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.
More than 100 students and seven faculty members recognized at annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony
The awards program, now in its 37th year, honors students for their strong academic achievement and faculty who have distinguished themselves in teaching, research and service.
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.
Vansant tells us why she was inspired to write Austria Made in Hollywood and what she learned in the process.
JASS Associate Professor Jen Proctor’s short experimental film gives voice to coming-of-age social pressure
Am I Pretty? will be shown on campus April 17. Its inspiration came from a YouTube trend where female tweens and teens wanted viewers to comment on their appearance, commonly asking, “Am I pretty or ugly?”
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 College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters class also looks at the importance of having the opportunity to rethink and reshape social constructs.
Graduate student Christin Dewit examines stress levels of the caregivers of children diagnosed with autism
Dewit’s research took first place during UM-Dearborn’s Three-Minute Thesis Competition; she will represent the university at a regional competition later this month.
Linguistics Professor Daniel Davis, Composition and Rhetoric Professor Bill DeGenaro and Anna Muller, history assistant professor and the Frank and Mary Padzieski Endowed Professor in Polish/Polish American/Eastern European Studies, earned 2019-2020 funding for their research projects.
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.
The prominent entrepreneur talks about the Bhungalia Family Scholarship and his connection to today’s students.
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters senior says he doesn’t have a connection with everyone on campus — but our experience following him around for a day says otherwise.
CASL Legacy Lecture Series gives today’s retiring faculty the opportunity to leave a reflective message for future learners
The new initiative, which began in the fall with Associate Professor Emeritus Elias Baumgarten, offers a reception and valedictory talk, which is recorded to serve as an oral history.
After a decade at UM-Dearborn, this unique initiative is still finding fresh ways to boost student success.
The UM-Dearborn-led global initiative sparks cross-cultural dialogue about the role of identity and legacy in community healing and renewal.
Recently, the college welcomed two new advisors, Rachel Ripley and Kyle Sutherland.
Every season brings something new to see in the Environmental Interpretive Center and the adjacent Environmental Study Area. Here are five things you may see walking on the trails.
The University of Michigan-Dearborn, and, in particular, the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters aims to bring more awareness to interdisciplinary courses.
U-M’s Poverty Solutions awards research that addresses poverty through opportunities, awareness and education
Two of the nine university-wide grants were given to UM-Dearborn initiatives.
UM-Dearborn recognized the five recipients and two student speakers during Saturday's commencement ceremonies.
Martin, a criminal justice and criminology major with a French minor, will enroll in the international crime and justice graduate program at City University of New York’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice after graduating this month.
Students gain appreciation for Spanish peninsular culture and history through food in one UM-Dearborn course
SPN 321 creates a tasty dish that mixes education, collaboration and appreciation.