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Wayne State receives $3.1 million grant to seek alternative sources of rare earth elements
NSF awards to Wayne State to impact air quality
Moving towards a sustainable future in urban cities
Detroit household flood report gives overview, solutions to decades-long issue
CEE chair remarks on recent flooding in Detroit
Undergraduate Dean's list for Winter 2021
MS Dean's list for Winter 2021
Mobility for All competition moves into final phase as remaining teams calibrate solutions to transportation and accessibility problems
Breathe easy: Detroit AirNet integrating community science with sensor technology to improve air quality
Earth Day, every day: Wayne State researchers analyzing green infrastructure sites in ongoing microplastics mitigation project
Answers in the trees: Nigerian engineering Ph.D. student searches for stormwater solutions
College of Engineering stands in solidarity with women, and all members of the Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander communities
AI innovation from Wayne State and tech startup E2i reduces local carbon footprint of water treatment
Mobility for All competition enters second phase with nine semifinalist teams from across Wayne State University
Wayne State researchers receive National Science Foundation funds to study potential of AI-powered microtransit systems in at-risk communities
A tribute to Dr. James Paulson: Standing on the shoulders of giants
Civil engineering researchers receive ASCE Best Paper for study of labyrinth weirs
Haitian engineering grad helps builds bridges (literally) and overcomes nature’s snowy struggles
Wayne State joins $10 million COVID-19 wastewater surveillance and testing project
Wayne State researchers and students receive EPA funding to understand Detroit’s unique groundwater/stormwater interface
Wayne State and Amesite partner to provide online professional certification mobility courses aimed at workforce training
Wayne State engineering students find internships despite COVID-19 and its impact on industry
Nigerian engineering student works in Detroit to improve green infrastructure and environmental sustainability
Wayne State and American University of Kurdistan establish 2+2 joint engineering degree programs
Engineering Alumni Spotlight: Jay Garth