayne State University
Payroll deduct has been made available to employees of Wayne State University toward the purchase of subscriptions and memberships for the Hilberry, Bonstelle, and Studio Theatres. Prices range from $9 per pay period for a 1-person subscription to...Sep 27 2016