Sociology Student Difference Makers
UM-Dearborn Difference Makers are at the forefront of their fields. They’re improving the lives of others and making an impact here in our local communities. Nominated by faculty and staff, these individuals aren’t just outstanding students, they embody academic and professional achievement, integrity and leadership.
Here's a listing of Sociology students, current and past, who have received this honor. Click on each name to read what makes them a Difference Maker.
After a break from university studies, Destiny Flowers-Fayad came back determined to finish school and leave her stamp on campus.
Matthew wants to provide insight on the college experience—he researches how to better understand the realities of disadvantaged students and what strategies can improve academic performance and retention.
Nadine has something in common with veterans: service.
It is Roseanne's goal in life to be able to make a difference in her community of Inkster, Michigan.
Rebecca's long-term goal is to become an international officer for the U.S. Department of State in the Middle East and North Africa, aiding immigration streams to and from the U.S.
True to her major, Ashleigh is passionate about understanding and contributing to the lives of others.