To reduce the nation’s dependence on imported fossil energy as well as the environmental impact of petroleum-based fuel systems, there is an urgent need to electrify a significant proportion of our vehicles. In 2010, Wayne State became the first university to launch a comprehensive electric-drive vehicle engineering curriculum. Thanks in part to a $5 million investment by the U.S. Department of Energy, and surrounded by automotive manufacturers and suppliers, Wayne State students gain the tools and knowledge to become the next generation of automotive masterminds.
At Wayne State's College of Engineering, you'll learn from nationally renowned faculty experts and benefit from our High Impact Practices of Student Success: team-based learning, global perspective, undergraduate research, internships and co-ops, and community service.
More than $5 million in funding for alternative energy research and curriculum development. Leader of the WSU student EcoCAR team and the electric-drive vehicle engineering graduate program. Winner of four major awards for teaching and research.Jerry Ku
- Ford Customer Service Division creates endowed scholarship in the College of Engineering
- Wayne State University receives 2016 Chevrolet Camaro as Michigan’s sole participant in the EcoCAR 3 Competition
- Wayne State University's College of Engineering announces Engineering Alumni Council, new alumni volunteer programs
- IAV sponsors Wayne State EcoCar 3 Team, supports young engineers
- Webinar: Navigating the grad school application process
- Nano@Wayne Seminar: "Cancer Nanomedicine"
- Write Winning Grant Proposals Seminar for Hypothesis-Driven Research (general audience) – Dec 8, 2016
- Sustainability@Wayne Seminar: "Life Cycle Assessments for Sustainable Transportation: Ford Approach"