The CASL Advising office welcomes Lynn Grimley to the team! In the following Q & A, learn why Grimley is excited for her new role and shares why she thinks CASL students are unique.
Office of Metropolitan Impact Director Tracy Hall and husband William have been together for more than 30 years. They always thought they were good together, and Michigan Medicine recently confirmed that they really are close to a perfect match.
Jody Pear — administrative assistant by day, interior designer by nights and weekends — shares how to office organize in a way that brings meaning, clarity and joy into your space.
You may know Josh Palmer as the guy who helps run the Talent Gateway program. But Palmer does more than help students develop soft skills and engage in experiential learning from the TG challenges, he pushes himself to get out of his comfort zone too.
There are no confirmed cases in our area, but U-M is taking precautionary measures.
As part of the New Year, New You series, staff member — and Fall 2019 graduate — Bailey Ayers-Korpal shared her experience using the employee tuition assistance programs.
Science and Dr. Marilee Benore are synonymous.
There are new people joining the team, a call for campus grant proposals, and a list of recent external grant recipients.
Associate Professor Wencong Su explains why retrofitting the electric grid to accommodate electric vehicles and wind and solar power is such a complex challenge.
The exhibition series looks at food, politics, cultural celebrations, art and more — whatever allows someone to celebrate their full selves in their halal spaces.
During the second installment of "New Year, New You," Jacklynn Paten encourages you to take a few minutes each day to clear your head to de-stress, re-center and prioritize your mental health.
CASL Connect had an opportunity to chat with Morgan Yuncker about her new role in CASL. Read the interview below to learn more about her new professional adventure.
Assistant Professor Joshua Akers' working paper outlines the housing policies and other factors that have allowed speculative buyers to contribute to neighborhood instability and blight in Detroit.
UM-Dearborn researcher Anda Botoseneanu is digging into whether combinations of common conditions like diabetes, heart disease and depression could leave people vulnerable to dementia later in life.
Maureen Linker stepped into her library director role officially last month. But she’s been working in the scholarly space for some time now and you probably have noticed her student-focused approach.
U-M offers several benefits — from professional development to wellness support — that you may want to check out to support your goals in the new year.
Updates include new positions, shorter terms
Managing a community: Political Science faculty Rusi Sun’s research explores the city manager v. city council struggle.
Conflict is in every job and it’s not always a bad thing. But at the public level — for a community to thrive — it needs to be managed effectively.
UM-Dearborn researchers are making batteries safer
Have a project or idea you need funding for? If so, it’s worth checking out these offerings from the Office of Research.
The big award from the Department of Energy goes to support “high risk, high reward” research in the area of energy innovation. Here’s an overview of what the team from UM-Dearborn plans to tackle.
Get to know Tahnee and why she is so passionate about mentoring our students on their pathways into the healthcare field.
Mardigian Library Participates in the Big Read-Dearborn 2020, hosts Young Authors' Festival
Here is a complete list of who you shared you were thankful for this holiday season. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving break.
From establishing one of the campus' colleges to creating the Talent Gateway, Davy says it's been a fulfilling 10 years.