At 69, Carlton McPhail Sr. is living his ideal life. For him, that wasn’t a membership at a nearby country club. Instead, his ambition was to return to college to earn his undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Amber Ainsworth has loved telling stories ever since she was a little girl. And one day she hopes her stories will help change lives.
Five UM-Dearborn students have earned paid internships with Lear Corporation as winners of the Lear Open Innovation Challenge. The competition asked teams to come up with creative cost- and time-effective solutions to a Lear manufacturing process.
The business studies secondary major program is seeing growth. The collaboration between the College of Business and the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters aims to complement the educational outcomes of a traditional liberal arts degree with fundamental business skills.
England received the Susan B. Anthony Campus Award in recognition of his longstanding commitment to the advancement of women and girls in the fields of science and engineering.
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized seven faculty members and more than 90 students Tuesday, March 28, during the 35th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony.
For the 16th consecutive year, a University of Michigan-Dearborn delegation has taken the top prize at the annual Model Arab League (MAL) conference.
Lecturer Jill Plavcan created the campus course IMSE 517: Global Project Management four years ago, using her 20-plus years of experience in project management at an international level.
UM-Dearborn adds global citizenship as a university priority to help focus on giving all students cultural experience opportunities.
Three-Minute Thesis winner Devon Kardel researches ways to manage and alleviate distress, trauma
Doctoral student Rashid Faisal uses bicentennial grant to connect grade school students to engineer Cornelius Langston Henderson
Doctoral student Rashid Faisal is using a U-M bicentennial grant to connect grade school students to pioneering engineer Cornelius Langston Hughes.
Fast FOURward scholarships promote four-year degree completion to save students money and encourage success
AACSB International is the longest-standing accrediting body for business schools worldwide. Less than five percent of the world’s business programs have earned AACSB accreditation.
Plugged in: Barbara Kriigel merges her appreciation of old and new when it comes to sharing information
Longtime faculty member Richard Adler passed away February 11. He is remembered for his love of both scientific history and America's pastime.
The right combination: Bioengineering student shares passion for science as a Michigan Science Center volunteer
Bioengineering student Jessica Hallgath shares her passion for science as a volunteer at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit.