04/04/2022

Data ethics for the digital education age

The Hub’s Autumm Caines walks us through some important privacy and data ethics issues facing universities as more learning goes online. ...
03/30/2022

Faculty Book Recs: Associate Professor Amy Brainer

In this first installment of the 'Faculty Book Recs' series, Associate Professor Amy Brainer provides two interesting non-fiction recommendations reflective of her own experiences and research. ...
03/28/2022

The changing nature of corporate social responsibility

With record inflation, a lingering pandemic, supply chain concerns and sanctions on Russia, can business leaders still focus on corporate social responsibility when so much is threatening their bottom lines? Assistant Professor Justin Ames weighs in....
03/23/2022

Closing COVID’s other learning gap

UM-Dearborn alum and school superintendent Youssef Mosallam talks about how his district is helping kids adjust socially and emotionally as they return to in-person learning....
03/21/2022

‘Ungrading’ doesn’t necessarily mean no grades. So what does it mean?

Associate Professor Emily Luxon talks about how ungrading works in her classroom and why it’s making her courses better....
03/14/2022

Teachers at the breaking point

A UM-Dearborn education expert breaks down how teaching became a profession in crisis, and why she still has hope for the future....
03/02/2022

My first (pandemic) job: Software engineer Farzana Fariha

We kick off a series on the work lives of recent grads, whose post-graduation careers have happened entirely during the pandemic....
11/15/2021

Pushing your best work beyond academia

Associate Professor Dara Hill recently made a short documentary based on her research to reach audiences other than her fellow academics. It’s also helped renew her enthusiasm for the work....
11/01/2021

Should we view cyberattacks as acts of war?

A UM-Dearborn cybersecurity expert and international affairs expert talk about how nation state cyberattacks are confounding calculations in international affairs....
10/11/2021

How the pandemic experience is pushing teaching into the future

A UM-Dearborn statistics professor shares how the sudden shift to remote education pushed him to make his statistics classes more relevant to students....