Leaving his past behind, William Loesel kept focus on his family and his future to reach his graduation goal.
Economics Professor Patricia Smith’s research looks at U.S. fast food consumption across socioeconomic groups
Research shows the frequency of fast-food consumption is about the same across socioeconomic groups, with the middle class eating the most.
The Master of Science in Business Analytics capstone course pairs students with companies like DTE Electric and Ford Motor Co.
The 30-credit-hour Master of Science in Data Science degree will teach students how to effectively process, analyze, and use massive data collection.
The Behavioral and Experimental Economics and Policy Lab will be used as both a classroom and research space starting this fall.
The Ford Innovation Alliance’s Ford Faculty Internship is a new initiative to foster future research collaboration.
Lampkin-Williams will partner with faculty and staff to develop a strategic plan and shared vision for the college moving forward.
New LGBTQ Studies certificate will explore diverse forms of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression
The 12-credit LGBTQ Studies certificate is available to degree-seeking students or to those who wish to take it as a post-baccalaureate standalone.
Nearly 20 students participated in the Global Brigades-UM-Dearborn chapter’s trip to Honduras, where they helped the international aid organization provide health screenings and demonstrate preventive care.
UM-Dearborn has brought the international exhibit The Wonder of Learning: The Hundred Languages of Children to UM-Ann Arbor as part of the university’s bicentennial. The exhibit runs through August 26.
Students examined digital security of autonomous vehicles and earned top marks in vehicle safety competition. The team earned a regional win at the 25th Enhanced Safety of Vehicles competition, qualifying to represent North America at the international competition.
UM-Dearborn remains committed to providing access to a high-quality higher education experience. The 2018 budget includes an increase of 7.3 percent in overall existing financial aid programs and a 9.4 percent increase in financial aid for Michigan residents.
University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Center for Arab American Studies was awarded a prestigious $100,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to support student research on and community engagement with Arab Americans.
The College of Education, Health, and Human Services (CEHHS) registered behavior technician (RBT) program focuses on ways to enhance the everyday
University of Michigan-Dearborn has named four faculty members as collegiate professors in recognition of their scholarship and teaching.
Chancellor Daniel Little has announced his plan to step down as UM-Dearborn’s chief executive officer at the end of his current term. He intends to leave office June 30, 2018, but will remain a faculty member.
To ensure students are prepared for whatever venture they choose, University of Michigan-Dearborn’s College of Business created the small business management major.
Senior Design Day, which took place last month in the CECS Institute for Advanced Vehicle Systems facility, had nearly 50 student projects showcasing the education the students had gained during their time on campus through poster presentations.
Kassidy Butler was named WHAC Player of the Year shortly after the team clinched a share of its first-ever WHAC regular season title.
As Engineering and Computer Science at UM-Dearborn continues to grow, plans for the new Engineering Lab Building move forward.
There is a need for public safety education—and University of Michigan-Dearborn is responding.
Dr. James R. Downing challenges record number of grads to pursue their passion, make the world a better place
Dr. James R. Downing challenged a record number of UM-Dearborn grads to find their passions and work toward making a better world during the university's commencement ceremony April 30.
Cristian Adam often looks at how can to make the best use of his time. Now with his computer science degree in hand, the Class of 2017 graduate wants to go out and help others find ways to improve their lives too.
A new College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters fund aims to provide support to soon-to-be graduates.