A new, $1 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant awarded to Wayne State University, the University of Michigan and Merit Network will help provide the computational power necessary for researchers at all institutions in the state – and throughout the Midwest region – to pursue their science and introduce their students to advanced computational problem-solving.
Data Privacy Day is Friday, Jan. 28, and while we at Computing and Information Technology (C&IT) prioritize the security of Wayne State University data every day, we do recommend some best practices you can utilize yourself to stay safe online.
To better support student success in the ever-evolving campus environment, Computing and Information Technology (C&IT) is installing laptop lockers—or secure storage lockers that charge and dispense rentable laptop computers—across main campus.
To improve the security of our systems and data, Computing and Information Technology (C&IT) is introducing multi-factor authentication for all Microsoft Office 365 applications, including Wayne State email.
After over 18 months of hard work from employees across Wayne State University, Phase 1 of the STARS 2.0 project launches on June 21, 2021, to replace Advising Works and create an improved user experience for undergraduate students and staff alike.
For almost five years, Detroit Hives has been working to turn vacant lots in the city into sustainable honeybee farms, and now the 501c(3) non-profit organization is officially in partnership with Wayne State University. T
The Sports Analytics Club Program (SACP) has honored Wayne State University Computing and Information Technology’s (C&IT) Director of Business Intelligence and Data Analytics, Carly Cirilli, as Woman of the Year in the category of University Advisor in Data Science.
The Wayne State University Student Tracking Advising Retention System (STARS) upgrade project is approximately 64% complete! The project is a collaboration between the Office of the Provost, Academic Affairs, and Computing and Information Technology (C&IT) — and will allow Wayne State to provide proactive and individualized student care that is coordinated across university schools, colleges, and departments.
As you check items off your shopping list, we ask you to remain mindful of how your online actions affect the entire Wayne State community. With virtual learning and working, scammers who gain access to your personal devices may also gain access to the Wayne State systems and services you use — and any data they house.
The Wayne State University Computing and Information Technology (C&IT) Information Security Office (ISO) has partnered with KnowBe4, a security awareness training provider, to educate the campus community about the security threats that target us.
As the Wayne State community continues to learn and work online, virtual security threats such as scam and phishing emails remain a concern for all large businesses, corporations, and organizations that own sensitive data, including educational institutions like Wayne State University. Computing and Information Technology (C&IT) places a high priority on the security of student, faculty, and staff data, and has focused its efforts on information security training for employees.
Wayne State Computing and Information Technology (C&IT) has begun welcoming campus IT professionals to the organization as a part of the WarriorIT consolidation project. This change in IT employee reporting and structure was announceed earlier this year in an email from President M. Roy Wilson.
Wayne State University’s Computing & Information Technology (C&IT) department is partnering with Organization and Employee Development to offer interactive webinars about technology and working in a virtual environment. The hourlong webinars will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 13, Wednesday, Oct. 21, and Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Wayne State University has joined the Michigan Moonshot, a statewide call to action started by the nonprofit research and education organization Merit Network. Broadband internet is essential in modern society, but according to nationally available data, Michigan has at least 380,000 households without broadband access, which equates to 27% of households with school-age children.
In an effort to best support employees who work directly with our student population, the Office for Teaching and Learning (OTL) and Computing & Information Technology (C&IT) have partnered to provide Online Toolkits.
Wayne State University Computing & Information Technology (C&IT) is piloting a program to potentially trace COID-19 cases on campus. The process includes filling out an online survey and then using a QR code received in an approval email to scan on an iPad to enter buildings. The process is contact-free.
Properly managing our exposure to technology can greatly improve our mood, physical health, and productivity—and ensure we’re best prepared to assist our student Warriors as the fall semester approaches.