For the 29th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, 300-plus people gathered remotely and in-person to do more than 10 projects that included knitting hats and scarves to keep people in our community warm, assembling meals for the hungry and more.
UM-Dearborn's DEI Climate Survey for the campus community launches Wednesday, Jan. 19.
Teaching about child maltreatment and trauma takes a special awareness for how close to home the topic can hit for many students.
UM-Dearborn hosted five ceremonies and conferred nearly 800 degrees over the weekend.
The public health graduate talks about rolling with the punches, the payoff and pain of changing majors, and planning for life without a plan.
A UM-Dearborn student’s doctoral research is helping educators be more capable advocates for Native American students impacted by the legacy of Indian Boarding Schools.
To acknowledge the number of strong medallion candidates among UM-Dearborn’s top graduates, three medallions recipients are awarded per college starting with our Fall 2021 alumni — with one of those students receiving the top Chancellor’s Medallion.
Associate Professor Dara Hill recently made a short documentary based on her research to reach audiences other than her fellow academics. It’s also helped renew her enthusiasm for the work.
Leaders from the education department talk about why so many of our graduates are flocking to serve districts where it’s hardest to recruit teachers.
Campus leaders created a whole new study abroad model — and made it open to all undergraduate students in a desirable location at an affordable cost.
For this year’s DTE E-Challenge, an interdisciplinary team of faculty and students will leverage everything from artificial intelligence to “shaming” to reduce our energy footprint.
The National Science Foundation awards campus faculty with $1.44 million to create a STEM Scholars program that tailors impactful education practices — like research, cohorts, professional development and more — for lower-income, high talent students to bridge a gap that exists in science fields.
UM-Dearborn professor and educational reformer Seong Hong has dedicated her career to constructivism, a dynamic theory of learning that’s long been the antidote to the “factory” model of PreK-12 education.
Campus researchers explore complex questions regarding COVID vaccination during a Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) project.
Yahaira Vega now considers herself an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, a subject she knew little about before her undergraduate research project.
Recent work by UM-Dearborn education faculty takes a look at the power of a unique learning garden project that’s Detroit-grown.
UM-Dearborn’s 15-credit TESOL program prepares you to teach others English, which can literally open up a world of opportunities.
Colleagues and former students share their memories of the longtime education lecturer who died earlier this month.
UM-Dearborn early childhood educators have been inspiring minds for 50 years. And no matter how much the Early Childhood Education Center grows, it continues to stay close to the child-centric mission that it was founded on in the 1970s.
Can the social studies classroom help a younger generation of Americans regain the ability to talk critically and calmly about tough issues?
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.
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.
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.
A future educator talks about why she is super ready to lead a classroom, and mostly ready for adulthood.


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