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2/9/2022

Rethinking commuter life at UM-Dearborn

As part of the university’s strategic plan, we’re rolling out some new spaces and services specially tuned for today’s commuter students....
2/7/2022

Confronting special education’s race problem

Students of color are disproportionately misidentified with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders, often altering the course of their lives. A UM-Dearborn professor is trying to help teachers be part of the solution....
2/7/2022

Pathways for UM-Dearborn Wolverine success

These educational tracks highlight how first-year students can leverage existing campus resources for academic, personal and professional success....
2/2/2022

Paying for net-zero

We break down some of the ways the University of Michigan is planning to foot the bill for wiping out its carbon footprint, including on the Dearborn campus....
1/31/2022

Campus Colleagues: Ruthvik Sankar

Ruthvik Sankar is an international student who’s pursuing a Master of Science in Robotics Engineering. He’s a curious explorer who enjoys traveling, meeting new people and seeing new places....
1/31/2022

Reflecting on life through art

The new campus exhibition “Picturing Places and Spaces” features artworks spanning several centuries that are brought together to reflect on the respite the outdoors has offered during the pandemic....
1/31/2022

National publications rank UM-Dearborn programs among the best in the country

Several ranking outlets — like U.S. News & World Report and Poets&Quants — highlighted UM-Dearborn programs....
1/26/2022

Wait for it...your flying car may still be coming

They could still be decades away, but a UM-Dearborn professor says urban congestion has sparked a new wave of interest in the most famous unrealized technology of all....
1/24/2022

Where virtual reality is taking us next

Whether or not the metaverse ever materializes, virtual reality is poised to change the way we live and learn....
1/19/2022

How two UM-Dearborn students are advancing their activism

Senior Amanda Saleh and recent grad Daniel Arini reflect on how a recent United Nations Millennium Fellowship experience is helping focus and sustain their work as organizers....