Six communities across the state of Michigan have been identified for the strategies they employ to foster entrepreneurial growth and economic development, according to the annual eCities study.
Students in Assistant Professor Anna Muller's Oppression and Survival in Concentration Camps course are exploring human coping strategies through 'Forbidden Art.'
Christian Ledford saw the customs of the oldest independent state of the Arab world. He shared ideas with government representatives. And he enjoyed getting a new perspective on world affairs.
Holistic childcare: CEHHS student discovers career path that focuses on wellness, compassion for families
An honorable impact: UM-Dearborn named to President’s Higher Education Honor Roll for community service
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized seven outstanding alumni during the 2016 Alumni Difference Makers Awards Ceremony on Friday, October 21.
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A mission for Curiosity: Geology assistant professor Mark Salvatore and students involved in latest Mars endeavor
Geology Assistant Professor Mark Salvatore and his students are studying Mars to see if it could support sustained life.
A creative outlet: UM-Dearborn’s Talent Gateway launches, plugs students in to opportunities and innovation
UM-Dearborn’s new Talent Gateway plugs students in to opportunities and innovation.
Students got up close and personal with medieval skeletons, ancient philosophers and more during study abroad experiences this summer.
University of Michigan-Dearborn moved up a spot among master’s-level public universities in the Midwest in U.S. News & World Report’s annual guide to American colleges and universities.
Holthus—along with her husband John (’89 B.S.) and their children Rachel, a UM-Dearborn junior, and Matthew, a UM-Dearborn freshman—were among the first to experience the Natural Sciences Building’s transformation at Friday’s grand opening.
Ginny and Ed Sayles show their gratitude by creating an endowed scholarship for CASL students.