Benjamin Wielechowski’s newly published “Introduction to Narrative Journalism” shows off the exciting capabilities of the new generation of open educational resources.
Associate Professor of Composition and Rhetoric Mike MacDonald gives us a tour of his recent experiments with reimagining letter grades.
Professor and PR pro Margaret Murray shares how public relations skills give students what they need to market their experiences and build relationships no matter the major.
The College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters introduces three new certificate programs that highlight diversity of thought in biochemistry, literature and language.
UM-Dearborn students taking Arabic language courses will practice speaking through digital interactions with college students in Algeria and Morocco in an environment stimulated to look like Middle Eastern marketplaces, kitchens and other gathering spaces.
African and African American Studies Assistant Professor Terri Laws talks about the role of transparency, acknowledgement and actionable change in repairing the broken trust behind the COVID vaccine hesitation in communities of color.
College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters student Fatooma Saad adds another story of perseverance to her family history — she graduates with honors on Saturday.
Associate Professor Tim Kiska and 20 of his journalism students spent Tuesday night in the Detroit Free Press newsroom assisting with election news coverage and gathering voting results for the too-close-to-call presidential race.
The College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters introduces five new certificate programs for the fall that focus on food, language, media production and more.
With 45 years of research work on the World War I African experience and more than 150 oral histories with African WWI veterans, Professor Joe Lunn was contacted by the "Finding Your Roots" team to help interpret WWI ancestor's documents for show.
As Michigan Journal Editor-in-Chief Chanel Stitt prepares for graduation, she’s thankful for the experiences and advice she’s gained on campus — especially what’s helped her gain a thicker skin when it comes to processing the criticism that comes with today’s career in journalism.
Tappe, longtime UM-Dearborn educator and holder of multiple U-M graduate degrees, died Nov. 4 at age 64.
Adding to the burgeoning field of Arab American literature, Assistant Professor Ghassan Abou-Zeineddine is gathering creative nonfiction essays to share what it's like to live in the local Arab American community
Vansant tells us why she was inspired to write Austria Made in Hollywood and what she learned in the process.
JASS Associate Professor Jen Proctor’s short experimental film gives voice to coming-of-age social pressure
Am I Pretty? will be shown on campus April 17. Its inspiration came from a YouTube trend where female tweens and teens wanted viewers to comment on their appearance, commonly asking, “Am I pretty or ugly?”
Linguistics Professor Daniel Davis, Composition and Rhetoric Professor Bill DeGenaro and Anna Muller, history assistant professor and the Frank and Mary Padzieski Endowed Professor in Polish/Polish American/Eastern European Studies, earned 2019-2020 funding for their research projects.
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters senior says he doesn’t have a connection with everyone on campus — but our experience following him around for a day says otherwise.
The UM-Dearborn-led global initiative sparks cross-cultural dialogue about the role of identity and legacy in community healing and renewal.
Students gain appreciation for Spanish peninsular culture and history through food in one UM-Dearborn course
SPN 321 creates a tasty dish that mixes education, collaboration and appreciation.
UM-Dearborn faculty are exploring the promise of creating hybrid language courses that pair class time with digital learning
Feature-length film shows how female poker players worked—and continue to work—toward parity at the gaming table.
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.
The Detroit History Podcast launched in December, with two new episodes available each month.