Warrior 150 Service Challenge
As part of our yearlong Sesquicentennial Celebration, President Wilson has launched the Warrior 150 Challenge.
This universitywide initiative is designed to engage and activate Warriors in meaningful community service across the metro Detroit area. Our goal is to complete 150,000 volunteer hours in 2018.
Reporting instructions (pdf)
Wayne State University History
College of Engineering students show off their vehicle for the Clean Air Car Race. The 1970 team — the first to win a national competition for Wayne State — introduced an emission control system design that’s now produced in virtually every car sold in the United States.
The Wayne State Geology Field Camp visits the Top of the World Bar in Montana’s Beartooth Mountains.
Students at the Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute speak with honorary trustee and world-renowned cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead.
Wayne University receives World War II surplus machinery — including a Boeing airplane — from the Engineering, Science and Management War Training program.