Assistant Professor Joshua Akers' working paper outlines the housing policies and other factors that have allowed speculative buyers to contribute to neighborhood instability and blight in Detroit.
UM-Dearborn researcher Anda Botoseneanu is digging into whether combinations of common conditions like diabetes, heart disease and depression could leave people vulnerable to dementia later in life.
With an opening scheduled for late summer, the finish line is now within sight for the new Engineering Lab Building. Here’s a quick update on where things stand and what to expect during the home stretch.
Maureen Linker stepped into her library director role officially last month. But she’s been working in the scholarly space for some time now and you probably have noticed her student-focused approach.
With hashtags and history at times grouping authority and the public on opposing sides, what can be done to bring everyone back together? Police officers are working with educators to understand the public point of view during the campus-created Alternatives to Violent Force training.
Managing a community: Political Science faculty Rusi Sun’s research explores the city manager v. city council struggle.
Conflict is in every job and it’s not always a bad thing. But at the public level — for a community to thrive — it needs to be managed effectively.
Students receive Chancellor’s Medallion award in recognition of academic achievement, character and integrity
Attendees at the Fall 2019 Commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 14 heard from two student speakers and saw six students honored with the top award.
UM-Dearborn graduates join the 610,000 strong U-M alumni community as Saturday’s Fall 2019 commencement ceremonies grant 755 degrees.
As Charara heads out in search of her first teaching appointment, she’s defining her dream gig in straightforward terms: “I want to go where I’m most needed.”
Saleh’s recent internship project with the Office of Alumni Engagement reveals how the UM-Dearborn identity is constantly evolving.
College of Business Fall 2019 graduate balances parenting, school and internships to land a finance position at Microsoft in Seattle.
The big award from the Department of Energy goes to support “high risk, high reward” research in the area of energy innovation. Here’s an overview of what the team from UM-Dearborn plans to tackle.
As Michigan Journal Editor-in-Chief Chanel Stitt prepares for graduation, she’s thankful for the experiences and advice she’s gained on campus — especially what’s helped her gain a thicker skin when it comes to processing the criticism that comes with today’s career in journalism.
In an era of growing skepticism about the value of higher education, Kathleen Fitzpatrick says universities should refocus their energy on serving the public good. But what would that look like, and how do we get there?
Giving Blueday is here. Looking to make a difference? The Student Food Pantry has many ways to give and help feed students in need.
The four-time collegiate national champion talks about her complicated rise to the top of her sport — and why sports aren’t everything.
Longtime friends Tom Demmon (right) and Jim Gingrich shared a UM-Dearborn experience that, in some ways, looks a lot different than the student experience today. But the impacts of their education are everything we still strive for.
From establishing one of the campus' colleges to creating the Talent Gateway, Davy says it's been a fulfilling 10 years.
Acclaimed scholar and teacher will join campus Jan. 1, 2020.
A year after launching, interest is soaring in UM-Dearborn’s new human-centered design and engineering program. We take a look at some of the reasons why.
Tappe, longtime UM-Dearborn educator and holder of multiple U-M graduate degrees, died Nov. 4 at age 64.
UM-Dearborn bioengineering professor Amanda Esquivel is pioneering new techniques to explore underexplored questions about how athletes get hurt.
November’s designated as Native American Heritage Month. But Anthropology Associate Professor Brian McKenna reminds his students in campus’ Indians of North America course that we benefit from the knowledge of this country’s indigenous people all year long.
The student organization name is the Casual Gaming Club. But — if you were listening as a pawn on the board — it’s anything but. Get a peek into their game nights.
Adding to the burgeoning field of Arab American literature, Assistant Professor Ghassan Abou-Zeineddine is gathering creative nonfiction essays to share what it's like to live in the local Arab American community