Public health student raises human trafficking awareness through research
Oksana Doubrovski is a public health major with a minor in biology at Wayne State University. The pre-med student has taken a unique path — including switching her major three times — and is now doing extensive research on human trafficking in the Detroit area.
William Ahee - The road to Harvard Law
Alumnus William Ahee has made a habit of taking on challenges. From Detroit’s food economy to global climate change and now Harvard Law School, Ahee is using his Wayne State education to address important issues facing Detroit and the world.
Q&A with Mukund Mohan
Mukund Mohan, an economics major with a passion for public health issues, is on a mission to "change the world.” A pre-med student and public health minor, Mukund is currently researching how to improve heart disease outcomes at Wayne State’s Integrative Biosciences Center (IBio). We sat down with him to discuss his undergraduate research and WSU experience.
Love for astronomy takes alumnus across the country
Soon after graduation, Tupper moved to Washington, D.C., where he climbed the ranks of NASA leadership. Today, he serves as director of the Resource Management Division, responsible for the formulation, justification and execution of NASA’s approximately $5.6 billion science budget.
Political science student lends voice to underserved on campus and beyond
Sophomore Dalia Ibrahim is working to make an impact at Wayne State before she goes on to change the world. Ibrahim, a political science major, has dedicated much of her time as an undergrad to helping marginalized populations both on and off campus.