Diversity and justice: Symposium to explore how the criminal justice system confronts issues related to race, the Arab American community, and gender and sexuality
Understanding Ukraine: UM-Dearborn student uses national platform to address country's political climate
Mapping out the future: Claudia Walters shares how GIS technology is addressing community and environmental concerns
Urban politics: Students move beyond the headlines and statistics to dig deep into the history of metropolitan politics
Assistant professor Lara Rusch takes students beyond the headlines and statistics to dig deep into the history of metropolitan politics and to begin to understand their role within the region.
From the classroom to the council: Alex Garza works to make a difference as Taylor's youngest city council member
From the courtroom to the classroom: Retired judge Donald Shelton named director of UM-Dearborn criminal justice program
Environmental science student Thomaz Carvalhaes partnered with Focus: HOPE this summer to improve access to public transportation in Detroit.
The power of a good book: Mary Ann Zawada's effort to honor sister's legacy results in textbooks to first-year students
Walaa Tout and Sunpreet Singh presented "Socioeconomic Status and Stress Reactivity" at the Sargon Partners' Undergraduate Research Showcase presented by the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters (CASL).
After the exodus: Halil Ozsavli’s research asks how Armenians adapted to their environment in the early 1900s
Halil Ozsavli joined University of Michigan-Dearborn's Armenian Research Center (ARC) as a scholar-in-residence to study how Armenians created communal life in Lebanon, keeping their language, culture and traditions.