Wayne State Insiders were at the School of Social Work with Dean Cheryl Waites and Provost Keith Whitfield to tour the school’s new building on Woodward
JIGSAW allowed students to hear real-life experiences for people who identify with LGBT identities in their identity panel
BAMN Protest for civil rights activist Justin Cheong stops traffic on Warren and Cass Avenue on Oct. 13.
As a part of Wayne State's Coming Out Week, dedicated to the LGBTQ community, JIGSAW will host an identity panel.
Michigan Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters, along with New Jersey Sen. Cory booker, stopped by WSU again for one final voter registration campaign.
Hillary Clinton campaigned in front of nearly 4,000 people at Wayne State.
Knowledge on Tap's topic for this discussion was revitalizing neighborhoods and maintaining communities.
Wayne State’s newly appointed provost, Keith Whitfield, held a town hall meeting for faculty, staff and students on Sept. 27.
Wayne State’s Department of Political Science and the Political Science Students Association, in conjunction with Wayne Law, hosted “Making Sense of the Fall Campaign” in the Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium on Sept. 27.
In a press call with TSE, Chelsea Clinton discussed the importance of researching presidential candidates and voter registration on Sept. 27, National Voter Registration Day.
On Sept. 23 the Wayne State Board of Governors approved a partnership with Corvias Campus Living and a raise to President M. Roy Wilson, increasing his salary to half a million dollars.
Dean Jocelyn Benson resigned to become the CEO of the Ross Initiative for Sports and Equality. Lance Gable has been appointed interim dean until a new dean is found, who will officially take office in 2017.
At the Global Festival and Study Abroad Fair, student organizations recruit new members and students are encouraged to consider participating in international study.
The WSU chapter of the American Association of University Women, the Warrior Women Coalition, created two $250 scholarships for both women and non-binary students who demonstrate financial need and identify with a marginalized identity, including, but not limited to, race, religion, sexual orientation and ability.
Hillary for America released a new report detailing how Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s New College Compact, if she were elected president, would affect college students in Michigan.
In his fall 2016 University Address, President M. Roy Wilson reviewed Wayne State’s progress, addressed shortcomings and discussed his goals for the future through the WSU community embodying the university’s mission on Sept. 12.
“Sustainability in Flint and Beyond: A Conversation with Curt Guyette” was the second annual showcase by the Sustainability Scholars Forum, highlighting the importance of environmental sustainability.
Dr. Angela Neals-Barnett discusses the acting white accusation and the effect it has on black adolescents.
The WSU bookstore will offer the price match program during the first week of classes. If students find a lower price on the same edition of a book offered by other booksellers, the bookstore will refund the difference.
U.S. Attorney General visited WSU on Aug. 3 for a forum about policing, as well as a press conference.
An internal memo by the EPA’s Miguel Del Toral, published by the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan, said, “The practice of pre-flushing before collecting compliance samples has been shown to result in the minimization of lead capture and significant underestimation of lead levels in drinking water.”
“CitizenDetroit Dinner and Dialogue” held an open forum for upcoming Aug. 2 city council primary.
The new business school, expected to open in 2018, will serve more than 3,000 undergraduates and graduate students, provide new flexible teaching, research offices and community spaces for students and faculty, which is expected to bring WSU close to Detroit’s business community.
In the second dialogue and vigil this summer, the Office of Multicultural Student Engagement partnered with student organizations to cope with national violence as a campus community on July 11.
Student Senate rejected a resolution to fly an LGBTQ rainbow flag on campus with a 9-7 vote on July 7.
The increase falls just short of the state-mandated cap and will differ for lower and upper-division students.
The Office of Multicultural Student Engagement created a space for the Wayne State community in a dialogue and vigil on June 13 to remember the victims of the mass shooting at a gay Orlando nightclub on June 12.
Ph.D candidate and social inequality researcher Charles Bell hosted the event “Lost Voices of U.S. Veterans” to give veterans the opportunity to voice their experiences and how they were affected from war on June 9.
CitizenDetroit, defined as a “civic engagement initiative of Wayne State University,” held a dinner and dialogue at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul to discuss the history and future of the Detroit Public School system on Wednesday, June 9.
On May 27, the President's Office announced that two Wayne State buildings, the College of Education building and the Meyer L. Prentis Cancer Center building, were found to have lead levels above the EPA action level in several water fountains.
The market’s ninth season features engaging activities, dozens of local growers and businesses and special incentives for Wayne State students.
Wayne State Insiders presented “Warriors in Action: Environmental Engineering” on June 1 to discuss how WSU is impacting the environment in various parts in Michigan.
Editor's note: this story will be updated regularly as the university releases more information on the topic.
This summer, more than 2,500 freshmen will be eligible to take part in the free parking initiative starting in July.
Wayne State held its second annual Hackathon marathon this on May 21-22 at the College of Engineering building.
Student Senate covers tuition updates, construction updates and free parking for freshmen.
For the second consecutive year, Wayne State has won the state-wide Flu Vaccination Challenge for medium-sized schools.
Wayne State’s Office of Campus Sustainability held an event that showcased what the university is doing to create a green and sustainable campus on April 21 in the Bernath Auditorium.
As announced at the Board of Governors meeting on April 1, Keith Whitfield, Ph.D., will serve as the new university provost following Margaret E. Winters’ retirement from the position.
Representatives of the Graduate Employees Organizing Committee (GEOC) plan to negotiate tomorrow for revisions in the graduate teaching assistants’ travel policy for the Department of Biological Sciences.
Jocelyn Benson, dean of Wayne State's Law School, today became one of only a handful of women in history to complete the Boston Marathon in her eighth month of pregnancy.
WSU sophomore Kevin Mardirosian finished fourth at the American Forensics Association’s National Individual Events Tournament, the country’s premiere collegiate competitive speech tournament on April 4.
Deb Brazen, director of the Planning and Estimating group, and a coalition of administration from WSU’s libraries presented beautification proposals at the Student Senate meeting on April 8.
President Wilson introduced Keith Whitfield, Ph.D., as the new Provost at the April 1 Board of Governors meeting.
A new major will be available at Wayne State University in the fall of 2016: global studies. Dr. Anne Duggan, chair of the Classic and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures department, said the new program is based off of the existing international studies major.
Current Wayne State University Provost Margaret Winters plans to step down at the end of this year, and the provost search committee is continuing their hunt for her replacement.
Wayne State University’s College of Fine Performing and Communication Arts organized and hosted the 2016 PRSSA Regional Conference on March 19.
Wayne State’s Campus Health Center is offering free STD testing to all students on every Tuesday this semester until April 26.
Rafeef Hamad, the granddaughter of Palestinian refugees, moved from where she was born in Saudi Arabia to Florida when she was five years old. Then she moved back. Then back again to the U.S. about three years ago, this time, to Michigan.
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