Higher Ed

Feature StorySooshin Choi, Provost of the College for Creative Studies

Selling world-class talent on Detroit


Campus Commandos launches mobile app for college students


AutoHarvest goes global by adding more Asian clients


Wayne State, Fontinalis Partners launch investment programs


Historic Catholic school building re-opens as charter school


Local professor: To stop blight, first stop suburban sprawl


MSquared brings finance, accounting tools to startups


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Stories from the new economy: Henry Ford Innovation Institute


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Designing with Detroiters: DCDC turns 20


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Stories from the new economy: Blackstone Launchpad


Clothing with a cause benefits Detroit youth


SIB Medical Technologies leverages Accelerate Michigan win cash


DragAroundMe aims to simplify file-sharing software


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Wayne State University is one of the state's largest universities and, with its role as a partner with TechTown and NextEnergy, its research reach and national stature continues to grow. Add in the College for Creative Studies, which just opened a second campus, University of Detroit Mercy, which has Michigan's only Division 1 lacrosse team, and Marygrove College's impressive urban leadership work. All in all, not too shabby in the knowledge department for a blue-collar town.