Theren Williams recently graduated with a degree in Applied Statistics and was accepted to a Statistics Ph.D. program at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
The Board of Regents, at their meeting on May 16, approved promotions and tenure for the following CASL faculty members.
Congratulations goes out to our very own Kyle Ralston, student office assistant in the Department of Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts! Kyle received the “Outstanding Student Employee” Award for 2019 at the Student Leadership Awards.
New Exhibition Opening - The Art of the Everyday: Objects from Ancient Daily Life
The #MeToo era was heavily discussed at a recent all-day event planned by WGST and WILL Directors, Dr. Lisa Martin and Dr. Francine Banner. This program was made possible with a grant from the Institute for Research on Women in Gender (IRWG) in Ann Arbor.
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters will recognize two Chancellor's Medallion recipients during the university's commencement ceremony on April 28.
The Community Service Personnel Scholarship program at the University of Michigan-Dearborn was established to recognize the service of public safety personnel to our communities and to encourage them to pursue or continue their educational goals.
CCJ graduate student and program Administrative Assistant Michelle Lishin wed Moe Rahman, whom she met in CRJ 473, in a quaint ceremony officiated by Prof. Donald Shelton.
Students enjoyed the opportunity to meet with their State Representatives and Senators and to discuss important issues.
Zeytuncu receives the 2019 Distinguished Teaching Award from the Michigan section of the Mathematical Association of America.
The Department of Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts is hosting a bake sale fundraiser. All proceeds will be used to purchase bottled water for Detroit Public Schools.
During Summer 2019, a four-week archeology field school is being offered to explore environmental change, community, and religion in Cape Cod, Massachusetts in the 17th Century.
Prof. Anna Muller is the newly elected President of the Polish American Historical Association (PAHA), a position that will further immerse her deeper into the historical and contemporary contribution of Poles.
University of Michigan-Dearborn will recognize 36 CASL students and one faculty member at the 37th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony.
Do you have questions about graduate school or the application process? Would you like to know more about the Ph.D./M.A. options in Literature, of M.F.A. programs in creative writing? What about funding opportunities? Meet with UM-Dearborn Professors to discuss applying for graduate schools.
The Department of Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts is hosting a bake sale fundraiser. All proceeds will be used to purchase bottled water for Detroit Public Schools.,
Recently, the college welcomed two new advisors, Rachel Ripley and Kyle Sutherland.
The University of Michigan-Dearborn, and, in particular, the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters aims to bring more awareness to interdisciplinary courses.
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters will recognize two Chancellor's Medallion recipients during the university's commencement ceremony on December 15.
We are honoring our legacy by inviting two speakers, novelist Josh Malerman and pholosophy professor Dr. Nora Berenstain, to represent the spirit of success and excellence that the department embodies.
It’s fitting that Giannina Wilson loves cinnamon; it’s a spice with multiple functions, much like Wilson in her role as the Academic Program Manager in CASL.
Zippia, a website that provides career information and tools, decided to take a look at the data on the institutions of higher learning in Michigan to determine which programs offer the best career opportunities.
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters has recently received several gifts to support scholarships and programs, furthering the college’s commitment to providing students with an outstanding educational experience.
David Norwood was selected as this year’s CASL Alumnus of the Year. Norwood spent much time on this campus in the 70’s (he calls it his “former playground”) and now reflects on his time here as a student, and what receiving this award means to him.
Staff members Nina Loveberry and Sandra Frolich play a big part in the success of CWP.