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10/25/2021
Here are a few of our favorite things.
10/20/2021
Professor Ulrich Kamp is using 90 years of images to visually show how the glaciers in the Andes of Southern Peru are rapidly melting — and hopes seeing is believing. His research is one of nine faculty projects highlighted in CASL's Faculty Research Slam on Oct. 28.
10/19/2021
In the spring of this year, former Treasury Secretary, and prominent academic economist Larry Summers, sparked a fierce debate when he called inflation the “primary risk to the US Economy.”
10/18/2021
The Office of Metropolitan Impact is instrumental in organizing SEMI Wild and its career and education pathway program that connects underrepresented youth to organizations like UM-Dearborn, the Detroit Zoological Society, Belle Isle Nature Center and others.
10/18/2021
Enjoy the following Q&A with Belinda Soliz, Administrative Specialist, Department of Social Sciences.
10/18/2021
For this year’s DTE E-Challenge, an interdisciplinary team of faculty and students will leverage everything from artificial intelligence to “shaming” to reduce our energy footprint.
10/14/2021
Enjoy the following Q&A with Prof. Wellman as she talks about the publication of her book and her current research.
10/13/2021
The National Science Foundation awards campus faculty with $1.44 million to create a STEM Scholars program that tailors impactful education practices — like research, cohorts, professional development and more — for lower-income, high talent students to bridge a gap that exists in science fields.
10/11/2021
A UM-Dearborn statistics professor shares how the sudden shift to remote education pushed him to make his statistics classes more relevant to students.
10/4/2021
To encourage physical activities and healthy habits for elementary and middle school students, UM-Dearborn helped land a $100,000 grant to implement the Safe Routes to School Program.
10/4/2021
Benjamin Wielechowski’s newly published “Introduction to Narrative Journalism” shows off the exciting capabilities of the new generation of open educational resources.
9/27/2021
Associate Professor of Composition and Rhetoric Mike MacDonald gives us a tour of his recent experiments with reimagining letter grades.
9/22/2021
Highlights include: A larger percentage of first-year students (up 8% from 2020), which includes more students of color on campus (up 5% from 2020). And new graduate student numbers are up 21%.
9/22/2021
U-M recognizes Professor Marilee Benore’s mentorship and inclusive practices by honoring her with the Carol Hollenshead Inspire Award for Excellence in Promoting Equity and Social Change.
9/22/2021
Amanda Saleh and Daniel Arini will spend the semester working on two projects that advance the UN’s sustainability goals.
9/20/2021
Campus researchers explore complex questions regarding COVID vaccination during a Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) project.
9/15/2021
Professor and PR pro Margaret Murray shares how public relations skills give students what they need to market their experiences and build relationships no matter the major.
9/15/2021
Games, art, design, sports and more — math is everywhere. And UM-Dearborn's Mathematics professors are doing all they can to get kids to embrace the field at a young age to increase proficiency, confidence and interest in STEM fields. 
9/14/2021
Enjoy the following Q&A with Lindsay Siesel, Administrative Assistant, Department of Language, Culture, and Communication; Department of Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts; Honors Program.
9/13/2021
Yahaira Vega now considers herself an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, a subject she knew little about before her undergraduate research project.
9/9/2021
Recent faculty awards, presentations and publications.
9/9/2021
In the season of giving thanks, our CASL Alumni Affiliate Scholarship recipients express their appreciation.
8/25/2021
Recent faculty awards, presentations and publications.
8/13/2021
CASL welcomes four new full-time faculty members this fall.
8/11/2021
The U-M Regents name Orin G. Gelderloos, professor emeritus of environmental studies.

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