University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized six faculty members and more than 90 students Tuesday, March 22, during the 34th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony.
A group of computer and electrical engineering students wanted to challenge themselves and make something interesting and technologically advanced. They created a fully functioning robotic hand—and programmed it to learn American Sign Language.
Jordan Mazurek is taking more than a diploma with him after graduation. He’s made on-campus connections, which helped him land a full-time engineering position at Hanon Systems.
University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized five students as Chancellor’s Medallion recipients and one student speaker during the university’s commencement ceremonies May 1.
Wrestler Marina Goocher took home the National Collegiate Wrestling Association title.
Assistant Professor Marouane Kessentini encourages risk-taking research—and heeds his own advice.
Career builders: Partnership provides academic training, work-study and career placement for area youth
A partnership with GE and Workforce Opportunity Services offered participants academic training, work-study—and full-time job offers at GE as Java developers.
Two UM-Dearborn programs designed to strengthen students’ math skills before college are expanding thanks to a two-year grant from the Ford Fund.
Go with the flow: Professor Oleg Zikanov collaborates internationally to research energy storage solutions
Professor Oleg Zikanov is collaborating with colleagues worldwide to research energy storage solutions.
Longtime faculty member N. "Nattu" Natarajan is remembered for his dedication for student learning.
Designated driver: Professor researches driver-to-vehicle response with future-focused wearable technology
Distinguished scholars: Students and faculty recognized for scholarship, teaching, service and research
A new generation of engineers: UM-Dearborn commits to educating engineers equipped to tackle pressing 21st century issues
Band, take the field: CECS student graduates with double degree—and a lifetime of memories with the Michigan Marching Band