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UM-Dearborn honors faculty and students at 35th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony

University of Michigan-Dearborn recognized seven faculty members and more than 90 students Tuesday, March 28, during the 35th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony. The program honors faculty who have distinguished themselves in teaching, research and service, and students who have excelled academically. Faculty awards included: Distinguished Service Award: more »

Perspectives of nontraditional students: Jenine Conners

If you had to work full-time and care for a family member while being a married or single college student, what would your life look like? As part of a series on nontraditional students this semester, College of Education, Health, and Human Services student Robin Morris-Wilson investigates what it means more »

Doctoral student Rashid Faisal uses bicentennial grant to connect grade school students to engineer Cornelius Langston Henderson

Darnell Cobb-Spears and Khamari Bell stood confidently behind their presentation table at UM-Dearborn’s Engagement Day earlier this year. Like most of the other presenters that day, they had prepared eye-catching visual aids and talking points on their research subject. “Have you heard of Cornelius Langston Henderson?” Cobb-Spears asked as attendees 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 »