Conflict is in every job and it’s not always a bad thing. But at the public level — for a community to thrive — it needs to be managed effectively.
The big award from the Department of Energy goes to support “high risk, high reward” research in the area of energy innovation. Here’s an overview of what the team from UM-Dearborn plans to tackle.
A UM-Dearborn professor is exploring whether machine learning can help create individually tuned, responsive climate control systems we never have to fight over.
A new MCubed project is recasting VR as assistive technology.
Taehyun Shim’s work on a powerful driver assist technology is an aspirational model for university-industry collaborations.
Associate Professor Dara Hill's long-term research is painting a complex portrait of how Detroit's new residents are navigating a turbulent education system.
Have a project or idea you need funding for? If so, it’s worth checking out these offerings from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
The annual eCities study recognizes 181 Michigan communities — including four standouts — developing a positive entrepreneurial climate.
Grants totaling nearly $75,000 recently were awarded from the Research Support Committee of the Faculty Senate
UM-Dearborn researcher’s discovery could allow for widespread distribution of an alternative energy resource.
For nearly 20 years, the political science educator has traveled to cemeteries from Dearborn to all around the world to conduct research.
Three-Minute Thesis winner Devon Kardel researches ways to manage and alleviate distress, trauma
Doctoral student Rashid Faisal is using a U-M bicentennial grant to connect grade school students to pioneering engineer Cornelius Langston Hughes.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science recognizes graduate students who demonstrate excellence in research.
Earth sciences student Kelly Williamson is working with DTE Energy to research the feasibility of building on land along the Huron River.
Physics student Brittany Howard looks to the night sky (and a Chilean observatory) to chart her research goals.
Students' eight-week summer research program in mathematics opened minds ... and doors.
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