With record inflation, a lingering pandemic, supply chain concerns and sanctions on Russia, can business leaders still focus on corporate social responsibility when so much is threatening their bottom lines? Assistant Professor Justin Ames weighs in.
Get all the UM-Dearborn-related news from the recent Board of Regents meeting.
The initial tallies show UM-Dearborn raised more than $130,000 from over a thousand gifts on March 16.
UM-Dearborn alum and school superintendent Youssef Mosallam talks about how his district is helping kids adjust socially and emotionally as they return to in-person learning.
Associate Professor Emily Luxon talks about how ungrading works in her classroom and why it’s making her courses better.
Sociology Professor Pamela Aronson, who’s spoken to media outlets like BBC, Salon and Vox about the pandemic’s effect on the transition to adulthood, shares research and advice on how more established adults can help Generation Z create pathways to success.
Getting involved can be a highlight of student life — it comes with friend connections, resume enhancement and other benefits. But don’t just take our word for it. Three UM-Dearborn Wolverines want to share what they’ve learned through their campus club and student organization experiences.
A UM-Dearborn education expert breaks down how teaching became a profession in crisis, and why she still has hope for the future.
Political Science Associate Professor Julio Borquez says many factors go into a president’s approval rating and breaks down the factors behind Biden's current polling numbers. He also shares what we, as voters, can do to foster a future where polarization doesn't get in the way of progress.
In our series on the work lives of recent grads, ‘19 alum Chanel Stitt talks about covering the news from home.
With dangerous driver-cyclist interactions on the rise, Feng’s work is laying the groundwork for safer streets.
College of Business Assistant Professor Wayne Fu’s research has looked into car warranties for a decade. His discoveries provide manufacturers with important data for their decision-making processes — and Fu shares if he, as a consumer, would buy an extended warranty.
Assistant Professor Zheng Song explains how edge computing will help realize the dream of an "Internet of Things."
We kick off a series on the work lives of recent grads, whose post-graduation careers have happened entirely during the pandemic.
Nearly a decade ago, CASL faculty member Hani Bawardi joined the preservation effort to restore the forgotten history of the oldest Arabic-speaking settlement in the U.S., located on Washington Street in New York City — and recently scored a $1.5 million grant to commemorate the community.
Meet our newest editorial assistant on the campus’ External Relations team.
The Michigan Journal, Lyceum, Campus Video Network and WUMD Radio have been at UM-Dearborn for decades — but they are now starting a new chapter within the Wolverine Media Network.
The College of Business John H. and Patricia W. Mitchell Business Communication Lab supports UM-Dearborn business students by providing feedback on written assignments, evaluating slide presentations, giving presentation rehearsal assistance and more.
Assistant Professor Armagan Bayram hopes her mathematical modeling can bring order to a notoriously contested city environment.
Geology Professor Sven Morgan's scientific research — funded by more than $500,000 from a National Science Foundation grant — brings nature and nurture together by looking to prove a hypothesis on why land masses form while also expanding career interests for young learners.
To help the campus community learn more about issues they may encounter on the ballot, two UM-Dearborn students are working with the U-M Dinners for Democracy Program to facilitate interest on campus for the virtual sessions.
The UM-Dearborn chancellor outlined why he thinks the university is well positioned to help students thrive in a rapidly changing world.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, Marketing Professor Aaron Ahuvia explains what makes a brand a good match, why people feel love for things and the science that's behind it.
As part of the university’s strategic plan, we’re rolling out some new spaces and services specially tuned for today’s commuter students.
These educational tracks highlight how first-year students can leverage existing campus resources for academic, personal and professional success.