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11/30/2020
Students and faculty talk about the challenges and surprising payoffs of their virtual tutoring experiences this semester.
11/30/2020
CASL professor receives $1M grant for project looking to reverse engineer behavior to better understand humans, our primate cousins, and to prepare for future artificial intelligence development.
11/23/2020
Colleagues share their memories of a beloved computer science professor who died earlier this month.
11/18/2020
Dale and Anne Thomson’s Detroit home recently played host to actors Ray Liotta and Benicio Del Toro.
11/17/2020
You’ve probably noticed the house down the street sold in days — over asking — during a recession and a pandemic. COB Associate Professor Lee Redding explains what’s going on.
11/16/2020
University leaders shared their thoughts on how things are going this semester, the state of the budget, and what we can expect in 2021.
11/11/2020
The pandemic hasn't blunted the momentum of faculty and students who are making AI a promising trendline for UM-Dearborn.
11/9/2020
Associate Professor Joshua Akers talks about the Detroit housing crisis on the horizon, what people are doing to help, and why the Dec. 31 eviction moratorium date ignores the reality of increasing COVID case numbers locally and across the nation.
11/9/2020
Recommendations from the teams working on U-M’s carbon neutrality plan reveal how the university could reach its ambitious goal to fight climate change.
11/5/2020
Two UM-Dearborn staff talk about their experience working the polls on Tuesday and why they think everyone should do it at least once.
11/4/2020
Associate Professor Tim Kiska and 20 of his journalism students spent Tuesday night in the Detroit Free Press newsroom assisting with election news coverage and gathering voting results for the too-close-to-call presidential race.
11/4/2020
The COB Internship and Career Management Center and the mentors met within it have a lasting legacy.
11/2/2020
Speaking with Monica recently, she shared personal stories and professional highlights —  including some helpful advice she received from the Dalai Lama.
11/2/2020
Campus receives federal TRIO program funding to help students who are first-gen, low-income or have disabilities navigate college through added mentoring and support programs.
11/2/2020
The belief that all young people are naturally skilled with technology is not only problematic. It can actually undermine student learning.
11/2/2020
Looking at data to see how the pandemic changed the community mental health landscape, one CASL faculty member says people have adjusted to the new virtual environment and telemental health has promise to be an effective delivery service.
10/28/2020
In a year full of surprises, the 2020 presidential election results might be just as the polls report. Here’s why.
10/28/2020
UM-Dearborn lecturer and ‘Wayne County’s Dr. Fauci’ Mouhanad Hammami talks about what’s worked, the dangers of pandemic fatigue, and how this all might end.
10/26/2020
As part of a leading research team, Associate Professor Will Clarkson spent much of the last decade working to assemble an extensive map of the inner regions of the Milky Way galaxy.
10/26/2020
A UM-Dearborn engineering professor’s RehabBuddy system could take some of the guesswork out of at-home physical therapy.
10/21/2020
Student organizations continue to thrive in a remote-first environment. Planning the major campus event Take Back the Night, Women in Learning and Leadership (WILL) members say they've had increased connection and better communication.
10/21/2020
Researchers focused on the five-year changes in property values, community assets, tax rates and cost of doing business within the community.
10/19/2020
U-M moves to new emergency alert notification provider, campus encouraged to verify information.
10/19/2020
Tutoring Services Coordinator Sharon Lobdell shares five takeaways about using learning styles and creating a successful educational environment.
10/14/2020
No doubt — teachers face some serious challenges this school year. But the innovation that’s happening amidst the chaos should give us hope for the future.

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