The admissions customer service associate was chosen from nearly 700 MHealthy champions for her long-standing commitment to staff wellness.
These UM-Dearborn graduate students are working to close an important opportunity gap in STEAM education.
Martin, a criminal justice and criminology major with a French minor, will enroll in the international crime and justice graduate program at City University of New York’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice after graduating this month.
As she closes in on graduation, Tapp talks about why she’s drawn to one of the most intense career choices in the health and human services field.
Curbing climate change and sustainably supplying food, water and energy among top challenges environmental engineering can help address
These challenges call for new and expanded roles for environmental engineers, says a new report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Chancellor Domenico Grasso served as chair of the committee that wrote the report.
One College of Business course is teaching students how to problem solve with the help of a classic modeling clay
Students in ENT 400 engage in a rapid prototyping exercise to create, receive feedback and immediately modify their products.
Students gain appreciation for Spanish peninsular culture and history through food in one UM-Dearborn course
SPN 321 creates a tasty dish that mixes education, collaboration and appreciation.
To say that the automotive systems engineering master’s student came out of nowhere to claim the cash prize and an internship at Nissan isn’t overselling it.
At universities across the country, mental health services are in more demand than ever. But getting effective help doesn’t always require going to a therapist.
With 18 years HR experience, the UM-Dearborn alumna took on this newest leadership role in November.
The annual eCities study recognizes 181 Michigan communities — including four standouts — developing a positive entrepreneurial climate.
Sell shares how her U-M art education influenced her both personally and professionally.
With kindness as a guide, Institutional Advancement staff member Laura Gabriel focused on sharing and spreading goodwill during a MHealthy campaign.
Buried within UM-Dearborn’s state-of-the-art Engineering Lab Building, an old-school technology is still king.
More than 500 undergraduates from Michigan and the MENA region participated in the virtual exchange program and pitch competition, with UM-Dearborn senior Annahita Akbarifard’s team taking the top spot.
The veteran UM-Dearborn professor, who died earlier this month, was an icon of the Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering department.
UM-Dearborn faculty are exploring the promise of creating hybrid language courses that pair class time with digital learning
The nontraditional student support program celebrates two decades by bringing SOAR alumni, students, faculty and staff together.
A personal experience led senior Lena Rammouni to seek out research opportunities that help doctors and clients build better relationships. And a campus lab helped her create something that doctors are now using to do just that.
Ford’s Chief Economist Emily Kolinski Morris (’90 B.A.) will address UM-Dearborn graduates during two ceremonies at the university's Fieldhouse.
From student success to campus transformations, the Victors for UM-Dearborn celebration showcased the impact of the four-year campaign
Chahine launched the new student org — which already has a roster of nearly 70 — after doing her own market research and looking at potential member ROI.
The Research Experiences for Undergraduates, a National Science Foundation-sponsored program that takes place annually at the university, showcases opportunities and provides connections to students like junior Taima Younes.
UM-Dearborn students have become a key part of a team that gives military veterans the star treatment at Michigan home football games.
Cleaning up messy legacy software is a bane of companies big and small, but it’s long been considered an unclimbable mountain. Has this UM-Dearborn faculty member finally found a solution?