Your connection to the University of Michigan-Dearborn | Fall 2018

Legacy Fall 2018

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Technology
Technology
Talking Tech with Teri Takai
Thank you, Victors for UM-Dearborn
Victors for UM-Dearborn
With Our Appreciation
JASS Clinical Professor Jim Gilmore
Faculty Research
All In with JASS Clinical Professor Jim Gilmore
Virtual reality illustration
Illustration by: James Yang
Faculty Research
Eye on Research: Virtual Reality
Chancellor Domenico Grasso
Chancellor Domenico Grasso is ready to lead the university forward, fueled by his favorite lunch — a classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Campus Life
Smarter Together
Author R.J. Fox
Alumni Engagement
Five Lessons Learned with R.J. Fox
Brian Surowiec
Alumni Engagement
The Last Straw You'll Ever Buy
Working in Tech Illustration
UM-Dearborn alumni help us keep up with the tech revolution.
Technology
Homespun Tech Talents
Charlotte Burkes at a bioretention garden
Project Manager Charlotte Burkes worked with Assistant Professor Natalie Sampson and several partners to assess perceptions and the impact of the bioretention garden in Detroit’s Warrendale neighborhood as part of a green infrastructure research collaboration.
Metropolitan Impact
More to the Story
Wolverines enjoyed music, games and prizes at the Homecoming Tailgate prior to the start of the men's ice hockey game.
Alumni Engagement
Homecoming 2018
Chancellor Domenico Grasso often bikes to work from his home in Dearborn.
Chancellor
Nine More Things to Know about Chancellor Grasso
Associate Professor Xi Chen
Faculty Research
Summer Sabbatical
UM-Dearborn Bloomberg Terminal
Experiential Learning
A Solid Investment for COB Students
Associate Professor Marouane Kessentini and research students
Faculty Research
Catching Up with Tunisia's Top Researcher
Ranae Heuer
Alumni Engagement
Hitting the End Zone with a Clear Message
Gameful learning illustration
Campus Life
Gameful Learning
Permaculture garden illustration
Sustainability
An Edible Garden
UM-Dearborn Summer Undergraduate Research Experience
Biochemistry student Alhassan Hashem worked with Physical Sciences Associate Professor Sheila Smith on research that could help scientists better understand the biochemical footprint of essential proteins in eggs.
Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research Gets a Bold New Look

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