For the 29th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, 300-plus people gathered remotely and in-person to do more than 10 projects that included knitting hats and scarves to keep people in our community warm, assembling meals for the hungry and more.
U-M’s Chief Health Officer talked about why she’s optimistic that in-person learning is a safe bet at UM-Dearborn, even during the Omicron surge.
UM-Dearborn's DEI Climate Survey for the campus community launches Wednesday, Jan. 19.
The UM-Dearborn ECRT website has tools available to answer questions and to provide available resources regarding instances of sexual and gender-based misconduct, as well as other forms of discrimination and discriminatory harassment.
Teaching about child maltreatment and trauma takes a special awareness for how close to home the topic can hit for many students.
Bringing together specialists from different disciplines is increasingly where the action is in academia. But that kind of collaboration doesn’t happen all by itself.
Center for Social Justice and Inclusion Director Shareia Carter is an advocate. She’s also always looking for ways to help others and educate through her service and live-and-learn lessons.
U-M students from Dearborn and Ann Arbor focused on the 18th-century River Raisin Settlement, the site of the War of 1812's Battle of the River Raisin, in Anthropology Associate Professor John Chenoweth’s field study course.
Students in the IMSE 382 manufacturing course really delivered for the holidays.
UM-Dearborn hosted five ceremonies and conferred nearly 800 degrees over the weekend.
The software engineering graduate talks about being the first person in his family to earn a college degree and the future of the virtual reality field.
The College of Business course HRM 406: Talent Acquisition and Management helps people become more effective in recruiting and selecting employees. Here are three top take-a-ways from the class.
The public health graduate talks about rolling with the punches, the payoff and pain of changing majors, and planning for life without a plan.
Having lived in three different countries before transferring to UM-Dearborn, Biological Sciences major Beatriz Bruza said she was attracted to the cultural diversity of campus and Michigan's reputation for high standards. As she heads into graduation, Bruza says she picked the right school.
The campus is moving quickly to implement improvements to lighting and building systems that will help us meet our carbon neutrality goals, with even bigger projects on the horizon.
From simplifying business processes at a Fortune 500 company to connecting nonprofit organizations so they can share research and resources, this Supply Chain Management major enjoys discovering ways to improve the world around her.
A UM-Dearborn student’s doctoral research is helping educators be more capable advocates for Native American students impacted by the legacy of Indian Boarding Schools.
Get to know Executive Writer Carl Paulus, a Michigan alumnus, persuasive writer and civic-minded communicator, who works to inspire the leaders and best.
To acknowledge the number of strong medallion candidates among UM-Dearborn's top graduates, three medallion recipients were awarded per college. Here are the CECS and COB winners — along with the Class of Fall 2021 student speaker.
UM-Dearborn student Penny Kane won campus’ first Policy Pitch Competition, where students presented public policy changes they'd like to see at the local level and beyond.
To acknowledge the number of strong medallion candidates among UM-Dearborn’s top graduates, three medallions recipients are awarded per college starting with our Fall 2021 alumni — with one of those students receiving the top Chancellor’s Medallion.
Commencement will take place at UM-Dearborn’s Fieldhouse with several small ceremonies occurring on Dec. 18 and 19. Get the details.
Changing times in higher education call for new approaches. We break down how ideas from our strategic planning process are creating a new chapter at UM-Dearborn.
Nearly 70 staff members were recognized for outstanding acts and achievements at the 2021 Chancellor’s Staff Recognition Awards.
The student organization Pride works to create welcoming inclusive spaces — and has expanded outreach efforts to create hybrid connection opportunities. Their goals include promotion of the self-affirmation, dignity and equality of people, especially those who identify as queer.