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UM-Dearborn's DEI Climate Survey for the campus community launches Wednesday, Jan. 19.
Rafi Almhana, a Ph.D. student in the CIS Department, will join the faculty in software engineering of Department of Computer Science at University of Chicago
Students in the IMSE 382 manufacturing course really delivered for the holidays.
UM-Dearborn hosted five ceremonies and conferred nearly 800 degrees over the weekend.
The software engineering graduate talks about being the first person in his family to earn a college degree and the future of the virtual reality field.
Dr. Khouloud Gaaloul, a post-doc in the CIS Department, gave a research seminar on verification of design models of cyber-physical systems
To acknowledge the number of strong medallion candidates among UM-Dearborn's top graduates, three medallion recipients were awarded per college. Here are the CECS and COB winners — along with the Class of Fall 2021 student speaker.
A new NSF-funded project from two UM-Dearborn computer scientists is taking aim at an often overlooked challenge in scientific research.
Storing renewable energy is crucial to solving the climate crisis. A UM-Dearborn professor explains how alternative liquid fuels might address challenges batteries can’t.
Campus leaders created a whole new study abroad model — and made it open to all undergraduate students in a desirable location at an affordable cost.
The assistive technology demonstrates the potential of lower-cost eye tracking technology for helping artists with disabilities.
A UM-Dearborn cybersecurity expert and international affairs expert talk about how nation state cyberattacks are confounding calculations in international affairs.
Dr. Thiago do N. Ferreira, Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan - Flint, visited (virtually) the CIS Department and gave a research seminar on a preference-based framework for reducing the number of objectives in variability testing of software product line.
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.
Campus’ international student population is rebounding after a pandemic decline, thanks to students who share their positive experiences and to dedicated faculty and staff.
The new facility solidifies the campus as a regional leader in engineering, with 45 labs dedicated to core and emerging disciplines.
UM-Dearborn’s robotics faculty talk about how public expectations for robots are often out of sync with realities of the technology. But that shouldn’t stunt our optimism about the field’s future.
CECS Engineering Experiential Learning Assistant Director Tony DeLaRosa shares personal and professional stories that show the importance of encouragement, the role of recognition (he’s co-chair for the Chancellor's Staff Recognition Awards) and how life sometimes takes us full circle.
Complex information and communication systems are often made up of hundreds of hardware and software components from a hodgepodge of manufacturers. UM-Dearborn’s Junaid Farooq says that makes them a cyber-physical battleground.
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%.
CIS faculty Drs. Kessentini, Eshete, Song, Lu, and Bacha received research grants from NSF to support their projects in the areas of intelligent software engineering, software security, edge computing, machine learning, and education.
UM-Dearborn’s new Engineering Lab Building is open and it’s definitely meeting expectations.
This marks the 20th consecutive year the university was rated as one of the region’s best from U.S. News & World Report. Campus also received recognition from Washington Monthly and Forbes.
More powerful fuel searching apps could save consumers money — and have big applications for autonomous vehicles.
DeLean Tolbert Smith’s latest research is digging into the role families and non-classroom experiences can play in tackling STEM’s equity problems.


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