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As Engineering and Computer Science at UM-Dearborn continues to grow, plans for the new Engineering Lab Building move forward.
Cristian Adam often looks at how can to make the best use of his time. Now with his computer science degree in hand, the Class of 2017 graduate wants to go out and help others find ways to improve their lives too.
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized five students as Chancellor’s Medallion recipients and a student speaker during the university’s commencement ceremony Sunday, April 30.
Hu is part of the web strategy and service team that recently launched the new website and migrated webpages to a new content management system—a project that was five years in the making.
Five UM-Dearborn students have earned paid internships with Lear Corporation as winners of the Lear Open Innovation Challenge. The competition asked teams to come up with creative cost- and time-effective solutions to a Lear manufacturing process.
England received the Susan B. Anthony Campus Award in recognition of his longstanding commitment to the advancement of women and girls in the fields of science and engineering.
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized seven faculty members and more than 90 students Tuesday, March 28, during the 35th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony.
Lecturer Jill Plavcan created the campus course IMSE 517: Global Project Management four years ago, using her 20-plus years of experience in project management at an international level.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science recognizes graduate students who demonstrate excellence in research.
The right combination: Bioengineering student shares passion for science as a Michigan Science Center volunteer
Bioengineering student Jessica Hallgath shares her passion for science as a volunteer at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit.
Plowing forward: Intelligent Systems Club returns to St. Paul for yearly autonomous snowplow competition
Two Intelligent Systems Club teams put on a show at the annual autonomous snowplow competition.
CECS doctoral programs launched to meet need for research and development engineers.
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized five students as Chancellor’s Medallion recipients and two student speakers during the university’s commencement ceremonies December 17. Courtney Ford
UM-Dearborn partners with DENSO for car-sharing study.
After working on a production line for an automotive company and having the plant close, Melissa Schwager made a decision— she was going to go to college.
With his 30-plus year career researching and designing aerospace, military and automotive wave-based equipment—one where he’s been granted several United States’ patents for EMC-related inventions—Steffka is eager to share what he’s learned with the next generation of professionals.
UM-Dearborn’s Formula SAE team is building on the momentum of recent success with a little help from Ford, which recently let the team use their wind tunnel facility to learn more about aerodynamics.
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized seven outstanding alumni during the 2016 Alumni Difference Makers Awards Ceremony on Friday, October 21.
News from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs: Campus grant deadlines and nearly $350k in external funding announced
University of Michigan-Dearborn moved up a spot among master’s-level public universities in the Midwest in U.S. News & World Report’s annual guide to American colleges and universities.
The Michigan Legislature has approved a $30 million capital outlay that will help fund the university's new Engineering Lab Building.
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized six faculty members and more than 90 students Tuesday, March 22, during the 34th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony.
When Campus Director for Research Administration John Cristiano attended a one-day symposium on the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor campus, he encountered more than 200 innovative research ideas.
A group of computer and electrical engineering students wanted to challenge themselves and make something interesting and technologically advanced. They created a fully functioning robotic hand—and programmed it to learn American Sign Language.