Admissions and Orientation (Undergraduate)
“It’s time for you to go big, go proud and always ‘Go Blue!’”
UM-Dearborn graduates join the 610,000 strong U-M alumni community as Saturday’s Fall 2019 commencement ceremonies grant 755 degrees.
College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters
UM-Dearborn has three new master’s degree programs
New programs in marketing, public administration and policy, and cybersecurity were created to meet industry and student needs; they are open for enrollment now.
Five faculty-led projects were selected for internal grants of up to $20,000.
El-Souri helps young adults earn their GEDs and tutors middle and high school students.
The bioengineering major got an in-depth look at the technology’s possibilities during her internship experiences.
Dr. Marouane Kessentini, Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science, received a research grant from Lokaksema, Inc.
CECS Student Rodolfo Lozano Awarded Chancellor's Medallion in Recognition of Academic Achievement and Character
Rodolfo Lozano received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree in electrical engineering, graduating with High Distinction.
Erica Magnuson, UM-Dearborn Mechanical Engineering, student has received the prestigious $10,000 Alan Mulally Scholarship, awarded to only ten students around the country.
Dr. Rajeev Agrawal, a Computer Scientist from the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, visited the CIS department and gave a distinguished research seminar on "Custom Visualization of Scientific Phenomenon".
Lecturer Terry Ostrom’s 5,000-piece collection of museum-grade minerals, panned gold and fossils was donated to UM-Dearborn’s Department of Natural Sciences.
Mechanical and bioengineering student Jasnoor Singh is a member of the award-winning UM-Ann Arbor dance team.
UM-Dearborn researcher’s discovery could allow for widespread distribution of an alternative energy resource.
Professor Andrian Marcus from The University of Texas at Dallas visited the CIS department and gave a distinguished research seminar on "Using Text Retrieval in Software Engineering The Story of a Research Idea".
The honorees were highlighted during the university’s annual Alumni Difference Makers Awards Ceremony.
Prof. DeLean Tolbert was recognized last month at DAPCEP’s 6th Annual Real McCoy Awards.
Sami Ben-Romdhane, VP & Fellow of Platform & Infrastructure Architecture, eBay, visited the CIS department to discuss potential research collaboration and gave a talk at the CECS Industrial Speaker Series.
Undergraduates are doing a variety of research across all four colleges, increasing their confidence in academic pursuits and helping them make an impact in the community.
The CIS department held a special distinguished seminar in honor of Dr. Bill Grosky for his 16 years of service as CIS chair. The seminar featured the distinguished speaker Dr. Farshad Fotouhi, dean of the College of Engineering and professor of computer science at Wayne State University.
Total enrollment is a record 9,339 students, bolstered by large freshman class, strong retention and increases in transfer and graduate enrollment.
New facility will advance engineering education
Dr. André Weimerskirch, VP Cyber Security at Lear Corporation, visited the CIS department to give a distinguished seminar on V2V security and privacy.
Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate student Muhammad Tayyab won first prize for his poster in the graduate student category.
The longtime mechanical engineering lecturer died Sept. 11.
Matt Vanitallie, the Founder and CEO of Sema - an R&D company using machine learning and other cutting-edge techniques to improve legacy software, visited the CIS department to give a talk around Automated Legacy Software Maintenance through Machine Learning.
The Student and Professional Shop in the Manufacturing Systems Engineering Lab (MSEL) high bay opened Sept. 11.
A partnership with GE and Workforce Opportunity Services offered participants academic training, work-study—and full-time job offers at GE as Java developers.
Two sessions are available for registration: Session I runs October-November 2017; Session II runs March 2018.