Departments, centers and institutes
- Centers and institutes
CEEM is a research and educational center that explores ways to make significant improvements in the quality of K-12 and introductory college-level mathematics courses and to use mathematics as a tool to provide students from inner cities and underrepresented minority groups with the educational and lifetime opportunities that all students deserve.
CLLAS aims to transform the university, and ultimately society, by providing equitable access to a quality university education to students interested in U.S. Latino/a and Latin American cultural studies while enhancing diversity on campus.
CPCS develops and implements projects, programs, curricula, research, and publications in areas of scholarship related to international and domestic peace, war, social justice, arms control, globalization, multicultural awareness, and constructive conflict resolution.
The Study of Citizenship promotes interdisciplinary research and exchange about citizenship within a global community of scholars, students, political, community and business leaders, and the general public.
The Cohn-Haddow Center facilitates and enhances academic study and research in all areas of Jewish History, culture, and thought.
The institute supports Chinese language and cultural programs for K-12 schools, the university community, and professional communities in southeastern Michigan and beyond.
Aan interdisciplinary urban-focused digital humanities project engaging faculty and student researchers in creating, documenting, and sharing multilayered multimedia narratives of Detroit's ethnic histories.
The FLTC meets the instructional technology needs of full-time and part-time faculty, lecturers and graduate teaching assistants in the program areas of Greek, Latin and classics, romance languages, German and Slavic, Near East and Asian, and English as a second language.
A space for students to integrate into Wayne State's robust research community through peer mentoring, greater access to faculty, social events, and networking opportunities.
The WRT Zone provides individual tutoring consultations, research assistance from librarians, and technology consultants – all free of charge for graduate and undergraduate students at WSU.