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.
UM-Dearborn professors land a U-M Graham Sustainability Institute catalyst grant to work with Detroit residents on how overlooked alleys can be re-imagined to reflect local history and needs, while also addressing multiple sustainability goals.
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?
UM-Dearborn faculty and staff share books they’ve enjoyed this summer and what they are currently reading. Check out the list and find the right read to add to your side table or carry-on.
UM-Dearborn’s Yunus Zeytuncu, Mathematics associate professor, named Michigan Distinguished Professor of the Year
The statewide award recognizes the outstanding contributions to undergraduate education exhibited by faculty at Michigan’s public universities.
With 25 years of Dearborn Wolverine experience, Professor Scarlatta begins her one-year appointment as interim provost and executive vice chancellor for Academic Affairs on July 1.
Economics Professor Bruce Pietrykowski shares what the federal PRO Act aims to do, the historic role of labor unions in the workplace and what the research data show about organized bargaining.
If you want to enjoy the sights and sounds of colorful songbirds, this is the week they stop at the Environmental Interpretive Center’s 300-acre Natural Areas to relax and fuel up before continuing on their migration journey north.
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.
Thousands safely gathered on campus to celebrate the UM-Dearborn Class of 2020 and Spring Class of 2021 through 12 smaller ceremonies that took place April 29 through May 4.
No matter the weather — rain, wind or sun — UM-Dearborn graduates walked across the stage during a week-long celebration of their accomplishments.
Two UM-Dearborn political science professors break down the policy and politics of new proposals to change how voting works in Michigan.
Three pre-med students started a research project exploring how the global pandemic affects the mental state of patients ages 65+. Their on-going research project is among the 22 virtual student presentations in CASL's 2021 Sargon Partners Undergraduate Research Showcase.
The pandemic highlighted a fundamental contradiction of our economic system today: The caring labor that’s assigned the lowest value, and is often performed by women, is also essential. Feminist economist Professor Suzanne Bergeron says people in power have taken note.
This commencement season, eight students are being recognized with the university’s top graduation honor.
In late March, the Environmental Interpretive Center's staff organized a prescribed burn to keep the one-acre prairie in UM-Dearborn’s Environmental Study Area maintained and healthy.
All UM-Dearborn colleges are recognized in the U.S. News & World Report “Best Graduate Schools” rankings.
Access to post-secondary education has been listed as a government priority. Is this the answer to reducing the country's wealth gap? Economics Professor Patricia Smith shares what the research says.
Assistant Professor Maya Barak shares her “crimmigration” research to give a better understanding of why deviant behavior and immigration are connected in political rhetoric, media messages and the American consciousness — and what the evidence says about this connection.
Two UM-Dearborn experts explain why equity and vaccine hesitancy are proving to be such persistent challenges.
Looking at this and what academic research says about the economic impact of paying workers more per hour, Economics Professor Bruce Pietrykowski provides insight into the federal minimum wage debate.
No matter which side you are on, walls are divisive. Looking throughout history, CASL faculty member Kristin Poling says it’s important to understand that walls don’t hold power; it’s the people who do.