Through a program that is both academically rigorous and culturally engaged, the Irvin D. Reid Honors College prepares Wayne State's highest-achieving students to be leaders in the local community and the world beyond.
- Keathley appears before Board of Governors; thanks Office of Fellowships for international scholarship opportunity
- WSU honors student James Wairagu recounts his joyous journey from Kenya to campus
- From day one: Pharmacy alumni find love at Wayne State and remain Wayne Loyal
- Playwright Michael R. Jackson – Winner of Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award – to Speak at Annual Arthur L. Johnson Urban Perspectives Series at Wayne State University on April 18
- Economics major Aaron Keathley lands WSU’s first-ever Marshall Scholarship worth $100,000
The ability to so quickly connect the things you learn and the people you meet into the city of Detroit and the things you’re doing. A big reason of joining Honors is to separate yourself and in a city that is big enough to matter to the world, yet small enough to matter in it. This is a huge upper hand in a positively volatile environment.