Faculty and Staff News

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10/29/2018
The Michigan Political Almanac website, organized by Associate Professor Tim Kiska, is a one-stop shop for information about elected officials and candidates.
10/29/2018
Heatlie will help the office continue to uphold a nondiscriminatory and harassment-free learning, research and work environment. She began Oct. 15.
10/22/2018
The U-M Board of Regents approved one-year extensions for College of Education, Health, and Human Services Dean Ann Lampkin-Williams and College of Engineering and Computer Science Dean Anthony England.
10/22/2018
Two-factor authentication is coming to all campus employees; ITS Service Desk in the library is on the move; and AppsAnywhere brings application streaming to campus.
10/22/2018
New appointments, retirement memoirs and more highlights from the Oct. 18 Board of Regents meeting.
10/22/2018
The Staff Senate's top three priorities for calendar year 2019 are campus safety, employee morale, and professional development.
10/21/2018
Catch up with happenings around campus and news you can use in the Staff Senate's summary news section.
10/20/2018
On September 14, 2018 James DeVaney and Sonya Jacobs sent an email with resources for staff who continue learning. Here is there message and other great learning resources for staff.
10/19/2018
The method helped catch a serial killer earlier this year, but Shelton said there are moral and ethical concerns raised on who can access raw DNA information. He is one of 13 faculty set to discuss their research at the CASL Faculty Research Slam this Friday.
10/16/2018
Brown Bag Series on Stress Management - Oct 30, Jan 17, Apr 10
10/12/2018
This month we get to know librarian Holly Sorscher; registration opens for our Young Authors’ Festival; and you can treat yourself to a scary movie from the library’s Browsing Collection or check out one of our new databases.
10/12/2018
See what your colleagues have been up to and submit your own good news.
10/12/2018
Decision Science Assistant Professor Wayne Fu’s research shows that business production practices do change with updated information and improved awareness — even when regulation doesn’t require it.
10/8/2018
The veteran educational researcher and two-time UM-Dearborn alumna is the university's new executive director of institutional effectiveness and research.
10/8/2018
The LulzBot Taz 6 is centrally located and available for all current UM-Dearborn students, faculty and staff to use.
10/8/2018
Studies suggest that clear communication from organizations during recruitment may result in more effective future employee-organization relationships.
10/8/2018
The three-campus event is one of U-M’s biggest single-day fundraisers. But it’s also helping colleges and student organizations build long-lasting development skills.
10/1/2018
Whether you’re looking for compelling photos of commencement or your favorite spot on campus, it’s now quicker than ever to find the perfect shot.
10/1/2018
UM-Dearborn named Tim Wiley interim chief of police and director of public safety as a new reporting structure is introduced for greater collaboration.
9/28/2018
Applications for the first round of Campus Grants for the 2018-2019 academic year will be accepted now through Oct. 15 at 5 p.m. Learn more about the grant opportunities, plus read about the more than $700K in recent external grants received.
9/28/2018
Eligible individuals may change their medical, dental, vision and legal plans during this time.
9/28/2018
The assistant director — a major force behind this week’s Homecoming events — gives advice on how to ‘live your best life’ on campus, in the office and at the game.
9/26/2018
Staff members Nina Loveberry and Sandra Frolich play a big part in the success of CWP.
9/21/2018
UM-Dearborn News and Reporter now will publish updates from the monthly Board of Regents’ meeting. Look for the latest news on the Monday following each meeting.
9/21/2018
UM-Dearborn faculty are helping a Detroit resident push his Green Energy Village concept — rows and rows of energy-generating wind-turbine and solar panel-equipped sculptures — to a near-reality on Detroit’s east side.

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