Wayne State engineering students and professors are planning to make their mark in Washington D.C. to preach science, not silence.
WSU’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program is a go-to resource for students looking to delve deeper into their interests and make substantial contributions to their field.
Detroit’s historic buildings aren’t just for looks, they’ve catered to the city’s most memorable characters and even witnessed a few incidents. Take a deeper look inside Tommy’s Bar and the Whitney.
While some students are going to beaches and relaxing in the sun, other students have chosen to stick to the books and take spring/summer classes at Wayne State.
Alternative Spring Break Detroit is an annual week-long volunteering program that encourages students to both learn about and serve communities within Detroit. This year, a new site was added to the docket: Auntie Na’s Harvesting Unity.
Canfield Street has a brewpub, microbrewery and brewery in between Cass Avenue and Second Avenue all serving food and accepting job applications. Students interested in brewing and distillation who need work with flexible hours can apply at any location.
Launching in the winter of 2015, Humans of Wayne State University, inspired by Humans of New York, was created as a way to capture students’ thoughts and personalities.
After months of renovations and construction, Wayne State’s Student Center Building is expected to fully open in early August, weeks before students begin classes for the fall semester.