Office of Metropolitan Impact Director Tracy Hall and husband William have been together for more than 30 years. They always thought they were good together, and Michigan Medicine recently confirmed that they really are close to a perfect match.
UM-Dearborn educators are leading the way in creating pathways to opportunity for those with trauma exposure through a new promising approach.
News from the Office of Metropolitan Impact
Traffic congestion in cities is bad and getting worse. Master’s student Meigui Yu thinks part of the solution is rethinking how we use the curbside environment.
The Office of Metropolitan Impact hosted the fifth annual Engagement Day on Thursday; plus, learn more about the upcoming Poverty Simulations and Public Allies Metro Detroit's new newsletter.
The veteran community leader has been a pillar of Detroit’s food justice movement for two decades.
The event, which is a partnership between UM-Dearborn and Henry Ford College, included more than 20 volunteer sites throughout the metro area.
U-M’s Poverty Solutions awards research that addresses poverty through opportunities, awareness and education
Two of the nine university-wide grants were given to UM-Dearborn initiatives.
These UM-Dearborn graduate students are working to close an important opportunity gap in STEAM education.
News from the Office of Metropolitan Impact: Healing Centered Restorative Engagement, Civic Engagement Week and PAMD
OMI Executive Director Tracy Hall and Social Work Assistant Professor Jessica Camp present on Healing Centered Restorative Engagement, the university celebrates Civic Engagement Week and Public Allies Metro Detroit welcomes a new group of allies and community organizations.
You want to motivate kids? And help spur change? UM-Dearborn doctoral education student says it starts with being real — even if that leads you to uncomfortable places.
UM-Dearborn faculty are helping a Detroit resident push his Green Energy Village concept — rows and rows of energy-generating wind-turbine and solar panel-equipped sculptures — to a near-reality on Detroit’s east side.
UM-Dearborn staff and students helped launch the pilot project that encourages healthy eating and seed saving.
The first round of 2018-2019 campus grants are now being accepted.
College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters associate professors Francine Banner and Lara Rusch are working on a publication to inform others in academia and in key legal and judicial positions about this successful alternative justice program.
Learn about the 2018 Seed Grant recipients and volunteer for Concert of Colors
Can young people’s dreams of higher education be ignited through near peer mentoring?
UM-Dearborn is named an inaugural member of a nationwide partnership for colleges and universities to collaborate with resources, intellect on how to best work in the communities they serve.
More than 300 campus and community partners strengthen connections at um3detroit.
UM-Dearborn’s Center for Arab American Studies receives grant to advance intercultural understanding
The grant, funded through the Building Bridges Program of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Arts, supports the expansion of ‘Halal Metropolis.’
Parke recently completed an eight-month field placement in the Office of Metropolitan Impact while enrolled in UM-Ann Arbor’s School of Social Work.
UM-Dearborn faculty, staff and students are helping the Healthy Dearborn coalition take on its biggest challenge yet: tackling the city’s health disparities.
Education Associate Professor Karen Thomas-Brown is working to build-up Detroit’s teacher roster from the inside.
Neuenschwander is one of six students presenting at the (M)Talent Showcase on April 18.
Eleven cross-campus teams competed for the opportunity to win $5,000 in prizes.