The program — which complements the City of Dearborn’s existing program — gives faculty, staff and students a convenient and free way to explore campus and Dearborn’s downtowns.
Forty years on, the student-run WUMD continues to serve as a sound platform, allowing for success on and off the airwaves
WUMD College Radio gives way for the exploration of creative ideas and provides skill and confidence building to students in any major.
A number of events are scheduled this week to celebrate the university’s 60-year legacy while looking ahead to the next chapter.
Semi-autonomous truck “platoons” could help the industry become less energy intensive and ease a major labor shortage.
Now in its second year, this unique honors program gives students a way to earn credit for their internships, research and student team experience.
Perhaps you’ve heard that there’s going to be a big campus event happening later this month. Here’s a sneak peek of the April 12 inauguration of Chancellor Domenico Grasso.
President Schlissel will share his thoughts on the future of higher education and the need for a creative growth mindset.
More than 100 students and seven faculty members recognized at annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony
The awards program, now in its 37th year, honors students for their strong academic achievement and faculty who have distinguished themselves in teaching, research and service.
Ulbrich has served as vice president for college advancement and community relations at Macomb Community College since 2011. Her appointment, which was approved by the Board of Regents Thursday, begins May 15.
The commencement ceremony will take place Sunday, April 28, at U-M’s Crisler Center in Ann Arbor.
Vansant tells us why she was inspired to write Austria Made in Hollywood and what she learned in the process.
Traffic congestion in cities is bad and getting worse. Master’s student Meigui Yu thinks part of the solution is rethinking how we use the curbside environment.
JASS Associate Professor Jen Proctor’s short experimental film gives voice to coming-of-age social pressure
Am I Pretty? will be shown on campus April 17. Its inspiration came from a YouTube trend where female tweens and teens wanted viewers to comment on their appearance, commonly asking, “Am I pretty or ugly?”
With this new campus initiative, democracy will become a more regular part of everyone’s campus routine.
U.S. News & World Report recognized one College of Business program and three College of Engineering and Computer Science programs in its annual “Best Graduate Schools” rankings.
Working in three different regional locations, participants picked up leadership skills and civic engagement knowledge during the week-long volunteer experience; ASB projects focused on environmentalism, affordable housing and community organizing.
Basketball helped the third-year coach find success as a youth; now he’s working to do the same for his players.
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters class also looks at the importance of having the opportunity to rethink and reshape social constructs.
Olin College of Engineering President Richard Miller will discuss the future of higher education and what UM-Dearborn might consider during the strategic planning process.
Students open up about their motivations, dreams and silent struggles helping build a program for a leading-edge behavioral therapy.
Graduate student Christin Dewit examines stress levels of the caregivers of children diagnosed with autism
Dewit’s research took first place during UM-Dearborn’s Three-Minute Thesis Competition; she will represent the university at a regional competition later this month.
Linguistics Professor Daniel Davis, Composition and Rhetoric Professor Bill DeGenaro and Anna Muller, history assistant professor and the Frank and Mary Padzieski Endowed Professor in Polish/Polish American/Eastern European Studies, earned 2019-2020 funding for their research projects.
The Difference Makers program — now celebrating its 10th class — recognizes excellence in academics, integrity, leadership and creativity. The program began during the university’s 50th anniversary celebration.
The daylong event also will include a research showcase and celebratory reception.
The four doctoral programs now will have one of the best graduate schools in the country to help steer them into the future.