Campuses across the country are reimagining their approaches to mental health services. Here’s what that might look like at UM-Dearborn.
Starting this fall, HHS now will offer students a single nimble major with three professionally focused concentrations.
The pantry has served more than 4,000 pounds of food and continues to look for ways to serve food-insecure students.
A College of Business partnership provides 12 Bloomberg Terminals in newly named lab.
Talent Gateway veteran Rosa Gonzalez is now helping other students on their own Gateway journeys.
Can young people’s dreams of higher education be ignited through near peer mentoring?
Through The SOAR Cookbook, you can find a new favorite recipe and give back. The fund raising cookbook—featuring more than 200 faculty, staff and student entries—goes on sale today.
Neuenschwander is one of six students presenting at the (M)Talent Showcase on April 18.
The former UM-Ann Arbor assistant registrar brings his slate of soft skills to campus
CASL student Beth Lundy examines the work of Irena Sendler, who saved the lives of 2,500 Jewish children during World War II.
The mathematics faculty member’s revamped linear algebra course offers a glimpse at the future of online learning.
Priyal Sheth and Raquel Estrada were chosen to travel to Australia for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Bootcamp.
Some tough intro classes, like macroeconomics, pre-calculus and intro psychology, are getting major makeovers.
Finley, who most recently served as the university’s director of student success, will work with senior leadership to promote student interests and student development initiatives.
The UM-Dearborn alumna aims to embed mental health services in more parts of university life.
El-Souri helps young adults earn their GEDs and tutors middle and high school students.
The “Day in the Life” program included simulated courses and interactive scenarios.
The office is a recipient of this year’s Distinguished Diversity Leaders Awards, awarded by University of Michigan.
The Upward Bound Math and Science Program will connect underrepresented youth to higher education, skill building
Farhat received a U-M Certificate of Appreciation from the Neubacher Award Committee for his work evaluating braille signs across campus.
The 85 percent retention rate is up 13 percent from four years ago.
A new College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters fund aims to provide support to soon-to-be graduates.