For a long time, science fiction has helped us imagine life alongside robots that move just like us. But realizing that dream is still a technological moonshot.
College of Business faculty Mike VanHemert talks about how social changes and company practices are increasingly interacting — and what that means for the future of business.
With faculty and staff working remotely into the fall when feasible, here are helpful tech tools available that are (mostly) free.
UM-Dearborn offers free virtual course on COVID-19-related topics. The six-session virtual learning experience will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays from July 21 through August 25.
The Office of Research shares national research grant deadlines, available campus grants and recently awarded funding.
College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters faculty and American Society of Primatologists colleagues form action network for primate conservation.
Bioengineering professor Joe Lo’s latest project is using a hundred-year-old technology to unravel the mysteries of how Type II diabetes exacts its toll on the body.
Some researchers and their grad students are getting the green light to return to campus labs.
In an era where we expect our machines to think and act more like us, a quirky branch of computer science is getting a fresh look.
From late March though now, Psychology Associate Professor Brenda Whitehead has heard from more than 1,500 older adults nationwide about their pandemic stressors and joys. Here are some preliminary results of her research.
Learn about grant opportunities, meet the latest Office of Research staff member, and review how COVID-19 is impacting UM-Dearborn’s research operations in the Office of Research’s May update.
Wanting to better understand people’s behavior when it comes to precautionary measures against COVID-19 like mask wearing, a business professor started a research project — and discovered that most people are choosing to be socially responsible.
The Office of Research update shares information about research during the pandemic, available grants and awarded funding.
Bernie Klein, UM-Dearborn professor emeritus, was known for humor, intellect and congeniality.
Political Science Professor Mitchel Sollenberger, who’s a political source for USA Today, C-SPAN, The Hill, Washington Post and others, talks about how the COVID-19 crisis may impact what happens on November 3.
Psychology Associate Professor Brenda Whitehead, a gerontologist whose research focuses on stress in later life, developed a survey for people ages 60+ to hear about their stressors and joys during this historic pandemic.
With 45 years of research work on the World War I African experience and more than 150 oral histories with African WWI veterans, Professor Joe Lunn was contacted by the "Finding Your Roots" team to help interpret WWI ancestor's documents for show.
With tax season upon us, Accounting and Finance Professor and CPA Michael Killey shared some of his insights or tips on individual tax filing.
Learn about available grants, the SURE Program, upcoming events and more from the Office of Research.
The exchange program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, awarded multiple grants to UM-Dearborn faculty in the 2019-2020 cycle.
Office of Metropolitan Impact Director Tracy Hall and husband William have been together for more than 30 years. They always thought they were good together, and Michigan Medicine recently confirmed that they really are close to a perfect match.
Jody Pear — administrative assistant by day, interior designer by nights and weekends — shares how to office organize in a way that brings meaning, clarity and joy into your space.
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.
There are no confirmed cases in our area, but U-M is taking precautionary measures.
As part of the New Year, New You series, staff member — and Fall 2019 graduate — Bailey Ayers-Korpal shared her experience using the employee tuition assistance programs.