Faculty and Staff News

News from Mardigian Library: Student Assistant Open House

News Admin : March 20, 2017 12:34 pm : Faculty/Staff News, Library
Mardigian Library Student Assistant Open House March 29 & 30, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Looking for a part-time job on campus? Interested in working at a library? Want to work with fellow UM-Dearborn students, faculty, and staff? At the Mardigian Library Hiring Open House you can: Learn how to more »
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Kudos: Kessentini, Kondapalli, Yi

News Admin : March 20, 2017 12:26 pm : Faculty/Staff News, Kudos
Interested in sharing your news with the campus community? Submit your news online. Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science Marouane Kessentini received an outstanding reviewer award from the Journal of Systems and Software. He also has been appointed associate editor of the leading journal IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation. more »
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The Dearborn Icebreaker: Niko Kanagawa

News Admin : March 20, 2017 12:20 pm : Dearborn Icebreaker, Faculty/Staff News, Uncategorized
Name: Niko Kanagawa Position: Assistant Director of Admissions Years at UM-Dearborn: 4+ What does a typical workday look like for you? It really depends on the season. My fall is generally dedicated to travel (high school visits, college fairs, community outreach, etc.), while orchestrating/coordinating the admissions team. The rest of the year more »
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Freshly Pressed: Pam Pennock, Sonia M. Tiquia-Arashiro

News Admin : March 13, 2017 11:50 am : Faculty/Staff News, Freshly Pressed
Freshly Pressed highlights books written or edited by members of the University of Michigan-Dearborn community. Faculty, staff, alumni and students are welcome to submit their recently published titles to this column by e-mailing Reporter editor Kate Malicke at kmalicke@umich.edu with a summary of the book, a high-resolution JPEG of the more »
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Faculty, staff and retiree Give From Within campaign begins Tuesday

News Admin : March 13, 2017 11:38 am : Faculty/Staff News, Victors for UM-Dearborn
The late Sidney Bolkosky used to start his Intellectual History of Modern Europe course with a classical music track. After the students listened, he asked, “How many violins did you hear?” All listening to the same piece, some said two. Some said three. Eva Gogola said four. After the students more »
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