1. After a year of launching the Mobility for All competition, Wayne State University announces the results of the inaugural competition. Leveraging mobility technologies to address the real problems faced by the community was the most important principle when we launched the competition, the steering committee was very excited to see all five teams in the final stage addressing community challenges, including accessibility for people with disabilities, food insecurity, and public transit infrastructure. The outcome of the competition is fantastic and has demonstrated the innovative ways by which our students, faculty, and alumni want to change the world. Congratulations to all teams who made it to the final stage! Congratulations to the Recogn-EYEs team for winning the grand prize!
  2. Wayne State has launched MobilityAcademy for on demand professional training.
  3. Dr. Marco Brocanelli has received the NSF CAREER award # 2142406: Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Mobile Augmented Reality Apps.
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