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.
In our series on the work lives of recent grads, ‘19 alum Chanel Stitt talks about covering the news from home.
We kick off a series on the work lives of recent grads, whose post-graduation careers have happened entirely during the pandemic.
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.
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.
As part of the university’s strategic plan, we’re rolling out some new spaces and services specially tuned for today’s commuter students.
The new campus exhibition “Picturing Places and Spaces” features artworks spanning several centuries that are brought together to reflect on the respite the outdoors has offered during the pandemic.
Ruthvik Sankar is an international student who’s pursuing a Master of Science in Robotics Engineering. He’s a curious explorer who enjoys traveling, meeting new people and seeing new places.
Senior Amanda Saleh and recent grad Daniel Arini reflect on how a recent United Nations Millennium Fellowship experience is helping focus and sustain their work as organizers.
UM-Dearborn's DEI Climate Survey for the campus community launches Wednesday, Jan. 19.
Teaching about child maltreatment and trauma takes a special awareness for how close to home the topic can hit for many students.
U-M students from Dearborn and Ann Arbor focused on the 18th-century River Raisin Settlement, the site of the War of 1812's Battle of the River Raisin, in Anthropology Associate Professor John Chenoweth’s field study course.
Students in the IMSE 382 manufacturing course really delivered for the holidays.
UM-Dearborn hosted five ceremonies and conferred nearly 800 degrees over the weekend.
Having lived in three different countries before transferring to UM-Dearborn, Biological Sciences major Beatriz Bruza said she was attracted to the cultural diversity of campus and Michigan's reputation for high standards. As she heads into graduation, Bruza says she picked the right school.
To acknowledge the number of strong medallion candidates among UM-Dearborn's top graduates, three medallion recipients were awarded per college. Here are the CECS and COB winners — along with the Class of Fall 2021 student speaker.
UM-Dearborn student Penny Kane won campus’ first Policy Pitch Competition, where students presented public policy changes they'd like to see at the local level and beyond.
To acknowledge the number of strong medallion candidates among UM-Dearborn’s top graduates, three medallions recipients are awarded per college starting with our Fall 2021 alumni — with one of those students receiving the top Chancellor’s Medallion.
Campus leaders created a whole new study abroad model — and made it open to all undergraduate students in a desirable location at an affordable cost.