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WSU's Department of Anthropology is teaming up with Project We Hope, Dream, and Believe to excavate the home of Civil Rights icon Malcolm X
WSU Math Corps 2021 continues to care about kids
Alumni Dr. Willie McKether named chancellor of Thomas Jefferson University’s East Falls Campus
Alumni
​Dr. Michael Henson â€‹('21) is the first SWAN â€‹program Ph.D. graduate
New NIH research study to investigate psychosocial determinants of cardiovascular disease risk among urban African American adults
Grants
Tips to start the semester Warrior Strong
🎓College hacks
Dr. Justin Kenney receives NIH award to study genetic basis of behavior
Grants
Dr. Tareq A. Ramadan lands $380,850 grant for non-profit to restore Inkster home of civil rights leader, Malcolm X
Grants
Orwell’s ideas remain relevant 75 years after ‘Animal Farm’ was published
Research
James J. Haag, M.P.A. '66 receives 2021 M.P.A. Distinguished Graduate Award
TIDE Awards foster dynamic new courses
Bettye Washington Greene’s legacy lives on through lecture series
PharmSci-Urban Sustainability Ph.D. candidate Zoha Siddiqua turns to nature for answers
Research
House committee investigating Capitol insurrection has a lot of power, but it’s unclear it can force Trump to testify
Wayne State researchers awarded $3.3 million from DOE for materials and chemical sciences research to advance quantum science and technology
Grants
Going back to right here. From JYM to Evergreen in 20 years
Alumni
Math and chemistry department faculty awarded a $3.3 million collaborative grant from the Department of Energy
Ralph Bunche Summer Institute Program 2021
Moving towards a sustainable future in urban cities
New Wayne State University program creates college pipeline for formerly incarcerated individuals
Recollections of the Studentenstadt Freimann Stunde Null, 1963
Alumni
Wayne State receives NSF award to study how airborne viruses navigate through mucus
Grants
Wayne State receives $1.97 million NIH grant to provide research training to undergraduates
Grants
Dean Hartwell talks community partnerships with WJR-AM
In the media
Biology student spends the summer working in the aspen forests