OMI works with professors, organizations and communities to create change. Most recently, they worked with Associate Professor Yi-Su Chen and her COB students and Professor Jacob Napieralski and his CASL students.
The OMI staff is planning their 2021 Engagement Day — virtually, of course — and have good news about a post-graduate intern joining their team.
In this month’s OMI update, they share news about welcoming new team members and saying good bye to the Public Allies program.
Keviyan Richardson says his UM-Dearborn education helps guide him when working in his city. The latest project — called American Riad — may be the biggest community project he's done yet.
As the event approaches three decades, retired faculty and staff reflect on how the event has grown and become a campus mainstay.
Chancellor Domenico Grasso reflects on the preparations, pressures and thrills of his big role at the first UM-Dearborn Night at Comerica Park.
The City of Westland and UM-Dearborn are banking on a pairing of sports and technology to keep young women dreaming big about STEM.
Working in three different regional locations, participants picked up leadership skills and civic engagement knowledge during the week-long volunteer experience; ASB projects focused on environmentalism, affordable housing and community organizing.
The event, which is a partnership between UM-Dearborn and Henry Ford College, included more than 20 volunteer sites throughout the metro area.
Through this UM-Dearborn-led program, partners from across the state show local youth how to collect and present research when advocating for cleaner air, healthier communities.
College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters associate professors Francine Banner and Lara Rusch are working on a publication to inform others in academia and in key legal and judicial positions about this successful alternative justice program.
The low-maintenance permaculture orchard and garden is growing fresh produce—for a good cause.
UM-Dearborn is named an inaugural member of a nationwide partnership for colleges and universities to collaborate with resources, intellect on how to best work in the communities they serve.
More than two dozen students participated in Alternative Spring Break and Solar Spring Break programs at home and across the country.
The Office of Metropolitan Impact is recruiting for this year’s Concert of Colors.
Nearly 20 students participated in the Global Brigades-UM-Dearborn chapter’s trip to Honduras, where they helped the international aid organization provide health screenings and demonstrate preventive care.
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