African and African American Studies Assistant Professor Terri Laws talks about the role of transparency, acknowledgement and actionable change in repairing the broken trust behind the COVID vaccine hesitation in communities of color.
Saturday was a big day for the UM-Dearborn community — more than 1000 students from August and December graduated. Although there wasn’t a physical ceremony due to the pandemic, the community rallied to recognize the achievements of these 2020 graduates.
College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters student Fatooma Saad adds another story of perseverance to her family history — she graduates with honors on Saturday.
With nearly 50 years at UM-Dearborn and 12 U.S. presidential elections during his time on campus, Political Science Professor Ronald Stockton heads into retirement after witnessing a milestone year for student political involvement.
This commencement season, six students are being recognized with the university’s top graduation honor.
The next phase of the pandemic could be a test of how much we’ve learned about inequity in America.
Humans evolved from group hunters to civic rule creators: Do other primates have these capacities for cooperation?
CASL professor receives $1M grant for project looking to reverse engineer behavior to better understand humans, our primate cousins, and to prepare for future artificial intelligence development.
Dale and Anne Thomson’s Detroit home recently played host to actors Ray Liotta and Benicio Del Toro.
Associate Professor Joshua Akers talks about the Detroit housing crisis on the horizon, what people are doing to help, and why the Dec. 31 eviction moratorium date ignores the reality of increasing COVID case numbers locally and across the nation.
Associate Professor Tim Kiska and 20 of his journalism students spent Tuesday night in the Detroit Free Press newsroom assisting with election news coverage and gathering voting results for the too-close-to-call presidential race.
Looking at data to see how the pandemic changed the community mental health landscape, one CASL faculty member says people have adjusted to the new virtual environment and telemental health has promise to be an effective delivery service.
In a year full of surprises, the 2020 presidential election results might be just as the polls report. Here’s why.
As part of a leading research team, Associate Professor Will Clarkson spent much of the last decade working to assemble an extensive map of the inner regions of the Milky Way galaxy.
At only 18 years old, freshman Alexcia Starks is working to make her Detroit neighborhood a more attractive, sustainable, socially just place to live.
A UM-Dearborn political science professor breaks down why this election won’t be like any other and our prospects for surviving it.
Learn about the democratic process — and explore ways to improve it — through U-M’s Democracy & Debate themed semester’s online resources, prominent speakers and moderated discussions.
To attract the leaders and best, 30-plus organizations — like DTE Energy, the Department of State, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles — are coming to UM-Dearborn’s virtual fall career fairs. Here are tips on making a great impression from a distance.
Center for Arab American Studies faculty received an Exploration Pilot Grant through the U-M Presidential Arts Initiative. Selected from among the more than 80 proposals submitted, their podcast project highlights Arab American authors.
The university ranks fourth among regional public universities in the Midwest. COB and CECS place 3rd and 5th, respectively, in their categories.
Sociology Professor Pamela Aronson — using research findings as a guide — breaks down the challenges hitting today’s emerging adults the hardest and gives actions to take and changes to make.
Students share their research and internship summer experiences and how going virtual has made them more prepared for the future.
Here are classes offered this fall for you to consider.
Faculty — through their research expertise — developed four pandemic concentrations in areas of medical, healthcare, communication and psychology.
Dearborn Comeback gives individualized academic and financial support — including up to $5,000 in grants — to former UM-Dearborn undergraduate students who are coming back to finish what they started.
Four UM-Dearborn faculty share their secrets for excelling in online classes.