Professor Jie Shen’s new “digital diagnosis” technique could help us better understand why and when components will fail.
The UM-Dearborn-led global initiative sparks cross-cultural dialogue about the role of identity and legacy in community healing and renewal.
In the 20-year research review, Beatty looked at disability research from a management perspective to learn what evidence-based insight is needed to create a more equitable workspace.
U-M’s Poverty Solutions awards research that addresses poverty through opportunities, awareness and education
Two of the nine university-wide grants were given to UM-Dearborn initiatives.
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.
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.
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?
The Michigan Political Almanac website, organized by Associate Professor Tim Kiska, is a one-stop shop for information about elected officials and candidates.
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.
Examining the effectiveness of hazardous substance rankings and their impact on more environmental conscious industrial practices
Decision Science Assistant Professor Wayne Fu’s research shows that business production practices do change with updated information and improved awareness — even when regulation doesn’t require it.
Studies suggest that clear communication from organizations during recruitment may result in more effective future employee-organization relationships.
UM-Dearborn faculty are helping a Detroit resident push his Green Energy Village concept — rows and rows of energy-generating wind-turbine and solar panel-equipped sculptures — to a near-reality on Detroit’s east side.
A collaboration between Ford and UM-Dearborn is becoming an important incubator for new research.
The UM-Dearborn computer and information science associate professor is the youngest ever to win the country’s Distinguished Researcher Award.
College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters associate professors Francine Banner and Lara Rusch are working on a publication to inform others in academia and in key legal and judicial positions about this successful alternative justice program.
Feature-length film shows how female poker players worked—and continue to work—toward parity at the gaming table.
Associate Professor Anda Botoseneanu’s recent research reveals why some combinations of chronic diseases can be particularly dangerous.
Her new documentary, The Season in the Mist: Sikhs in America, shares the experiences of Indian Sikhs in Michigan.
Social Work Assistant Professor Jessica Camp is calling for a paradigm shift in how we support those with mental illnesses
The Detroit History Podcast launched in December, with two new episodes available each month.
Murphey and her team of student researchers have partnered with ZF to develop a car with 360-degree vision.
The Michigan Iranian-American Oral History Project aims to digitally document the stories of Iranian-Americans with ties to the state and highlight their everyday lives.
In Assistant Professor Joe Lo’s lab, an undergraduate research project is chasing creative new ways to detect disease.
Assistant Professor Marouane Kessentini has partnered with software company Sema to find the most efficient way to fix broken code.
Muller, who is the Frank and Mary Padzieski Endowed Professor in Polish/Polish American/Eastern European Studies, spent years collecting oral histories for her book If the Walls Could Speak: Inside a Women’s Prison in Communist Poland.