Can young people’s dreams of higher education be ignited through near peer mentoring?
The low-maintenance permaculture orchard and garden is growing fresh produce—for a good cause.
When global management-focused firm PCubed launched their North American internship program this summer, the staff knew where to find highly qualified students thanks to connections made with Lecturer Patrick Keyes.
UM-Dearborn undergrads and a UM-Ann Arbor librarian teamed up for a project to help young people with autism stay safe online.
There’s a six-passenger vehicle in the Institute of Advanced Vehicle Systems’ hi-bay area to which students are applying systems —like optical cameras, perception systems and a super computer “brain”—to give it an autonomous makeover.
Through a new course, students learned how to interact with their community, gather personal stories and present those experiences to a broader audience.
UM-Dearborn faculty, staff and students are helping the Healthy Dearborn coalition take on its biggest challenge yet: tackling the city’s health disparities.
The Adrian Project is a daylong simulation of a mock criminal fraud investigation designed to introduce college students to the various fields involved with the IRS
For 20 years, van Nieuwstadt has blended work and family, and life in and outside the university. She’s now teaching her students how to do the same.
Eleven cross-campus teams competed for the opportunity to win $5,000 in prizes.
Students will put their knowledge of algorithms and linear algebra to the test as they work to make their robots complete an obstacle course.
Students in Comp364: Writing for Civic Literacy use what they learn in the classroom to assist local nonprofit organizations.
Hunt, a 1969 graduate of the College of Business who now teaches in the department, works to make the tax system less intimidating.
Students in one UM-Dearborn French class spent eight days traveling through France during spring break.
CASL student Beth Lundy examines the work of Irena Sendler, who saved the lives of 2,500 Jewish children during World War II.
UM-Dearborn students experience the power of the Black History 101 Mobile Museum.
Faculty, staff and students gathered to share their 15-minute memoirs.
Priyal Sheth and Raquel Estrada were chosen to travel to Australia for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Bootcamp.
Students in Yi-Su Chen’s supply chain management course analyzed 450,000 fire reports to find the optimal location for a new Dearborn Fire Department location.
The bioengineering major got an in-depth look at the technology’s possibilities during her internship experiences.
His multiple internships and Formula SAE experiences have given him a competitive edge.
CEHHS graduate Kelsey Griffin looks at ways to educate, better lives of others through health policy work
Griffin worked with FoodLab Detroit and started UM-Dearborn’s on-campus food recovery network.
UM-Dearborn receives $1.2M DOE grant to implement a math and science program for underrepresented youth
The Upward Bound Math and Science Program will connect underrepresented youth to higher education, skill building
Lecturer Terry Ostrom’s 5,000-piece collection of museum-grade minerals, panned gold and fossils was donated to UM-Dearborn’s Department of Natural Sciences.
UM-Dearborn researcher’s discovery could allow for widespread distribution of an alternative energy resource.