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New exhibit opens: “Forbidden Art: Illegal Works by Concentration Camp Prisoners”

Forbidden Art tells the emotional story of the illegal artwork created by concentration camp prisoners during WWII. The Alfred Berkowitz Gallery is honored to bring this powerful exhibition, organized by the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum and The Polish Mission of the Orchard Lake Schools, to the Dearborn community. Our imagination of more »

Best bang for the buck: UM-Dearborn is top Midwest public university in annual rankings

The value of a University of Michigan-Dearborn degree again has been recognized by a national publication. The university delivers the “Best Bang for the Buck” among public universities in the Midwest, according to Washington Monthly’s annual rankings. The publication ranked the university No. 1 among public universities and No. 2 more »

Cultivating fun: Young Naturalist Program brings kids to campus for weeklong environmental science camp

The children scamper around like the grasshoppers they aim to catch in their woven nets in the fields of the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Environmental Interpretive Center (EIC). It is Thursday, “Spiders and Insects Day,” for the 30 second- through fourth-graders enrolled in the Young Naturalist Program, a weeklong environmental science more »