05/23/2022

The diversity of human experience explored through digital storytelling

U.S. Fulbright Scholar Award recipient Kristian Stewart, a Composition and Rhetoric collegiate lecturer, is about to embark on a new adventure to Greece in the name of digital literacy education and connecting people through personal narratives....
03/15/2022

Everything vs. Gen Z

Sociology Professor Pamela Aronson, who’s spoken to media outlets like BBC, Salon and Vox about the pandemic’s effect on the transition to adulthood, shares research and advice on how more established adults can help Generation Z create pathways to success...
03/09/2022

Should the price of gas fuel presidential performance ratings?

Political Science Associate Professor Julio Borquez says many factors go into a president’s approval rating and breaks down the factors behind Biden's current polling numbers. He also shares what we, as voters, can do to foster a future where polarization ...
03/07/2022

Putting research in the driver's seat

College of Business Assistant Professor Wayne Fu’s research has looked into car warranties for a decade. His discoveries provide manufacturers with important data for their decision-making processes — and Fu shares if he, as a consumer, would buy an extend...
03/02/2022

Computing beyond the cloud

Assistant Professor Zheng Song explains how edge computing will help realize the dream of an "Internet of Things."...
02/28/2022

Professor preserves Arab American stories by restoring forgotten history

Nearly a decade ago, CASL faculty member Hani Bawardi joined the preservation effort to restore the forgotten history of the oldest Arabic-speaking settlement in the U.S., located on Washington Street in New York City — and recently scored a $1.5 million g...
02/21/2022

Better curbscapes, brought to you by math

Assistant Professor Armagan Bayram hopes her mathematical modeling can bring order to a notoriously contested city environment....
02/16/2022

Rock. Water. Metamorphism.

Geology Professor Sven Morgan's scientific research — funded by more than $500,000 from a National Science Foundation grant — brings nature and nurture together by looking to prove a hypothesis on why land masses form while also expanding career interests ...
02/09/2022

The Love Connection

In honor of Valentine’s Day, Marketing Professor Aaron Ahuvia explains what makes a brand a good match, why people feel love for things and the science that's behind it....
02/07/2022

Confronting special education’s race problem

Students of color are disproportionately misidentified with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders, often altering the course of their lives. A UM-Dearborn professor is trying to help teachers be part of the solution....