Wayne State Magazine
Wayne State magazine, published quarterly, has won more than three-dozen local and national awards since 2005 from organizations such as the Society of Professional Journalists, International Association of Business Communicators, Awards for Publication Excellence and the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. To learn more about the magazine, call 313-577-2300.
Moments of Discovery
Wayne State has been the training ground for many inventors and innovators.
Investing in the University
Despite cutbacks in state aid, Wayne State remains committed to providing an affordable quality education.
The Front Door builds relationships between businesses and the university.
An Era Begins
M. Roy Wilson is Wayne State’s 12th president.
On a New Mission
Student and alumni military veterans reflect on their military experiences and share dreams for the future.
The alumni association recognizes alumni, faculty and students.
Leading the Way
Wayne State and other University Research Corridor graduates are providing an economic boost.
President Allan Gilmour retires from Wayne State.
Wayne State’s campus architecture transcends time and space.
Wayne State displays art in public places.
The College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts is educating the next generation of artists.Artistic Impressions
Wayne State alumni are leaving their artistic footprint on the world.Dramatic Discovery
Wayne State researchers are leading a worldwide team of scientists who uncovered what's known as the "God particle."View Issue
A New Direction
The alumni association eliminates dues, turns its focus toward communication and engagement.
Wayne State's 245,000 alumni are using their education and experiences in a wide range of pursuits and careers.
Flexing Their Voluntary Muscle
Alumni volunteers are passionate about advancing the needs and interests of Wayne State.
Wayne State alumni are making a difference in their communities through their work.
Ready to Launch
Blackstone LaunchPad helps students start new businesses.
Student volunteers work to build a better tomorrow for themselves and for society.
A look at older alumni who are doing great things.
Wayne State researchers tackle age-related issues.
Lighting Up Rwanda
Alumnus works to improve lives and provide education in Rwanda.
Detroit's Historic Places of Worship
Wayne State University Press chronicle's the city's churches and temples.
A Different Page
Wayne State alumni have a unique and very different impact on the literary world.
Turn the Page
Digital textbooks, tablets and Smartpens are changing the way students study.
Year of the Underdog
How the Warrior football team became Division II playoff stars.
The A. Paul Schaap Chemistry Building and Lecture Hall pays tribute to the past and embraces the future.
TechTown offers a thriving environment for entrepreneurs who are finding success in a dismal economy.
Longtime civil rights activist Arthur L. Johnson's loss is felt by the university and greater community.
Ten years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Wayne State and Metro Detroit join the nation in looking back and looking ahead.
Wayne State alumni have served, and continue to serve, in every branch of the military.
The new world of journalism extends far beyond traditional reporting.
Talk of the Town
Midtown Detroit undergoes an economic revival.
Despite a tough economy, alumni find ways to make businesses flourish.
A Fighting Chance
Perinatology Research Branch leads the way in fight against pre-term birth.
And Many More
The Wayne State University Alumni Association celebrates 75 years.
Wayne State is a tradition for many families of alumni.
Kim Shreckengost tackles the challenges of working in the world of NFL football.
Recipes for Success
Alumni own and operate some of the area's top food and entertainment venues.
The Beat Goes On
After a 20-year hiatus, Wayne State's marching band is back.
On the Spectrum
As autism diagnoses rise, Wayne State alumni are on the forefront of research.
Reading the Palm of Michigan
Predictions for the next 10 years.
Technology's influence is everywhere at Wayne State, and its impact is felt in every classroom and research lab.
Wayne State teams up with Corcktown to excavate, exhibit a glimpse of early Detroit.
The future of pharmacy is made to order as pharmacists flex their role as front-line healthcare providers.
My First Job
New grads share their career experiences and offer tips for starting out in the work world.
The offerings are plentiful and healthful at Wayne State's residence hall cafes.
Home Team Heroes
They excelled in sports during their years at Wayne State. Find out what they've been doing since.
Press Check: The State of Newspaper Journalism
Michigan's newspaper industry is facing its biggest struggle yet. What's ahead and how will the newspapers survive?
Keeper of History
Reuther Library preserves America's past and gives a voice to those silenced.
Future Focused Majors
As the economy changes, university programs unlock doors to new careers
My First Place
Undergrads show off the places they call home
SEED Wayne is giving a boost to the city's emerging agriculture movement
Best of Wayne State
We asked for your favorites. Here's what you said makes Wayne State great
University's FOCIS series brings worlwide issues close to home
Woman of Wayne
Marguerite Rigby leaves Alumni House, looks back on many years at Wayne State
As manufacturing jobs fade, Detroit-area entrepreneurs and hopefuls look to the emerging film industry
95-year-old alumnus continues to take classes at Wayne State
Alumnus chronicles Detroit history in the city and on the street
2009 Winter Issue
Many alumni have found true love through the Wayne State library system
City Upon a Hill
15th anniversary lecture brings together past speakers, looks toward the future
For the Birds
Wayne State researcher looks for ways to increase nesting habitat for once-endangered Michigan bird
2008 Fall Issue
President Jay Noren has a strong background as a systems builder. Now he wants to help Wayne State realize its full potential
2008 Summer Issue
Wayne State's bioengineering department is an internationally known hub for automotive research. But it's also making a name for itself in other areas, including blast injuries and sports science
Get cooking with Giulio Fattore, campus executive chef for AVI Fresh at Wayne State
Shades of Green
The university becomes more environmentally friendly and encourages green efforts throughout the city
2008 Spring Issue
2008 Winter Issue
2007 Fall Issue
2007 Summer Issue
A look at Wayne State's Center for Urban Studies
2007 Spring Issue
Feel the Energy
Strategic Plan articulates the university's vision and identifies its goals through 2011
The Plan's in Motion
The alumni association completes its strategic plan; implementation is the next step
Looking Forward, Looking Back
Scholarship recipients come together to celebrate past and future successes
Coloring Their World
Alvin Bell's students commemorate his life lessons in documentary
2007 Winter issue
Alumni association hosts first-ever Golden Jubilee Reunion
"The Dead Shall Teach the Living"
Wayne State's mortuary science program has a strong history and solid future
Artwork, awards and structures celebrate the legacies of Wayne State's former presidents
2006 Summer issue
An acute shortage
The College of Nursing works to combat the nursing shortage by educating and training nurses.
A decade-by-decade look at the changing styles on campus.
Passport to learning
Wayne State's study-abroad programs offer the opportunity to be immersed in foreign cultures.
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2006 Spring Issue
A new chapter
Flip through the pages of a first-year student's diary, which chronicles life in The Towers, the classroom ... and the occasional 4 a.m. study session
Home away from home
Students from more than 90 countries come to live, study and work at Wayne State
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2006 Winter issue
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Away We Go!
Wayne State launches its first capital campaign with crowds and cheers
Wayne State's research and technology park is helping transform a long-neglected area into an entrepreneurial powerhouse
It's All Greek to Them
Fraternities and sororities support and bring together Wayne State and the community
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2003 Fall issue
Let there be Lumigen
Research at WSU by Paul Schaap and his colleagues paid off in a scientific revolution and a generous gift to the university.
Raising Big Boy
Thanks to alumnus Bob Liggett, the familiar restaurant chain has a new menu for success.
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