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Courage, integrity, leadership: Our Difference Makers have what it takes to make an impact in and out of the classroom.
We hail from every corner of the region, state, nation and world, coming together to shape leaders who address the complex challenges facing southeast Michigan and beyond. We prepare students to be Difference Makers in industry and in the community—long before they graduate. And we’re addressing challenges to the region head-on through pioneering research, strategic partnerships and civic engagement.
Our students, faculty and staff are working together to transform Michigan and change the world. You can be a part of that, while earning the degree that will make a difference in your life and jumpstart your career.
Assistant professor Melissa Bowlin uncovered a bizarre habit of migrating songbirds that could help reduce the number of bird-plane collisions.
The Victors for UM-Dearborn campaign has reached its halfway mark with more than $25 million pledged.
UM-Dearborn awards more than 900 degrees as graduates are challenged to embrace change and stand up for justice.
Former U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell and University of Michigan-Dearborn have announced a partnership that will bring Dingell to campus to inspire the next generation of civic leaders.
Follow your passion or pursue a major with more traditional marketability in today's job market? Students can say yes to both with UM-Dearborn's new business studies major. The program, available only as a second major, combines both a liberal arts and professional education.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked University of Michigan-Dearborn's part-time MBA program as one of the nation's best for the sixth consecutive year.
UM-Dearborn commits to educating engineers equipped to tackle pressing 21st century issues.
The College of Education, Health, and Human Services will launch a Bachelor of Arts degree in child's life this fall. The program is one of only three in the state to focus on preparing students to be child life specialists.