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4/14/2021
A UM-Dearborn master’s student is investigating how things like typefaces, text size and line spacing impact drivers’ abilities to use increasingly complex dashboard touchscreens.
4/12/2021
The pandemic highlighted a fundamental contradiction of our economic system today: The caring labor that’s assigned the lowest value, and is often performed by women, is also essential. Feminist economist Professor Suzanne Bergeron says people in power have taken note.
4/12/2021
This commencement season, eight students are being recognized with the university’s top graduation honor.
4/12/2021
UM-Dearborn’s facilities teams are going beyond recommended standards in some cases to ease folks' nerves about returning to the office.
4/7/2021
A UM-Dearborn education professor talks about the impact of pandemic learning, how we can catch students up, and why the K-12 classroom may never be the same.
4/7/2021
The upcoming ceremonies will feature addresses by poet Nikki Giovanni and UM-Dearborn senior Lena Hakim.
4/5/2021
The new certificates are perfect for working professionals who want a new technical expertise or someone looking to test drive a master’s program.
4/4/2021
Looking at the federal government’s recent stimulus and relief packages, COB Faculty member Mercedes Miranda relies on economics research, history and her financial expertise to put the debt into perspective and share what the long-term economic effects may be.
3/31/2021
In late March, the Environmental Interpretive Center's staff organized a prescribed burn to keep the one-acre prairie in UM-Dearborn’s Environmental Study Area maintained and healthy.
3/31/2021
Through game nights, campus information panels, employer meet and greets and more, UM-Dearborn’s First Gen Student Org focuses on outreach and education to keep students connected.
3/31/2021
Want to change the world? Faculty say materials science engineering is an underexplored path for socially and environmentally conscious students.
3/30/2021
All UM-Dearborn colleges are recognized in the U.S. News & World Report “Best Graduate Schools” rankings.
3/29/2021
At the March Board of Regents meeting, Chancellor Domenico Grasso shared that renowned poet and writer Nikki Giovanni will serve as commencement speaker, new appointments, major gifts and more.
3/29/2021
Access to post-secondary education has been listed as a government priority. Is this the answer to reducing the country's wealth gap? Economics Professor Patricia Smith shares what the research says.
3/24/2021
Megan Lohner’s family has shouldered many of COVID’s biggest impacts. Now a post-graduation homecoming finds her producing Pfizer’s groundbreaking vaccine.
3/24/2021
Fully embracing our identity as a commuter campus could be the key to creating services and programs that today’s students need most.
3/22/2021
Assistant Professor Maya Barak shares her “crimmigration” research to give a better understanding of why deviant behavior and immigration are connected in political rhetoric, media messages and the American consciousness — and what the evidence says about this connection.
3/22/2021
Hafiz Malik and Alireza Mohammadi are in a race against hackers to build a comprehensive threat detection system for connected and autonomous vehicles.
3/17/2021
Two UM-Dearborn experts explain why equity and vaccine hesitancy are proving to be such persistent challenges.
3/17/2021
Looking at this and what academic research says about the economic impact of paying workers more per hour, Economics Professor Bruce Pietrykowski provides insight into the federal minimum wage debate.
3/15/2021
See who is named the best of the best for the 2020-2021 academic year.
3/15/2021
The program is hoping to address a major need for qualified AI systems developers.
3/10/2021
Human Resource Management expert Junghyun (Jessie) Lee shares best practices on how to get new employees out of home office isolation by building bridges of connection to their team.
3/10/2021
A Hub expert explains how to embrace Zoom teaching as a medium unto itself.
3/8/2021
Graduate student Charlie Giraud noticed identity concealment, particularly among members of the LGBTQ+ community, is an area that’s lacking in academic research. So he set out to change that.

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