Wayne State study examines how neighborhoods affect police stress and behavior
Posted Wed, 11/22/2017
  A team of Wayne State University researchers recently received a grant from the National Institute of Justice to study how particular neighborhoods affect the stress and performance of Detroit Police Department officers.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
What the first Thanksgiving dinner actually looked like
Posted Mon, 11/20/2017
  Most Americans probably don't realize that we have a very limited understanding of the first Thanksgiving, which took place in 1621 in Massachusetts.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Students gain new perspective during Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program
Posted Wed, 11/15/2017
  The group is the first cohort of WSU students to participate in the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program. This international program brings college students together with prison inmates for a semester-long course to explore issues of crime and justice.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Ethnic Layers of Detroit project reveals city's untold stories
Posted Wed, 11/8/2017
  Ethnic Layers of Detroit: a digital humanities project that compiles and archives stories about Detroit landmarks with rich and hidden histories.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Wayne State receives $1.85 million NIH grant to identify novel antibiotic targets
Posted Wed, 10/25/2017
  A research team from Wayne State University has received a $1.85 million grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health for the project “Mechanisms of Non-Shine-Dalgarno Translation Initiation.”
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Academy of scholars inducts new members
Posted Mon, 10/16/2017
  Two CLAS faculty members have joined the WSU Academy of Schaolars
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Notes from field camp: Geology students share their experiences
Posted Fri, 10/13/2017
  In order to complete their bachelor of science, geology students are required to enroll in a field camp course, usually taken during their final semester.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Prof. Ryzewski appointed to State Historic Preservation Board
Posted Wed, 10/11/2017
  Wayne State professor is appointed to the State Historic Preservation Review Board.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Anthropology faculty share their favorite artifacts
Posted Wed, 9/27/2017
  Tom Killion's favorite artifact is from a game of life and death.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
New Wayne State research findings offer hope to fibromyalgia patients
Posted Mon, 9/25/2017
 
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Detroit Biodiversity Network installs bioswale on campus
Posted Mon, 9/25/2017
  The Detroit Biodiversity Network (DBN) — a student org at Wayne State — has taken a step in helping the city go green. Together with community institutions, they have built a bioswale in the parking lot outside of the university's iBio Center.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
STEM Commons provides mentoring and camaraderie to students, faculty
Posted Wed, 8/23/2017
  Wayne State science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students and faculty have a new place to call home on campus.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Physics and astronomy to host special colloquium with astrophysicist Kip Thorne
Posted Tue, 8/22/2017
  The presentation titled, "Geometrodyamics: Exploring the nonlinear dynamics of curved spacetime via computer simulations and gravitational wave observations,” will take place at 3:45 p.m. in the Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Love for astronomy takes alumnus across the country
Posted Mon, 8/21/2017
  Tupper's trip coincided with the highly anticipated solar eclipse, which he will watch from Dubois, Wyoming. He shared his knowledge of astronomy with residents of Dubois and live streamed a presentation through National Geographic.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
The Great American Eclipse of 2017
Posted Thu, 8/10/2017
  On Monday, Aug. 21, observers across the entire contiguous 48 states and much of North America will be treated to a partial solar eclipse. Wayne State University will partner with the Michigan Science Center for this special event.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Anthropology student's project brings artifacts to life
Posted Tue, 8/8/2017
  Beau Kromberg is creating a museum — one you can visit without leaving home. The Wayne State master's student, currently studying anthropology, is creating a virtual museum to showcase the changes in medicine at the turn of the 20th century.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Wayne State receives NSF grant to explore new ways to harvest solar energy
Posted Fri, 8/4/2017
  A Wayne State University researcher has received a $310,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate a new approach to converting plentiful solar energy into electricity or fuel.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Don't blame tech industry turnover on millennials in the workforce
Posted Wed, 8/2/2017
  Wayne State psychology professors recently had their research featured in Forbes, showing that millennials have higher work ethic than what's believed.
  Read More »
Link www.forbes.com/sites/metabrown/2017/07/30/dont-blame-tech-industry-turnover-on-millenials-in-the-workforce
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
Psychology student provides medical care in Ghana this summer
Posted Wed, 8/2/2017
  Pre-occupational therapy and psychology student Michelle Asiedu took the trip of a lifetime this summer — but don't call it a vacation. Asiedu went to Ghana, West Africa, on a Medical Brigades trip with Wayne State.
  Read More »
Link www.flickr.com/photos/waynestateuniversity/albums/72157687004783206
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
History students study hands-on this summer
Posted Mon, 7/31/2017
  Wayne State history students are experiencing the subject far more inclusively than from a textbook this summer. From Detroit to Maryland and from Paris to Bucharest, three students share their amazing research and internship experiences.
  Read More »
 
print this article print    Email A Friend email    Share with Twitter   Share with Facebook   Share with Linked In   Share with Reddit  
 ↑ back to top