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Enjoy the following Q&A with Belinda Soliz, Administrative Specialist, Department of Social Sciences.
Enjoy the following Q&A with Prof. Wellman as she talks about the publication of her book and her current research.
The National Science Foundation awards campus faculty with $1.44 million to create a STEM Scholars program that tailors impactful education practices — like research, cohorts, professional development and more — for lower-income, high talent students to bridge a gap that exists in science fields.
UM-Dearborn professor and educational reformer Seong Hong has dedicated her career to constructivism, a dynamic theory of learning that’s long been the antidote to the “factory” model of PreK-12 education.
A UM-Dearborn statistics professor shares how the sudden shift to remote education pushed him to make his statistics classes more relevant to students.
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.
Benjamin Wielechowski’s newly published “Introduction to Narrative Journalism” shows off the exciting capabilities of the new generation of open educational resources.
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.
College of Business professors Wayne Fu and Hung-Chung Su want to improve the supply chain process so that it can better weather catastrophic circumstances. The faculty mentored COB senior Siddharth Patel in researching one potential financial solution for the manufacturing industry.
U-M recognizes Professor Marilee Benore’s mentorship and inclusive practices by honoring her with the Carol Hollenshead Inspire Award for Excellence in Promoting Equity and Social Change.
Enjoy the following Q&A with Lindsay Siesel, Administrative Assistant, Department of Language, Culture, and Communication; Department of Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts; Honors Program.
Vice Provost for Research Armen Zakarian breaks down why we may look back at this as a turning-point year for UM-Dearborn’s research enterprise.
Recent work by UM-Dearborn education faculty takes a look at the power of a unique learning garden project that’s Detroit-grown.
Check out whose work is getting funded, find new funding opportunities, and learn about ways UM-Dearborn can support your next project.
Simone Dixon is UM-Dearborn’s first Project Manager for Violence Prevention and Response Initiatives. Learn more about Dixon, her role and how she knew UM-Dearborn was the place for her.
The TRP Grants will be part of the UM-Dearborn Competitive Campus Grants programs
Colleagues and former students share their memories of the longtime education lecturer who died earlier this month.
CASL welcomes four new full-time faculty members this fall.
Professor Marie Waung explores what’s on the horizon for the 21st century workspace, and gives suggestions for supervisors on how to support their teams’ return-to-work shifts.
The Hub’s Sarah Silverman talks about how to have productive team meetings if some of you are remote, and some are in the office.
In the latest installment of Campus Colleagues, read about Homecoming highlights, Alumni Engagement Director Cris Frendo’s favorite Michigan Stadium memory and lessons she’s learned over the past 17 months.
See whose work is getting funded, learn about helpful resources and workshops for faculty, and browse the latest funding opportunities in the August update from the Office of Research.
Two UM-Dearborn human-centered design experts break down why designing products that don’t leave some people on the sidelines takes a more empathetic approach to engineering.
UM-Dearborn professors land a U-M Graham Sustainability Institute catalyst grant to work with Detroit residents on how overlooked alleys can be re-imagined to reflect local history and needs, while also addressing multiple sustainability goals.