04/18/2022

'This is a generation that can change the world for the better'

Grad student Katie Smith and her psychology research won the 2022 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition on campus and she recently competed at the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools' regionals....
08/09/2021

How to manage the transition back to the office

Professor Marie Waung explores what’s on the horizon for the 21st century workspace, and gives suggestions for supervisors on how to support their teams’ return-to-work shifts....
06/28/2021

COVID-19 and Flashbulb Memory

CASL student Bella Martincic’s research — which is featured in the CASL Research Showcase — looks at the pandemic and asks: Did news of the pandemic leave a strong mental impression? And what role does political affiliation play in that?...
02/15/2021

'In America, opportunity is measured by ZIP code'

Associate Professor Kevin Early, a criminologist and expert in the field, is featured on the BET+ series "American Gangster: Trap Queens," which gives a platform for people to share their stories, addresses racial, income and gender disparities, and, in m...
11/30/2020

Humans evolved from group hunters to civic rule creators: Do other primates have these capacities for cooperation?

CASL professor receives $1M grant for project looking to reverse engineer behavior to better understand humans, our primate cousins, and to prepare for future artificial intelligence development. ...
10/21/2020

What have COVID-19-related changes shown us about community telemental health?

Looking at data to see how the pandemic changed the community mental health landscape, one CASL faculty member says people have adjusted to the new virtual environment and telemental health has promise to be an effective delivery service....
07/06/2020

Get a specialized education in a short amount of time

The College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters introduces five new certificate programs for the fall that focus on food, language, media production and more. ...
06/15/2020

What can we do about the extinction crisis?

College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters faculty and American Society of Primatologists colleagues form action network for primate conservation....
07/22/2019

Colleagues remember James E. Gruber as a “gentle, but fierce” voice for people silenced by discrimination and prejudice

Decades before the #MeToo Movement, Gruber — who passed away June 26 — put the spotlight on equity and gender-based discrimination and worked tirelessly to do something about it....
03/18/2019

This UM-Dearborn course is facilitating discussion on what it means to be a man in today’s society

The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters class also looks at the importance of having the opportunity to rethink and reshape social constructs....