CECS Director of Business Operations Leigh McGrath will become the university's interim budget director, while Mardigian Library Director Maureen Linker will take on an additional role as Associate Provost.
For a long time, science fiction has helped us imagine life alongside robots that move just like us. But realizing that dream is still a technological moonshot.
New customizable major focuses on writing for specialized audiences — technical, business, community and more — and is easily paired with other campus majors and certificates.
Recording lectures can be a daunting challenge for faculty who are new to online learning. Here are three solid approaches, vetted by our UM-Dearborn experts.
College of Business faculty Mike VanHemert talks about how social changes and company practices are increasingly interacting — and what that means for the future of business.
Just a year after launching, the student club’s challenge-based meetups have evolved into the perfect complement to the university’s growing cybersecurity program.
Courses will be mostly remote, but for those taking in-person classes, expect campus to feel a little different next semester.
Committee appointments and the recent virtual town halls for students and employees were UM-Dearborn items included in the July 16 U-M Board of Regents meeting.
Could this be the future of engineering education?
UM-Dearborn offers free virtual course on COVID-19-related topics. The six-session virtual learning experience will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays from July 21 through August 25.
The Office of Research shares national research grant deadlines, available campus grants and recently awarded funding.
To be ready when the economy starts to rebound, students should make sure they’re doing the stuff on this list.
The College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters introduces five new certificate programs for the fall that focus on food, language, media production and more.
A UM-Dearborn professor and historian reflects on the promise of the current wave of activism, why America is more reformist than revolutionary, and how to stoke the fire of anti-racism.
University leaders shared an update on the FY21 budget, the cancellation of fall athletics, working from home, and the hybrid model for fall classes.
Highlights of the fall financial plan include increased student aid, a new cost-savings tuition structure, and a $20M fund from U-M to support the Dearborn and Flint campuses.
Budgets, donations, personnel appointments and other items were discussed at the U-M Board of Regents June meetings.
Three UM-Dearborn Alternatives for Violent Force educators — a retired Michigan State Police chief, a Civil Rights specialist, and a Detroit community leader who's a member of the Detroit Police Department — weigh in on the global Black Lives Matter Movement and ways to address systemic racism.
To do its part in the fight against COVID-19 and protect its students, faculty and staff, the university is planning for a ‘remote-first’ approach to the fall. Here’s what that will look like.
A 53-member team of students, faculty and staff put together a huge energy savings plan that could save the university $200,000 a year.
Plans include a hybrid semester with many classes in a remote format, a shift in the academic calendar and a continued focus on remote engagement opportunities for students.
College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters faculty and American Society of Primatologists colleagues form action network for primate conservation.
Instructors are finding that many of today’s en vogue pedagogical reforms may also be the key to reducing academic integrity violations.
Bioengineering professor Joe Lo’s latest project is using a hundred-year-old technology to unravel the mysteries of how Type II diabetes exacts its toll on the body.
Some researchers and their grad students are getting the green light to return to campus labs.