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WSU’s C2 Pipeline Program Partners With STEM.org To Help At-Risk Students

Everyone it seems is talking about the need for more people trained in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in the current job market. Especially for students that are at-risk and face challenges, access to that education can be difficult. To help people get these in-demand skills at an early age, Wayne State University’s C2 Pipeline Program has become the 21st American CCLC program to receive STEM Accreditation through STEM.org. What is the C2 Pipeline Program? It partner...

Tavis Smiley To Come To Town To Talk Detroit's Resurgence And Challenges

Tavis Smiley, star of late night television on PBS, will be in Detroit March 23rd through the 25th to film five episodes of his show. The episodes will focus on the city and its rebirth. They will explore the Arab American community in Dearborn, the challenges that long-time Detroiters face, and Downtown Detroit’s resurgence. Smiley’s trip will conclude with a Town Hall meeting. All of the shows will be taped at the Community Arts Auditorium at Wayne State University in front of live audienc...

He's Teaching The True Meaning Of His Faith, One Rose At A Time

Meet Saqib. He’s been handing out roses, along with words from the prophet Mohammed, at Wayne State University to share the real meaning of Islam today. The card attached to the rose in this picture reads as follows: “The best of my community are those who when treated foolishly are tolerant, and when wronged they forgive, and when they are hurt are patient.” Islamaphobia (the fear of Islam) is something that has spread around our country like wildfire. There are a lot of misconceptions ab...

Become A Detroit Revitalization Fellow And Help Detroit's Turnaround

If you’re looking for a way to get involved in turning around Detroit, this might be your ticket. Detroit Revitalization Fellows is accepting applications for its 2015-17 fellowship from Jan. 26 to Feb. 20. The program is part of Wayne State University’s Office of Economic Development and offers talented mid-career leaders the chance to stimulate Detroit’s economic, civic, and community development. Accepted fellows serve in full time salaried positions for two years and they participate in...

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