UM-Dearborn’s Community Service Personnel Scholarship helps public safety officers from participating police departments attain undergraduate or graduate degrees at a reduced price.
The University of Michigan-Dearborn will commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with its annual “Martin Luther King Jr. Week.”
UM -Dearborn students Ryan Keeling, Mitch Dziekan, Andrew Kelly, Kelly Kobberstad, and Chad Rhodes of the Geospatial Analysis and Mapping Certificate Program are investigating the Rouge River by comparing the current stream with how it looked in 1949.
The Union is not the only new addition to the University of Michigan-Dearborn; the crosswalk on Evergreen Road has been installed to ensure the safe crossing of students from The Union to campus.
Facebook has made a change to its timeline once again. The change to the timeline was announced in March and was recently unveiled to Facebook users. Users profile page went from cluttered and hard to read, to simple and organized.
On July 1, the national rate on student loans is set to double from the current rate of 3.4%, to a new rate at 6.8%.
For the first time in 26 years, Habitat for Humanity will reach outside of Detroit and into East Dearborn, where homes will be built for twelve lucky families whose dream to have a home will finally become reality. The city of Dearborn and ACCESS have partnered with Habitat in collaboration to make the completion of this project a wonderful success with the helping hand of a community of volunteers.
Students, fans, staff, and alumni excitedly lined up Friday March 29th at 3 p.m. in preparation for a special event in honor of Dr. Mark DeCamp to reflect upon his efforts as an Associate Professor of Chemistry and a Pre-Professional Advisor.
Henry Ford Community College will host a pair of anxiety management seminars entitled “Stop Test Anxiety,” which are set to take place on Tuesday, April 9 th and 16th, from 12:30-2 and 5-6:30 pm.
The results are finally in – One Michigan Coalition has won the 2013 Student Government elections.
Illinois Senator Mark Kirk has become the second Republican senator in the last few weeks to back marriage equality, according to the Huffington Post.
University of Michigan students have used Facebook as a way to support same-sex marriage more than anyone else in the country.