College of Education, Health, and Human Services
CEHHS' Kyle Ralston receives Chancellor's Medallion Award
He is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Services with a concentration in Public Health, with high distinction.
Donors’ generosity helps students navigate COVID-19 hardships
The UM-Dearborn community comes together to support students affected by the current pandemic.
University of Michigan-Dearborn modifies policies to assist current and prospective students during coronavirus pandemic
To support students and help them prepare for success today and in the future, the university modified some admissions and registration process policies.
College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters
'I will forever Go Blue!'
Sunday was a big day for many in the UM-Dearborn community — nearly 1100 students graduated. Although there wasn’t a physical ceremony, the community rallied to recognize their achievement.
Starting this fall, HHS now will offer students a single nimble major with three professionally focused concentrations.
Kaitlyn Harder has earned a reputation as a no-nonsense professor. And her students love her for it.
The first cohort of Ed.D. students are helping others follow in their footsteps
Associate Professor Anda Botoseneanu’s recent research reveals why some combinations of chronic diseases can be particularly dangerous.
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, and College of Education, Health, and Human Services—are offering three new certificate programs that will add expertise and understanding.
The UM-Dearborn lecturer and Downriver middle school teacher believes the key to students learning to love science is letting them do it.
Rachel Marple was recognized as 2018 Chancellor's Medallion recipient during the Winter 2018 University of Michigan-Dearborn's commencement ceremony.
UM-Dearborn honored twenty-four CEHHS students during the 36th annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards ceremony.
The Commission for Women awarded Dr. Martha Adler, associate professor of reading and language arts in the College of Education, Health, and Human Services at the University of Michigan – Dearborn, the Susan B. Anthony’s Campus Award on April 3, 2018.
Watters started a full-time position as director of youth and family development at Joy-Southfield Community Development Corporation in January.
UM-Dearborn faculty, staff and students are helping the Healthy Dearborn coalition take on its biggest challenge yet: tackling the city’s health disparities.
Social Work Assistant Professor Jessica Camp is calling for a paradigm shift in how we support those with mental illnesses
Education Associate Professor Karen Thomas-Brown is working to build-up Detroit’s teacher roster from the inside.
Public Health Student Society organized a town hall with local experts to discuss one of the nation's largest drug epidemics and healthcare crises.
The Jean and Ken Simpson Professional Development Series for Educators provides impactful insights and practical strategies for the classroom
UM-Dearborn recognizes faculty and students at 36th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony
The university honored seven faculty members and nearly 100 students during the March 27 event.
Gretchen Whitmer is the keynote speaker for the April 3 event, which will recognize the work of Associate Professor Martha Adler and filmmaker Sophia Kruz.
UM-Dearborn students experience the power of the Black History 101 Mobile Museum.
Some tough intro classes, like macroeconomics, pre-calculus and intro psychology, are getting major makeovers.
UM-Dearborn recognized Kelsey Griffin as CEHHS Chancellor's Medallion Award recipient during the university's commencement ceremony on December 16.
CEHHS graduate Kelsey Griffin looks at ways to educate, better lives of others through health policy work
Griffin worked with FoodLab Detroit and started UM-Dearborn’s on-campus food recovery network.
Three alumni from first cohort of the UM-Dearborn's doctoral program are building a path of success by achieving awards and publishing books.
As she taught herself how to live with Lupus, Harris supported others in their journey too.
The programs for behavioral therapy are a response to the State of Michigan’s call to action to fill a community need for more ABA professionals.
The honorees were highlighted during the university’s annual Alumni Difference Makers Awards Ceremony.