Avoid the holiday traffic jam this year with tips from Professor Joseph Hummer
Wayne State University receives 2016 Chevrolet Camaro as Michigan’s sole participant in the EcoCAR 3 Competition
Civil and environmental engineering professor conducting water tests in Flint homes
Computer science student wins first place awards in Text Retrieval Conference competition
Three engineering students receive undergraduate research awards
Water tests conducted at Flint homes by Wayne State University researchers
Wayne State Big Data Analytics Key to Midwest Big Data Effort
Engineering professor to present breakthrough traffic safety research in nation's capital
Two College of Engineering professors named IEEE Fellows
Three ECE graduate students receive student paper awards
Anderson Institute, School of Medicine host 'Present a Challenge Day'
Biomedical engineering professor developing novel MRI technique to detect, diagnose brain injury
Chemical engineering student receives second place poster award at AiCHE Annual Student Conference
Mechanical engineering student wins best paper award at Stapp Car Crash Conference
Civil and Environmental Engineering chair weighs in on speed cameras in Chicago
Transportation Research Group's work with MDOT results in national award
Computer Science Professor featured in PBS special "What Lies Beaneath the Great Lakes?"
Civil engineering department chair discusses the future of Michigan's roads
Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor discusses lead pipes in Flint
Civil and Environmental Engineering professor talks about Detroit in 2045
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Wayne State University receives two Ford College Community Challenge grants
Wayne State University - Detroit: Ford Warrior STEAM Saturday Challenge Detroit K-12 students and their families will participate in the Warrior STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math – Challenge. Participants will use STEAM skills to solve community-based problems or create a finished product to better the community. [Main contact: Jasmine Roberson, Director, Community Engagement and Educational Outreach, College of Engineering Wayne State University - Detroit: From Volunteering to Career Paths - Student Leadership in Community Food Systems This project will engage students in hands‐on internships with community-based partners, to enhance skills and expand knowledge and thereby help further their careers in community food systems. [Main contact: Kami Pothukuchi, Associate Professor, Urban Studies and Planning, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences]
Fulbright Scholar joins Wayne State's graduate program in Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Wayne State University's College of Engineering announces Engineering Alumni Council, new alumni volunteer programs
College of Engineering to host legendary Trans Am Engineer