The first-of-its-kind research study, which was published in the Journal of Business Research, seeks to better understand where the privacy line is when it comes to new technology.
For Bylund, an engineering education has not only radically changed his life’s path. It’s fundamentally transformed how he looks at his place in the world.
College of Business graduate Chelsea McWilliams campus encounters — student orgs, career fairs, class certifications and more — have helped her create a path toward success
With a full-time position lined up at General Motors’ headquarters and a strong understanding of the finance field, McWilliams said she’s prepared for what’s next.
Six students awarded Chancellor’s Medallions in recognition of academic achievement, character and integrity
UM-Dearborn recognized the students and one student speaker during the university’s commencement ceremony Sunday, April 28.
CASL graduate Fatme Hourani discovers how her dedication to mathematics can create positive returns for others
Hourani heads to Columbia University for graduate school, where she’ll study financial engineering and gain insight from Wall Street professionals.
A self-described “big kid,” Hinojosa was born to be an elementary school teacher. But it’s a future he had to fight for.
Voice technology is taking political disinformation to scary new extremes. This UM-Dearborn researcher says real-time debunking is one way to fight back.
The Susan B. Anthony Awards recognize individuals who work to enhance the status of women and girls and who promote equal rights for women.
UM-Dearborn’s new Stamelos Gallery Center, which opens Friday, boasts the look and feel of a modern art venue. But it’s the backend amenities that make this a turning point for the university’s arts scene.
Chancellor Domenico Grasso and student leaders revealed the granite and bronze sidewalk inlay in front of the University Center as a spot to create new campus memories and traditions.
Grasso is spearheading an effort to reimagine the way a regional university can serve students — and the public good.
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.