This month we get to know Mardigian Library Reserve Coordinator Anna Granch, recap the library’s recent course design spa day and learn about new resources at the Mardigian Library.
Finance Professor Vivek Singh talks research findings and what works for him when it comes to investing
Singh, the College of Business Distinguished Performance in Research Award recipient, is among the top researchers in the world in his discipline.
Applications for the next round of Campus Grants for the 2018-2019 academic year will be accepted now through Feb. 15 at 5 p.m. Learn more about the grant opportunities, plus read about the nearly $70K in campus grants and $400K in recent external funding received.
Campus to move to Windows 10 by January 2020; recent improvements made to hardware and software across campus; and reminder that two-factor authentication for all employees begins Jan. 23, 2019.
Read about the library’s latest campus-community collaboration, a recap of the library’s successful 2018 Young Author’s Festival and Writing contest, an announcement of an upcoming lecture on the politics of space exploration, and learn about some databases recently added to the library’s collection
The admissions customer service associate was chosen from nearly 700 MHealthy champions for her long-standing commitment to staff wellness.
Capital outlay request, new appointments, gift announcements and more highlights from the Dec. 6 Board of Regents meeting.
Curbing climate change and sustainably supplying food, water and energy among top challenges environmental engineering can help address
These challenges call for new and expanded roles for environmental engineers, says a new report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Chancellor Domenico Grasso served as chair of the committee that wrote the report.
With 18 years HR experience, the UM-Dearborn alumna took on this newest leadership role in November.
This month we get to know Autumn Muir from the Alfred Berkowitz Gallery and announce the new William and Electra Stamelos Gallery Center, opening in spring 2019
News from the Office of Metropolitan Impact: Healing Centered Restorative Engagement, Civic Engagement Week and PAMD
OMI Executive Director Tracy Hall and Social Work Assistant Professor Jessica Camp present on Healing Centered Restorative Engagement, the university celebrates Civic Engagement Week and Public Allies Metro Detroit welcomes a new group of allies and community organizations.
Sell shares how her U-M art education influenced her both personally and professionally.
With kindness as a guide, Institutional Advancement staff member Laura Gabriel focused on sharing and spreading goodwill during a MHealthy campaign.
The veteran UM-Dearborn professor, who died earlier this month, was an icon of the Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering department.
Faculty receive more than $60K in recent external funding.
Cleaning up messy legacy software is a bane of companies big and small, but it’s long been considered an unclimbable mountain. Has this UM-Dearborn faculty member finally found a solution?
Keith Sudak and his team are a big reason why campus is more sustainable than ever.
The Michigan Political Almanac website, organized by Associate Professor Tim Kiska, is a one-stop shop for information about elected officials and candidates.
Heatlie will help the office continue to uphold a nondiscriminatory and harassment-free learning, research and work environment. She began Oct. 15.
The U-M Board of Regents approved one-year extensions for College of Education, Health, and Human Services Dean Ann Lampkin-Williams and College of Engineering and Computer Science Dean Anthony England.
Two-factor authentication is coming to all campus employees; ITS Service Desk in the library is on the move; and AppsAnywhere brings application streaming to campus.
New appointments, retirement memoirs and more highlights from the Oct. 18 Board of Regents meeting.
Criminal Justice Studies Program Director Donald Shelton’s latest research examines familial DNA search
The method helped catch a serial killer earlier this year, but Shelton said there are moral and ethical concerns raised on who can access raw DNA information. He is one of 13 faculty set to discuss their research at the CASL Faculty Research Slam this Friday.
This month we get to know librarian Holly Sorscher; registration opens for our Young Authors’ Festival; and you can treat yourself to a scary movie from the library’s Browsing Collection or check out one of our new databases.
See what your colleagues have been up to and submit your own good news.