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.
From wraparound support for international students to broader services for our LGBTQ+ community, here’s how staff made UM-Dearborn a more inclusive place in 2018.
These UM-Dearborn graduate students are working to close an important opportunity gap in STEAM education.
Chahine launched the new student org — which already has a roster of nearly 70 — after doing her own market research and looking at potential member ROI.
Heatlie will help the office continue to uphold a nondiscriminatory and harassment-free learning, research and work environment. She began Oct. 15.
The UM-Dearborn assistant professor is making the conversation around inclusion a whole lot bigger.
Feature-length film shows how female poker players worked—and continue to work—toward parity at the gaming table.
UM-Dearborn students experience the power of the Black History 101 Mobile Museum.
Faculty, staff and students gathered to share their 15-minute memoirs.
The U-M Academic Women’s Caucus honored the College of Engineering and Computer Science for its diversity efforts.
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.
The new director of global engagement is committed to harnessing the power of diversity in our own backyard.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni from both UM-Dearborn and Henry Ford College volunteered at nearly 20 service agencies throughout the region.
The office is a recipient of this year’s Distinguished Diversity Leaders Awards, awarded by University of Michigan.
The Master of Public Administration graduate advocates for inclusion through educational and awareness programs.
Little will step down as chancellor this June after 18 years of leadership at UM-Dearborn.
Mechanical and bioengineering student Jasnoor Singh is a member of the award-winning UM-Ann Arbor dance team.
Farhat received a U-M Certificate of Appreciation from the Neubacher Award Committee for his work evaluating braille signs across campus.
Metro Read is a campus program to instill a joy of learning, to think critically and to increase community engagement.
New LGBTQ Studies certificate will explore diverse forms of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression
The 12-credit LGBTQ Studies certificate is available to degree-seeking students or to those who wish to take it as a post-baccalaureate standalone.