UM-Dearborn’s Formula SAE team is building on the momentum of recent success with a little help from Ford, which recently let the team use their wind tunnel facility to learn more about aerodynamics.
Students in Assistant Professor Anna Muller's Oppression and Survival in Concentration Camps course are exploring human coping strategies through 'Forbidden Art.'
Christian Ledford saw the customs of the oldest independent state of the Arab world. He shared ideas with government representatives. And he enjoyed getting a new perspective on world affairs.
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A mission for Curiosity: Geology assistant professor Mark Salvatore and students involved in latest Mars endeavor
Geology Assistant Professor Mark Salvatore and his students are studying Mars to see if it could support sustained life.
Students got up close and personal with medieval skeletons, ancient philosophers and more during study abroad experiences this summer.
Recent graduate Taylor Lenze will travel to Austria this fall on a Fulbright Scholarship.
A group of computer and electrical engineering students wanted to challenge themselves and make something interesting and technologically advanced. They created a fully functioning robotic hand—and programmed it to learn American Sign Language.
Earth sciences student Kelly Williamson is working with DTE Energy to research the feasibility of building on land along the Huron River.
Public observation nights have resumed at the UM-Dearborn Observatory.
UM-Dearborn's Model Arab League delegation has extended its winning streak to 15 years.
Students in Archaeology Field School are discovering Superior Township's past by excavating the former site of the First Free Church.
Beta Alpha Psi members bring business lessons—and boxes and boxes of books—to Paul Robeson Malcolm X Academy students.
Physics student Brittany Howard looks to the night sky (and a Chilean observatory) to chart her research goals.
College of Education, Health, and Human Services students use summer internships to help Detroit citizens lead healthier lives.