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9/28/2022

UM-Dearborn is getting a really cool new autonomous research vehicle

Driverless vehicle research on campus is about to get a big boost thanks to a new National Science Foundation grant....
9/5/2022

Office of Research update: September 2022

Check out whose work is getting funded, find new funding opportunities, and learn about ways UM-Dearborn can support your next project in the September update from the Office of Research....
8/18/2022

How wearable technology is changing the study of sports injuries

UM-Dearborn bioengineering professor Amanda Esquivel is pioneering new techniques to explore underexplored questions about how athletes get hurt....
8/1/2022

Office of Research August 2022 Update

See whose work is getting funded, learn about helpful resources and workshops for faculty, and browse the latest funding opportunities in the August update from the Office of Research....
7/18/2022

A Win-Win: Working together to increase the impact

A jointly sponsored UM-Dearborn – UM-Flint Collaborative Research Funding Program awarded up to $160,000 for four faculty-driven projects. ...
7/12/2022

Office of Research update: July 2022

Apply for campus grants, register for a free-to-attend National Science Foundation Expo and see the awards your colleagues recently received....
7/12/2022

Archaeology that empowers

Recently finishing a research experience at Amache Japanese American incarceration camp in Colorado, Anthropology senior William Smith shares how his UM-Dearborn archaeological experiences prepared him for that field study and for his future. ...
6/13/2022

It’s Englishes, plural.

Linguistics Professor Daniel Davis’ latest Fulbright project is looking to tell untold chapters of English’s fascinating story in the Philippines....
6/6/2022

An Update from the Office of Research: June 2022

See the Winter 2022 Campus Grant Award Recipients, learn about available research resources and sign up for upcoming events in the Office of Research June update....
6/6/2022

Connecting activism and justice efforts happening 5,000 miles apart

Sociology Professor Paul Draus — who often leads social and environmental justice projects in Detroit — is working in Lithuania for his Fulbright U.S. Scholars-supported research project....