Browse the latest funding opportunities, see whose work is getting funded, and stay up to date on important COVID-related research guidelines.
Looking at the federal government’s recent stimulus and relief packages, COB Faculty member Mercedes Miranda relies on economics research, history and her financial expertise to put the debt into perspective and share what the long-term economic effects may be.
Get to know Admissions Counselors Cameron Smith and Allie Talley.
Access to post-secondary education has been listed as a government priority. Is this the answer to reducing the country's wealth gap? Economics Professor Patricia Smith shares what the research says.
The University of Michigan will migrate its cloud-data storage from U-M Box to U-M Dropbox beginning this spring. U‑M Dropbox was launched in 2020 with the goal of replacing MBox, which has a December 2021 retirement date. Here are migration steps to take.
Assistant Professor Maya Barak shares her “crimmigration” research to give a better understanding of why deviant behavior and immigration are connected in political rhetoric, media messages and the American consciousness — and what the evidence says about this connection.
Hafiz Malik and Alireza Mohammadi are in a race against hackers to build a comprehensive threat detection system for connected and autonomous vehicles.
Looking at this and what academic research says about the economic impact of paying workers more per hour, Economics Professor Bruce Pietrykowski provides insight into the federal minimum wage debate.
See who is named the best of the best for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Human Resource Management expert Junghyun (Jessie) Lee shares best practices on how to get new employees out of home office isolation by building bridges of connection to their team.
Check out upcoming research opportunities, which include a variety of funding from external sources like NASA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
No matter which side you are on, walls are divisive. Looking throughout history, CASL faculty member Kristin Poling says it’s important to understand that walls don’t hold power; it’s the people who do.
Technology-packed autonomous vehicles will create a new frontier for hackers. A UM-Dearborn cybersecurity expert explains how we might protect them.
OMI works with professors, organizations and communities to create change. Most recently, they worked with Associate Professor Yi-Su Chen and her COB students and Professor Jacob Napieralski and his CASL students.
Associate Professor Kevin Early, a criminologist and expert in the field, is featured on the BET+ series "American Gangster: Trap Queens," which gives a platform for people to share their stories, addresses racial, income and gender disparities, and, in most cases, shows a redemptive arc.
People are still extremely skeptical of letting machines do the driving. Here’s how we might get past that.
For autonomous vehicles to become mainstream, we’ll have to train them to play nice with everyone who uses the road.
See whose work is getting funded, read-up about new funding opportunities, and nominate a colleague for a U-M research recognition award.
Our new vice provost for research talks about the push to make interdisciplinary work a mainstay of the university’s research culture.
When it comes to the stock market, is there a difference between a Wall Street bet and an investment?
Finance Lecturer Nick Vlisides, who teaches UM-Dearborn’s Investment Fund Management course, weighs in on the r/WallStreetBets story and what it says about hedge funds, buyer behavior and the stock market.
SOAR Program Director Ellen Judge-Gonzalez is honored with the University of Michigan Sarah Goddard Power Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the betterment of women through leadership.
Zoom fatigue got you down? Experiment with these techniques for smoother, more productive, more interesting team meetings.
UM-Dearborn political science experts Nancy Kursman and Julio Borquez break down what partisan-split power in the Senate means for our country and how we can begin to repair political polarization.
Serving as the UM-Dearborn Chancellor from 1993 through 1999, James (Jim) C. Renick led campus during a time of considerable growth.
Even though it has been a tough year, good and great things are still happening. Your UM-Dearborn community shared bright spots they had during the past year.