Sociology program ranked as one of the top in the country
Posted Thu, 3/29/2018
  The Wayne State University Department of Sociology has been ranked as one of the top programs in the country. U.S. News & World Report released its 2019 Best Graduate program rankings and placed Wayne State's sociology program at 87th in the nation.
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Second annual "Just Poetry" event offers different perspectives of incarceration
Posted Fri, 3/16/2018
  The Department of Criminal Justice is hosting its second annual “Just Poetry” event to shed light on the many ways that crime and the criminal justice system affect communities throughout Detroit.
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Global Crossroads winner sees Detroit in 360 degrees
Posted Fri, 2/23/2018
  Connor Tukel had the opportunity to share Detroit with the world — and thanks to the Global Crossroads Scholarship Competition, he succeeded.
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CLAS professor selected as AAAS Leshner Leadership Institute fellow
Posted Wed, 2/14/2018
  Julie Lesnik, assistant professor of anthropology, is one of 15 food and water security researchers across the country selected for the American Association for the Advancement of Science's 2018-19 Alan I.
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Alumni Spotlight – Don Carlson
Posted Wed, 2/14/2018
  Don Carlson, CLAS '65, has a story that will resonate with many Wayne State students and alumni.
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Political science professor granted NEH fellowship
Posted Fri, 1/26/2018
  Assistant Professor of Political Science Ariel Helfer, Ph.D., has been awarded a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship.
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Apply for the 2018 CLAS Undergraduate Research Fair
Posted Tue, 1/23/2018
  Wayne State students, faculty and staff are invited to the 2018 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) Undergraduate Research Fair on Friday, March 9. An award ceremony will follow and monetary prizes will be given to selected students.
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Public health student finds purpose with emergency department research
Posted Fri, 1/19/2018
  Ashleigh Anderson's research has not only won her an award, but it has also given her purpose.
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Biology professor receives grant to study diabetes
Posted Fri, 1/5/2018
  Dr. Marianna Sadagurski has always focused her research on obesity and metabolic diseases, such as diabetes.
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Math student researches global happiness
Posted Tue, 1/2/2018
  Alon Albalak is completing research you would not typically expect from a math student.
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WSU physics research hailed as one of top 100 Science Stories of the Year by Discover Magazine
Posted Thu, 12/28/2017
  The WSU team, led by physics professor Sergei Voloshin, helped reveal that quark-gluon plasma (QGP) - a concoction of protons and neutrons melted to a super hot state - is the least viscous and fastest spinning fluid ever created.
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CLAS student org provides care packages to hospital patients
Posted Fri, 12/22/2017
  Thrive provides learning for students and care for patients.
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Political science alum's nonprofit brings legal services to the homeless
Posted Wed, 12/13/2017
 
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WSU students provide free hearing health care to community
Posted Fri, 12/8/2017
  SAA members teach themselves by helping others.
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WSU students bring peace studies curricula to Hamtramck school
Posted Fri, 12/8/2017
  Gaia Klotz and Christiana Castillo have created a peace program at Dickinson East Elementary School in collaboration with the Hamtramck Odyssey Program for Excellence (HOPE).
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.”
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