With the wide range of programs and classes here at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, students are never at a loss for what to class to take next, especially if they are undecided. The great classes always point students in the right direction, as do the professors, who make the class have a whole new outlook.
On Thursday, PRIDE at the University of Michigan-Dearborn hosted its first “I Am An Ally” event in the University Center.
Tuition doesn’t pay for everything. This may come as a surprise to some students, but the combined costs of maintenance, operations, and expansions coupled with the need to maintain a reasonable tuition fee adds up to a hefty bill that can’t be facilitated only by student dues.
Opened just this past week, the Market Twenty 4 Seven is a kiosk within the Union that functions as a mini-convenience store that supplies residents with a small but diverse quantity of products.
We are in the midst of Inclusion Week, sponsored by Student Government (SG) to celebrate one of our core values at the University of Michigan-Dearborn: our collective commitment to providing welcome and acceptance to all that make up our community of higher education.
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 Michigan Journal asks students, “Where in the world would you study abroad?”
On February 7, the University of Michigan-Dearborn welcomed professor and the Vice Provost for Diversity and Senior Adviser to the Chancellor at the University of Illinois-Chicago, Dr. Tyrone Forman, to speak on the social issue of prejudice in a series of lectures called “The Conversation on Race.”
The University of Michigan-Dearborn held its first Doctor of Education commencement ceremony this past December, in which the students were awarded their doctorate degrees in Education.
“My 8:20 lab is too early!” “Well, my 6-9 night class is too late!” These are some of the common grievances held by University of Michigan-Dearborn students. Inconvenient class times can leave students with no choice but to sign up for exhausting schedules. We asked students if they would like to see class times at the university change.
The Commission for Women, the University of Michigan-Dearborn Staff Senate, UM-Dearborn Human Resources and the Women’s Resource Center have collaborated to bring back the Go Blue Goes Red Luncheon, a heart disease prevention event that will take place on February 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the University Center, Kochoff Hall.
Students who have become accustomed to the current class schedules will need to pay closer attention come Fall 2014, as the University of Michigan-Dearborn will be attempting to make substantial changes to class times.