News from the Office of Metropolitan Impact: Metro Detroit Nature Network, seed grants, Concert of Colors
OMI announces seed grant recipients, recaps Urban Bird Treaty signing and Concert of Colors.
The Master of Science in Business Analytics capstone course pairs students with companies like DTE Electric and Ford Motor Co.
The 30-credit-hour Master of Science in Data Science degree will teach students how to effectively process, analyze, and use massive data collection.
The Ford Innovation Alliance’s Ford Faculty Internship is a new initiative to foster future research collaboration.
The Office of Metropolitan Impact is recruiting for this year’s Concert of Colors.
University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Center for Arab American Studies was awarded a prestigious $100,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to support student research on and community engagement with Arab Americans.
The College of Education, Health, and Human Services (CEHHS) registered behavior technician (RBT) program focuses on ways to enhance the everyday
To ensure students are prepared for whatever venture they choose, University of Michigan-Dearborn’s College of Business created the small business management major.
There is a need for public safety education—and University of Michigan-Dearborn is responding.
No one would believe today that prior to stepping foot on campus, Szajner wasn’t especially involved in extracurricular activities.
Five UM-Dearborn students have earned paid internships with Lear Corporation as winners of the Lear Open Innovation Challenge. The competition asked teams to come up with creative cost- and time-effective solutions to a Lear manufacturing process.
The business studies secondary major program is seeing growth. The collaboration between the College of Business and the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters aims to complement the educational outcomes of a traditional liberal arts degree with fundamental business skills.
England received the Susan B. Anthony Campus Award in recognition of his longstanding commitment to the advancement of women and girls in the fields of science and engineering.
News from the Office of Metropolitan Impact: Youth programming, Metro Detroit Nature Network and Leadership Academy
Doctoral student Rashid Faisal uses bicentennial grant to connect grade school students to engineer Cornelius Langston Henderson
Doctoral student Rashid Faisal is using a U-M bicentennial grant to connect grade school students to pioneering engineer Cornelius Langston Hughes.
The right combination: Bioengineering student shares passion for science as a Michigan Science Center volunteer
Bioengineering student Jessica Hallgath shares her passion for science as a volunteer at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit.
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
Nearly 500 volunteers gather for 24th Annual MLK Day of Service
UM-Dearborn partners with DENSO for car-sharing study.
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.
UM-Dearborn’s Formula SAE team is building on the momentum of recent success with a little help from Ford, which recently let the team use their wind tunnel facility to learn more about aerodynamics.