The National Science Foundation awards campus faculty with $1.44 million to create a STEM Scholars program that tailors impactful education practices — like research, cohorts, professional development and more — for lower-income, high talent students to bridge a gap that exists in science fields.
Campus’ international student population is rebounding after a pandemic decline, thanks to students who share their positive experiences and to dedicated faculty and staff.
College of Business professors Wayne Fu and Hung-Chung Su want to improve the supply chain process so that it can better weather catastrophic circumstances. The faculty mentored COB senior Siddharth Patel in researching one potential financial solution for the manufacturing industry.
U-M recognizes Professor Marilee Benore’s mentorship and inclusive practices by honoring her with the Carol Hollenshead Inspire Award for Excellence in Promoting Equity and Social Change.
Professor and PR pro Margaret Murray shares how public relations skills give students what they need to market their experiences and build relationships no matter the major.
Games, art, design, sports and more — math is everywhere. And UM-Dearborn's Mathematics professors are doing all they can to get kids to embrace the field at a young age to increase proficiency, confidence and interest in STEM fields.
UM-Dearborn’s new Engineering Lab Building is open and it’s definitely meeting expectations.
DeLean Tolbert Smith’s latest research is digging into the role families and non-classroom experiences can play in tackling STEM’s equity problems.
Mentored by faculty, 25 students completed Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) projects in 2021.
Starting Aug. 31, Enrollment Student Services staff will be just steps inside the main University Center entrance to give a friendly hello and answer questions students may have about their accounts, course registration, financial aid and more.
To strengthen community partnerships and help students gain experience, College of Business initiatives continue to support local businesses throughout COVID changes and help entrepreneurs succeed.
A summer tutoring program from Experience+ helped children of faculty, staff and students who faced a challenging K-12 academic year.
UM-Dearborn early childhood educators have been inspiring minds for 50 years. And no matter how much the Early Childhood Education Center grows, it continues to stay close to the child-centric mission that it was founded on in the 1970s.
The Wolverine Mentor Collective is a mentoring program for first-year, second-year and transfer undergraduate students. Students new to in-person campus life — those who enrolled from Summer 2020 to now — are encouraged to sign-up.
The Office of Academic Success, which launched on July 1, brings together student-focused academic resources and coordinates them under one UM-Dearborn office.
The eight-week mathematics research experience took place from May 24 to July 16. With pandemic restrictions easing, students, who initially met over Zoom, came to campus during the program’s final week.
Recent student focus groups hosted by the Hub offer a candid look at what went well, what didn’t, and what ideas might have staying power post-pandemic.
Dearborn Wolverine Helen Morrison, ‘78 B.A., shares lessons she learned through earning her degree during a time of social change, persevering after personal tragedy and witnessing how advocacy can change hearts and minds.
CASL student Bella Martincic’s research — which is featured in the CASL Research Showcase — looks at the pandemic and asks: Did news of the pandemic leave a strong mental impression? And what role does political affiliation play in that?
The expanded remote environment opened the door for UM-Dearborn’s leaders and best around the world — who work for companies like Disney, Facebook, John Deere and more — to speak with students, share their career journey and give life lessons learned. Hear what they have to say.
The Go Blue Guarantee will be available for qualifying current and new students beginning Fall 2021
For years, one of the country’s early video gaming programs has been a launchpad to careers inside and outside the gaming field.
The College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters introduces three new certificate programs that highlight diversity of thought in biochemistry, literature and language.
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.
A student team gives us a peek at how they managed a hands-on capstone project in the age of social distancing.