Engaged leadership: Chancellor Little receives inaugural John DiBiaggio Beacon Award for Presidential Leadership
Chancellor Daniel Little received the inaugural MiCC John DiBiaggio Beacon Award for Presidential Leadership for creating a culture of community engagement on campus.
Earth sciences student Kelly Williamson is working with DTE Energy to research the feasibility of building on land along the Huron River.
Public observation nights have resumed at the UM-Dearborn Observatory.
IAB Education Foundation Partners with University of Michigan-Dearborn for First-of-Its-Kind Marketing Course
UM-Dearborn's Model Arab League delegation has extended its winning streak to 15 years.
Continued excellence: ‘U.S. News & World Report’ recognizes part-time MBA program for seventh consecutive year
History Professor Georgina Hickey and her students examine women’s leadership in movements of social change in WST/HST: 3651.
Assistant Professor Marouane Kessentini encourages risk-taking research—and heeds his own advice.
The impact of service: Alternative Spring Break participants volunteer at three sites across the nation
Career builders: Partnership provides academic training, work-study and career placement for area youth
A partnership with GE and Workforce Opportunity Services offered participants academic training, work-study—and full-time job offers at GE as Java developers.
The men's ice hockey team has qualified for the American Collegiate Hockey Association National Tournament for the first time since 2007.
Ray Metz has been appointed vice chancellor for enrollment management and student life, effective March 1.
Two UM-Dearborn programs designed to strengthen students’ math skills before college are expanding thanks to a two-year grant from the Ford Fund.
Go with the flow: Professor Oleg Zikanov collaborates internationally to research energy storage solutions
Professor Oleg Zikanov is collaborating with colleagues worldwide to research energy storage solutions.
Longtime faculty member N. "Nattu" Natarajan is remembered for his dedication for student learning.