If you want to enjoy the sights and sounds of colorful songbirds, this is the week they stop at the Environmental Interpretive Center’s 300-acre Natural Areas to relax and fuel up before continuing on their migration journey north.
UM-Dearborn students taking Arabic language courses will practice speaking through digital interactions with college students in Algeria and Morocco in an environment stimulated to look like Middle Eastern marketplaces, kitchens and other gathering spaces.
A student team gives us a peek at how they managed a hands-on capstone project in the age of social distancing.
UM-Dearborn received a $25,000 Coalition for Life-Transformative Education grant for a new digital storytelling project.
Knowing the importance of hands-on learning to understand scientific processes, professors adjusted their lab lessons so students could continue to benefit from experiential learning wherever their locations. And students say it’s working.
College of Business student Ryan Matey continuously sought leadership roles on campus. Now, with graduation only months away, he's landed a competitive post-graduation professional development fellowship that gives him the opportunity to stand out as a leader while starting his career.
The city of Dearborn and Professor Jacob Napieralski's advanced GIS students are working together — through the aid of a $25,000 Ford College Community Challenge grant — to map and increase Dearborn's tree canopy, understand flood hazards, and streamline multimodal route planning.
Associate Professor Tim Kiska and 20 of his journalism students spent Tuesday night in the Detroit Free Press newsroom assisting with election news coverage and gathering voting results for the too-close-to-call presidential race.
iLabs consulting-style research experience is open to students across campus. Applications are now accepted for the Winter 2021 term.
Students share their research and internship summer experiences and how going virtual has made them more prepared for the future.
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.
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.
OMI works with professors, organizations, communities to create change.
"Professor Nick Vlisides keeps providing advice to us about how to view the stock market and how to move forward ourselves. When I look back, that’s what I’ll remember,” says Finance major Vivian Dihn.
Students in an education course want you to ditch your bottled water habit.
You may know Josh Palmer as the guy who helps run the Talent Gateway program. But Palmer does more than help students develop soft skills and engage in experiential learning from the TG challenges, he pushes himself to get out of his comfort zone too.
Campus Study Abroad has opportunities to study in several countries. Course registration, financial aid deadlines are approaching.
College of Business professors bring industry, experts into courses to give students an edge with employers.
College of Business Fall 2019 graduate balances parenting, school and internships to land a finance position at Microsoft in Seattle.
To come up with solutions for a community challenge, new campus initiative trains students in data gathering, encourages them to work together and shows ways to tackle complex problems.
Several College of Business students were awarded scholarships to attend first Forbes Under 30 Summit in Detroit
After a summer experience that landed him in meetings with top execs, Kathem Bazzi has some advice for his fellow engineering students: Don’t be afraid to think beyond the big-name companies when it comes to internships.
Twenty-five years after the Rwandan genocide, the African country continues to work on healing through remembrance and reconciliation. Four faculty members whose research focuses on trauma and recovery recently traveled to the African country to learn from the Rwandan people.
Anthropology Professor John Chenoweth spent his summer on the Cape Cod National Seashore looking for “350-year-old trash.” Along with 13 students, Chenoweth brought artifacts to the Anthropology Lab to learn more about one of America’s first colonial settlements.
College of Business senior Angelo Policicchio worked on Wall Street through an internship where he'd be in morning client meeting talking about Fortune 500 business deals and later that day see it on CNBC. Policicchio shares how his experience helped him get another step closer to his career goal.