Freshly Pressed highlights books written or edited by members of the University of Michigan-Dearborn community.
Through a new course, students learned how to interact with their community, gather personal stories and present those experiences to a broader audience.
UM-Dearborn’s Center for Arab American Studies receives grant to advance intercultural understanding
The grant, funded through the Building Bridges Program of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Arts, supports the expansion of ‘Halal Metropolis.’
College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters grad Muhammad Osto aims to advance medical research, provide care to Michigan residents
Osto, who graduated Sunday, is set to begin medical school this fall.
Her new documentary, The Season in the Mist: Sikhs in America, shares the experiences of Indian Sikhs in Michigan.
UM-Dearborn faculty, staff and students are helping the Healthy Dearborn coalition take on its biggest challenge yet: tackling the city’s health disparities.
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.
Balakrishnan and Hershock each will serve a second term, extending through 2023.
UM-Dearborn recognizes faculty and students at 36th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony
The university honored seven faculty members and nearly 100 students during the March 27 event.
Graduate student Chazlyn Miller examines the link between perceptions of and the social reactions to sexual assault
Miller’s presentation of her work earned first place at the university’s annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition.
Students in Comp364: Writing for Civic Literacy use what they learn in the classroom to assist local nonprofit organizations.
Students in one UM-Dearborn French class spent eight days traveling through France during spring break.
CASL student Beth Lundy examines the work of Irena Sendler, who saved the lives of 2,500 Jewish children during World War II.
New certificate program provides strong mathematical background for solving problems in economics, finance and risk management
The 12-credit Mathematics for Finance certificate is open to all students—including guest students—who have taken Math 115: Calculus I and Math 116: Calculus II or equivalencies.
The mathematics faculty member’s revamped linear algebra course offers a glimpse at the future of online learning.
The Detroit History Podcast launched in December, with two new episodes available each month.
Some tough intro classes, like macroeconomics, pre-calculus and intro psychology, are getting major makeovers.
The Michigan Iranian-American Oral History Project aims to digitally document the stories of Iranian-Americans with ties to the state and highlight their everyday lives.
Muller, who is the Frank and Mary Padzieski Endowed Professor in Polish/Polish American/Eastern European Studies, spent years collecting oral histories for her book If the Walls Could Speak: Inside a Women’s Prison in Communist Poland.
Assistant Professor Will Clarkson leads Hubble study that probes the archaeology of Milky Way's ancient hub
The research, which examined nine years of archival data, may provide new clues to the evolution of the galaxy.
The Master of Public Administration graduate advocates for inclusion through educational and awareness programs.
Lecturer Terry Ostrom’s 5,000-piece collection of museum-grade minerals, panned gold and fossils was donated to UM-Dearborn’s Department of Natural Sciences.
UM-Dearborn researchers collaborate with others and discover new reptile wildlife.
Khoury family recognized by Center for Arab American Studies for lifelong contributions to the Arab American community
CAAS named its office space after Elie Razmi Khoury and Farideh Khoury following a significant gift by Nabil Khoury (’85 B.S.), his wife, Mouna, and sister, Dina Khoury Hanby (’91 B.A.).