New programs in marketing, public administration and policy, and cybersecurity were created to meet industry and student needs; they are open for enrollment now.
Colleagues remember James E. Gruber as a “gentle, but fierce” voice for people silenced by discrimination and prejudice
Decades before the #MeToo Movement, Gruber — who passed away June 26 — put the spotlight on equity and gender-based discrimination and worked tirelessly to do something about it.
The program responds to both student interest and industry demand; Enrollment is open now.
A deeper focus on student engagement and college preparedness is making this fall’s orientation day for incoming students both more practical and fun.
What began as a course research paper has turned into an opportunity to educate and connect on an international scale.
Professor Aaron Ahuvia receives international lifetime achievement award for pioneering research on brand love
In the marketing world, the College of Business Professor is as recognizable as the big-name brands that he studies.
As the university’s vision for the next decade starts to take shape, we break down the major opportunities and challenges ahead.
The City of Westland and UM-Dearborn are banking on a pairing of sports and technology to keep young women dreaming big about STEM.
A major healthcare provider in the area gets a chance to scout emerging UM-Dearborn talent. Health and Human Services students score a rare paid internship experience. We’re calling this one a win-win.
The $162 million operating budget includes an 11.4 percent increase in overall existing financial aid programs.
Little was one of the longest serving faculty members at UM-Dearborn — and one of its most colorful.
An international initiative in a College of Business classroom provided knowledge, experiential learning in entrepreneurship
Students — guided by their professor, mentors and experienced multicultural business owners — assessed global product expansion by working directly with African business owners.
The English language proficiency instructor is used to helping international students adjust to life in a different country. Now, she’s preparing to walk a mile in their shoes.
Led by Professor Emeritus Orin Gelderloos, UM-Dearborn's “salad bar course" — with its cattails, elderberry, mint and more — is more than nutritious; it teaches students how to understand and interact with local nature.
An experimental pilot program in the College of Business gives professional role to undergraduate students
Using an experiential learning model, a new business administration course partners students and industry to deliver a win-win.
With support from UM-Dearborn and other community partners, Dearborn’s Fordson High School is shaking up how it thinks of a high school education.
A natural way to learn: UM-Dearborn Environmental Interpretive Center educators offer summer programs
Taught by staff and students, the line-up includes bird watching, tree identification, gardening and more.
Ulbrich, who started May 15, brings nearly 20 years of higher education development experience to the role.
Freshly Pressed: Economics Professor Bruce Pietrykowski’s book shows readers that there are alternative ways to describe and imagine the world of work
Pietrykowski offers explanation of the changing work environment in an era of increased income inequality and technological change.
A collaboration between UM-Dearborn engineering seniors and North Star Reach camp means kids with special medical needs aren’t left on the sidelines.
The veteran computer science professor is carving out creative new approaches in both undergraduate and graduate education.
Law enforcement leader Gary Gorski is named chief of police and director of public safety; UM-Dearborn Interim Police Captain Jim Knittel will serve as deputy chief.
Former NASA astronaut and UM-Dearborn Dean Tony England encourages graduates to aim high: “If we can go to the moon, we can…you fill in the blank”
More than 1100 participated during Sunday’s commencement ceremony at U-M’s Crisler Center.
The first-of-its-kind research study, which was published in the Journal of Business Research, seeks to better understand where the privacy line is when it comes to new technology.
For Bylund, an engineering education has not only radically changed his life’s path. It’s fundamentally transformed how he looks at his place in the world.