CASL series reflects on the lasting impact of five days of unrest in Detroit.
Early exposure: UM-Dearborn awarded NEH challenge grant to support student research and community engagement on Arab American subjects
Transferrable skills: UM-Dearborn student earns top Tau Sigma scholarship for eighth consecutive year
Political science student Dima Atiya reflects on semester as White House intern.
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized five students as Chancellor’s Medallion recipients and two student speakers during the university’s commencement ceremonies December 17. Courtney Ford
CASL student Magy Shenouda has her eyes set on D.C. after graduating this December.
Community politics: Student Jewell Jones becomes youngest ever elected to Michigan House of Representatives
Student Jewell Jones recently became the youngest person ever elected to the Michigan House of Representatives.
Students in Assistant Professor Anna Muller's Oppression and Survival in Concentration Camps course are exploring human coping strategies through 'Forbidden Art.'
Christian Ledford saw the customs of the oldest independent state of the Arab world. He shared ideas with government representatives. And he enjoyed getting a new perspective on world affairs.
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized seven outstanding alumni during the 2016 Alumni Difference Makers Awards Ceremony on Friday, October 21.
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A mission for Curiosity: Geology assistant professor Mark Salvatore and students involved in latest Mars endeavor
Geology Assistant Professor Mark Salvatore and his students are studying Mars to see if it could support sustained life.
Students got up close and personal with medieval skeletons, ancient philosophers and more during study abroad experiences this summer.
Holthus—along with her husband John (’89 B.S.) and their children Rachel, a UM-Dearborn junior, and Matthew, a UM-Dearborn freshman—were among the first to experience the Natural Sciences Building’s transformation at Friday’s grand opening.
Ginny and Ed Sayles show their gratitude by creating an endowed scholarship for CASL students.