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11/17/2021
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.
11/17/2021
A new NSF-funded project from two UM-Dearborn computer scientists is taking aim at an often overlooked challenge in scientific research.
11/15/2021
Lecturer Patrick Keyes, who teaches UM-Dearborn’s Small Business Management course and is an entrepreneur, understands struggles associated with business ownership and has a few ideas on how to work through them.
11/15/2021
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.
11/10/2021
Leaders from the education department talk about why so many of our graduates are flocking to serve districts where it’s hardest to recruit teachers.
11/8/2021
Storing renewable energy is crucial to solving the climate crisis. A UM-Dearborn professor explains how alternative liquid fuels might address challenges batteries can’t.
11/5/2021
The new Seen Jeem podcast highlights Arab and Arab American authors by providing a dedicated space to discuss their writing and to read excerpts from their work. The 15-episode podcast features a range of creative writing mediums and includes many award-winning writers.
11/3/2021
Campus leaders created a whole new study abroad model — and made it open to all undergraduate students in a desirable location at an affordable cost.
11/3/2021
The assistive technology demonstrates the potential of lower-cost eye tracking technology for helping artists with disabilities.
11/1/2021
Student Affairs Assistant Director Kristine Day shares lessons she’s learned from family, colleagues and experience.
11/1/2021
A UM-Dearborn cybersecurity expert and international affairs expert talk about how nation state cyberattacks are confounding calculations in international affairs.
10/27/2021
Spiders are all over your home and in your yard. Associate Professor Anne Danielson-Francois, a renowned spider expert, says that’s a good thing. Hear her out.
10/25/2021
Here are a few of our favorite things.
10/25/2021
Content editors of the website, rejoice! An upgraded content management system is headed your way. Here’s why that matters (for all of us).
10/20/2021
Professor Ulrich Kamp is using 90 years of images to visually show how the glaciers in the Andes of Southern Peru are rapidly melting — and hopes seeing is believing. His research is one of nine faculty projects highlighted in CASL's Faculty Research Slam on Oct. 28.
10/18/2021
The Office of Metropolitan Impact is instrumental in organizing SEMI Wild and its career and education pathway program that connects underrepresented youth to organizations like UM-Dearborn, the Detroit Zoological Society, Belle Isle Nature Center and others.
10/18/2021
For this year’s DTE E-Challenge, an interdisciplinary team of faculty and students will leverage everything from artificial intelligence to “shaming” to reduce our energy footprint.
10/13/2021
The National Science Foundation awards campus faculty with $1.44 million to create a STEM Scholars program that tailors impactful education practices — like research, cohorts, professional development and more — for lower-income, high talent students to bridge a gap that exists in science fields.
10/13/2021
UM-Dearborn professor and educational reformer Seong Hong has dedicated her career to constructivism, a dynamic theory of learning that’s long been the antidote to the “factory” model of PreK-12 education.
10/11/2021
Campus’ international student population is rebounding after a pandemic decline, thanks to students who share their positive experiences and to dedicated faculty and staff.
10/11/2021
A UM-Dearborn statistics professor shares how the sudden shift to remote education pushed him to make his statistics classes more relevant to students.
10/6/2021
The new facility solidifies the campus as a regional leader in engineering, with 45 labs dedicated to core and emerging disciplines.
10/6/2021
UM-Dearborn’s robotics faculty talk about how public expectations for robots are often out of sync with realities of the technology. But that shouldn’t stunt our optimism about the field’s future.
10/4/2021
To encourage physical activities and healthy habits for elementary and middle school students, UM-Dearborn helped land a $100,000 grant to implement the Safe Routes to School Program.
10/4/2021
CECS Engineering Experiential Learning Assistant Director Tony DeLaRosa shares personal and professional stories that show the importance of encouragement, the role of recognition (he’s co-chair for the Chancellor's Staff Recognition Awards) and how life sometimes takes us full circle.

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