06/26/2022

Using gardens to teach young people about social issues and social change

Recent work by UM-Dearborn education faculty takes a look at the power of a unique learning garden project that’s Detroit-grown....
06/19/2022

UM-Dearborn students built an art robot that uses your eyes to paint

The assistive technology demonstrates the potential of lower-cost eye tracking technology for helping artists with disabilities....
06/13/2022

It’s Englishes, plural.

Linguistics Professor Daniel Davis’ latest Fulbright project is looking to tell untold chapters of English’s fascinating story in the Philippines....
06/06/2022

Why proteins could make for amazing nanobots

A fascinating new NSF-funded project from UM-Dearborn Assistant Professor Alireza Mohammadi is exploring what proteins and robots may have in common. ...
05/03/2022

Office of Research update: May 2022

Several of your colleagues have landed six-figure grants. Check out who did, along with research resources, available grants and upcoming events in the Office of Research May update....
04/04/2022

Office of Research April 2022 Update

See whose work is getting funded, learn about new grant opportunities, and find resources that can help further your 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....
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....
02/07/2022

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....
01/26/2022

Wait for it...your flying car may still be coming

They could still be decades away, but a UM-Dearborn professor says urban congestion has sparked a new wave of interest in the most famous unrealized technology of all....