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Among Michigan’s public universities, UM-Dearborn is near the top in the number of degrees awarded per faculty member.
UM-Dearbornâs College of Business has been named a best business school for the sixth consecutive year, according to The Princeton Reviewâs 2015 edition of âThe Best 296 Business Schools.â
UM-Dearborn announced a $12.5 million bequest from the estate of Arthur Kochoff. It will be used to create the Kochoff Pathway to Success Scholarship Program, which will support nearly 600 students with financial need in its first four years alone.
College of Engineering and Computer Science students demonstrated the creative side of engineering this summer as they introduced kids to music technology.
UM-Dearborn's College of Education, Health, and Human Services partners with a Detroit elementary school for lessons in sustainability
UM-Dearborn has announced a record-breaking enrollment of 9,193 students for fall 2014, an increase of 190 students from last fall.
Ed.D. student Lisa Willerick preps her students at Romulus High School for success in their relationships and in the workplace.
University of Michigan-Dearborn again was ranked seventh among master's-level public universities in the Midwest in an annual guide to American colleges published by U.S. News & World Report.
Environmental science student Thomaz Carvalhaes partnered with Focus: HOPE this summer to improve access to public transportation in Detroit.