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Transferrable skills: UM-Dearborn student earns top Tau Sigma scholarship for eighth consecutive year

Another year, another top scholarship for a UM-Dearborn transfer student. Salam Smidi—a transfer student from Henry Ford College—earned the top Tau Sigma National Honor Society scholarship for 2017. This marks the eighth consecutive year a UM-Dearborn student has received the honor. Smidi was recently presented with the $2,000 scholarship from more »

A guardian mindset: New program helps police think through ways to handle confrontations

Creators of a new University of Michigan-Dearborn program are working to reimagine the use of force within local police departments. Alternatives to Violent Force is a seven-week workshop designed to help police officers think through different ways to handle confrontations. Criminology and Criminal Justice Director Donald Shelton said the program more »

News from Mardigian Library: R.E.A.D, lifelong entrepreneurship and new exhibit at Berkowitz Gallery

R.E.A.D. discusses “Me Before You” on Friday, Jan. 27 Join us Friday, January 27, when R.E.A.D. (Read, Eat, and Discuss) discusses the No. 1 New York Times bestseller and movie Me Before You by JoJo Moyes. “Moyes introduces us first to Will Traynor, a formerly high-flying, thrill-seeking executive now confined more »