No doubt — teachers face some serious challenges this school year. But the innovation that’s happening amidst the chaos should give us hope for the future.
Dearborn Comeback gives individualized academic and financial support — including up to $5,000 in grants — to former UM-Dearborn undergraduate students who are coming back to finish what they started.
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.
A UM-Dearborn educational technology professor breaks down why remote education is a particularly tough challenge for public schools and how far our adaptation strategies can take us.
Doctor of Education spring graduate John Kernan explains why building an education system that serves everybody means getting resourced communities to see justice as their problem too.
A collaboration between UM-Dearborn and U-M Information and Technology Services departments is bringing a Tech Shop to campus this fall.
Assistant Professor Joshua Akers' working paper outlines the housing policies and other factors that have allowed speculative buyers to contribute to neighborhood instability and blight in Detroit.
Giving Blueday is here. Looking to make a difference? The Student Food Pantry has many ways to give and help feed students in need.
Campus continues efforts to educate and adopt Open Educational Resources, saying OER materials are well cited, customizable and promote educational equity in the classroom.
A new MCubed project is recasting VR as assistive technology.
The AACSB International-accredited program was again recognized in the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
The nontraditional student support program celebrates two decades by bringing SOAR alumni, students, faculty and staff together.
You want to motivate kids? And help spur change? UM-Dearborn doctoral education student says it starts with being real — even if that leads you to uncomfortable places.
The UM-Dearborn assistant professor is making the conversation around inclusion a whole lot bigger.
Can young people’s dreams of higher education be ignited through near peer mentoring?
The university appears on Money Magazine’s “Best Colleges for your Money” list and Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for Your Buck” list.