Through game nights, campus information panels, employer meet and greets and more, UM-Dearborn’s First Gen Student Org focuses on outreach and education to keep students connected.
Fully embracing our identity as a commuter campus could be the key to creating services and programs that today’s students need most.
The Phi Sigma Phi chapter president is developing a fraternity education and outreach plan that includes learning gender pronoun usage and bringing in educators within the Black, Indigenous and Persons of Color community.
With nearly 50 years at UM-Dearborn and 12 U.S. presidential elections during his time on campus, Political Science Professor Ronald Stockton heads into retirement after witnessing a milestone year for student political involvement.
Student organizations continue to thrive in a remote-first environment. Planning the major campus event Take Back the Night, Women in Learning and Leadership (WILL) members say they've had increased connection and better communication.
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.
Coach Joe Horka has grown the Wolverines team to new levels of success on race day, in the classroom and in the community.
See season highlights and learn who's playing next.
Two UM-Dearborn grads are thankful for the campus that brought them together nearly 50 years ago.
UM-Dearborn’s Department of Athletic & Recreation is in full swing. See season highlights and learn who's playing next.
In their inaugural year, this ice hockey team has won games against Ohio State, Michigan State and U-M. We recently spent time with the team captain to see what it’s like to be a busy student who’s also building a winning sports program.
Campus Study Abroad has opportunities to study in several countries. Course registration, financial aid deadlines are approaching.
As Michigan Journal Editor-in-Chief Chanel Stitt prepares for graduation, she’s thankful for the experiences and advice she’s gained on campus — especially what’s helped her gain a thicker skin when it comes to processing the criticism that comes with today’s career in journalism.
The student organization name is the Casual Gaming Club. But — if you were listening as a pawn on the board — it’s anything but. Get a peek into their game nights.
Stress-relieving animals, care package assembly and acknowledgment of the service by campus veterans are ways campus celebrates the national week.
Whether you need a good fright or cozy comforts, UM-Dearborn in autumn is a-maize-ing. Here are campus suggestions on how to get the most out of fall.
UM-Dearborn Athletics’ partnership with Nike and Team Sports outfits teams, coaches, fans and more. And Athletics is sharing the Nike love — any campus area can have custom UM-Dearborn Nike apparel made for their own cohesive look.
A deeper focus on student engagement and college preparedness is making this fall’s orientation day for incoming students both more practical and fun.
Led by Professor Emeritus Orin Gelderloos, UM-Dearborn's “salad bar course" — with its cattails, elderberry, mint and more — is more than nutritious; it teaches students how to understand and interact with local nature.
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.
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.
With this new campus initiative, democracy will become a more regular part of everyone’s campus routine.
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters senior says he doesn’t have a connection with everyone on campus — but our experience following him around for a day says otherwise.
Mardigian Library’s weekly Conversation Circles are a laid back way to practice English. But the new program is also hoping to build bridges between native and non-native speakers.