Senior Amanda Saleh and recent grad Daniel Arini reflect on how a recent United Nations Millennium Fellowship experience is helping focus and sustain their work as organizers.
Campus leaders created a whole new study abroad model — and made it open to all undergraduate students in a desirable location at an affordable cost.
Campus’ international student population is rebounding after a pandemic decline, thanks to students who share their positive experiences and to dedicated faculty and staff.
Amanda Saleh and Daniel Arini will spend the semester working on two projects that advance the UN’s sustainability goals.
UM-Dearborn’s 15-credit TESOL program prepares you to teach others English, which can literally open up a world of opportunities.
UM-Dearborn students taking Arabic language courses will practice speaking through digital interactions with college students in Algeria and Morocco in an environment stimulated to look like Middle Eastern marketplaces, kitchens and other gathering spaces.
Campus Study Abroad has opportunities to study in several countries. Course registration, financial aid deadlines are approaching.
An international initiative in a College of Business classroom provided knowledge, experiential learning in entrepreneurship
Students — guided by their professor, mentors and experienced multicultural business owners — assessed global product expansion by working directly with African business owners.
The English language proficiency instructor is used to helping international students adjust to life in a different country. Now, she’s preparing to walk a mile in their shoes.
Linguistics Professor Daniel Davis, Composition and Rhetoric Professor Bill DeGenaro and Anna Muller, history assistant professor and the Frank and Mary Padzieski Endowed Professor in Polish/Polish American/Eastern European Studies, earned 2019-2020 funding for their research projects.
Mardigian Library’s weekly Conversation Circles are a laid back way to practice English. But the new program is also hoping to build bridges between native and non-native speakers.
This student organization makes studying in the U.S. a whole lot easier for UM-Dearborn’s Indian students
Studying internationally can be a logistical mess — unless you have the Indian Graduate Student Association on your side.
The UM-Dearborn-led global initiative sparks cross-cultural dialogue about the role of identity and legacy in community healing and renewal.
Martin, a criminal justice and criminology major with a French minor, will enroll in the international crime and justice graduate program at City University of New York’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice after graduating this month.
Students gain appreciation for Spanish peninsular culture and history through food in one UM-Dearborn course
SPN 321 creates a tasty dish that mixes education, collaboration and appreciation.
More than 500 undergraduates from Michigan and the MENA region participated in the virtual exchange program and pitch competition, with UM-Dearborn senior Annahita Akbarifard’s team taking the top spot.
He brings personal and professional experiences to the role, which he began Aug. 27.
Students in one UM-Dearborn French class spent eight days traveling through France during spring break.
The new director of global engagement is committed to harnessing the power of diversity in our own backyard.
Khoury family recognized by Center for Arab American Studies for lifelong contributions to the Arab American community
CAAS named its office space after Elie Razmi Khoury and Farideh Khoury following a significant gift by Nabil Khoury (’85 B.S.), his wife, Mouna, and sister, Dina Khoury Hanby (’91 B.A.).
Program pairs undergraduate students from Dearborn, Ann Arbor, with North African peers to find entrepreneurial solutions to social challenges
The virtual exchange program currently is recruiting students from UM-Dearborn, with applications due Dec. 1.