Academic Advisor II
Micheline Silva is a proud first-generation Chicana. She is a native Detroiter, and is a huge advocate for her community. As a high school senior, she joined the Learning Community, Center For Latino/a and Latin American Studies at Wayne State University. Thanks to that decision navigating the university matrix as a first-generation student was facilitated and enhanced. During her time as an undergrad she worked as a peer mentor for CLLAS. In May of 2018, she obtained her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology with a double minor in Latin American Studies and Sociology.
Micheline recently graduated with her Masters in Social Work from the School of Social Work at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor. She was also a member of the Detroit Clinical Scholars Special Program during her graduate program. She is currently working on her licensure for her Master of Social Work.
Although she is not new to the Wayne State University, Micheline recently returned as an Academic Advisor II. She serves as a supplemental advisor. She over sees the College to Career Learning Community. She organizes The Annual Research Conference: La Academia Del Pueblo and Nuevo Comienzo: Latinx and Native Student Graduation Celebration. Lastly, she over sees the student committee that handles CLLAS social media accounts.