These UM-Dearborn graduate students are working to close an important opportunity gap in STEAM education.
Martin, a criminal justice and criminology major with a French minor, will enroll in the international crime and justice graduate program at City University of New York’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice after graduating this month.
Gifts totaled over $100,000, a more than 50 percent increase in gifts from last year.
Sell shares how her U-M art education influenced her both personally and professionally.
UM-Dearborn was well represented among the awards given at the 27th Annual National Philanthropy Day Dinner, held by Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Detroit Chapter earlier this month.
The nontraditional student support program celebrates two decades by bringing SOAR alumni, students, faculty and staff together.
From student success to campus transformations, the Victors for UM-Dearborn celebration showcased the impact of the four-year campaign
CASL alumnus Jeffrey Golota is excited to sponsor, once again, CASL's annual Sargon Partners Undergraduate Research Showcase and Faculty Research Slam.
Christian Ledford thought he understood the principles of criminal justice. A Public Affairs summer internship led him to "ask bigger question on complex issue."
Celebrating Donors honors our amazing our amazing supporters and recognizes the significant impact their philanthropy has on our students and our campus.
Experiences, faculty inspire students to pursue careers in medicine
Young alumnae create fund that honors their education at UM-Dearborn and looks toward the future
Diverse Intelligences Initiative to fund project on Primates in Virtual Space
Associate professor of accounting Kirk Philipich has long been impressed with the dedication, hard work and talent of the student athletes here on our campus. He is a big fan on the sidelines, but wanted to do something more than just cheer on the teams. He created the SLAAM Scholarship.
The first cohort of Ed.D. students are helping others follow in their footsteps
Gift, experience enhance student’s personal and professional outlook
The grant, funded through the Building Bridges Program of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Arts, supports the expansion of ‘Halal Metropolis.’
The gift, which was announced at the Engineering Lab Building groundbreaking, will establish the Omron Robotics and Human Factors Lab and the Omron Endowed Scholarship in Electrical Engineering.
College can be challenging enough, but its stressors are compounded when you add a financial emergency into the mix. A new scholarship provides a bridge between unexpected scenarios and earning a degree.
Nine Opportunity Scholars took part in the program, which promotes community service, develops leadership skills, and creates strong bonds among its participants.
Brandi Wingate first discovered the field of engineering through DAPCEP in high school. UM-Dearborn’s small classes and academic excellence convinced her it was the right place to pursue her dream. Receiving a Kurajian scholarship helped make it possible.
Kevin H. McKervey Memorial Scholarship invests in the next generation
The Jean and Ken Simpson Professional Development Series for Educators provides impactful insights and practical strategies for the classroom
CASL student Beth Lundy examines the work of Irena Sendler, who saved the lives of 2,500 Jewish children during World War II.
CECS graduate students traveled to Australia as part of a highly selective MIT Entrepreneurship Bootcamp. Donor support helped make that trip possible.