His nearly 25-year career with UM-Dearborn has included developing programs for community involvement, managing the community organic garden and creating new field trip options for area schools.
Faculty and staff volunteers participated in the university’s first Community Emergency Response Team training exercise this summer.
Player enjoyment doesn’t lead to in-app purchases according to UM-Dearborn faculty’s Pokémon Go research
Marketing Assistant Professor Philipp Rauschnabel recently surveyed 600 Pokémon Go players to study consumer attitudes and purchasing behavior of the popular augmented reality game.
The Annual Young Authors’ Festival will take place Nov. 11 at Mardigian Library.
Smith is part of the leadership team of a national online chemistry network that recently received a $1.1M grant from the National Science Foundation.
Shumaker has served as interim campus ITS director since December.
View recent event recaps, like the Take Takeover at Automation Alley and Cybersecurity Roundtable, and information on upcoming events for students and faculty.
The Bicentennial Detroit Seminar and Bicentennial Founding Ceremony will take place Friday, September 15.
This summer, CEHHS Professor Bonnie Beyer traveled to Havana, Cuba and San Juan, Puerto Rico along with other members of the International Council of Professors of Educational Leadership.
New security cameras are one part of the university’s strategy to improve safety through preparation, prevention and responsiveness.
Dr. Di Ma and Dr. Brahim Medjahed, together with their Ford research collaborator Dr. Pramita Mitra, provided a panel talk on "Navigating security and privacy in next-generation of mobility" in Automation Alley Tech Takeover program.
The event brought together over a dozen faculty members to showcase their research in the areas of autonomous/connected vehicles, vehicle electronics, and cybersecurity.
What's a professor to do when, at the end of a course's first class session, the students begin rapping in unison on the seminar room desktops? Ask Dr. Paul Fossum: This was one of the cultural curiosities he encountered during his time as a guest professor in Germany.
The College of Education, Health, and Human Services' team enjoyed a day of fun and fellowship during its annual retreat at The Henry hotel in Dearborn.
Dr. Qiang Zhu has been named chair of the Department of Computer and Information Science.
The Department of Literature, Philosophy and the Arts is proud to announce that our Administrative Specialist was recently awarded the Exceptional Service Award.
Professor Kim Killu has been appointed Faculty Ombudsperson at the University of Michigan. Her appointment will run through the Summer of 2020.
Dr. Di Ma and Dr. Jinhua Guo, together with Dr. Yujian Fu from Alabama A&M University, organized the 3rd online Faculty Workshop on Pervasive and Mobile Computing Security.
Freshly Pressed highlights books written or edited by members of the University of Michigan-Dearborn community.
This month we highlight the recent accomplishments of Marty Hershock, Laura Shelp, Matthew Speck, Claudia Walters and Tommy Williams.
News from the Office of Metropolitan Impact: Metro Detroit Nature Network, seed grants, Concert of Colors
OMI announces seed grant recipients, recaps Urban Bird Treaty signing and Concert of Colors.
First round of campus grant applications due August 15.
The new Business and Foundation Engagement initiative will serve as the central point of entry for corporations and foundations that are interested in investments, partnerships and/or collaboration with UM-Dearborn.
The HLC will visit campus as part of its Fourth Year Standard Pathway Comprehensive Evaluation. UM-Dearborn is currently seeking public comment in advance of the visit.
Economics Professor Patricia Smith’s research looks at U.S. fast food consumption across socioeconomic groups
Research shows the frequency of fast-food consumption is about the same across socioeconomic groups, with the middle class eating the most.