The Student Government is holding a Coffee Hours event on Wednesday, October 18 in the College of Business Fairlane Center South. The event starts at 10 am and will be held for three hours.Read more
On the occasion of the CECS showcase event, alongside the new Engineering Lab Building announcement, retired Apple employee and UM-Dearborn alumnus Brett Bilbrey participated in a one-on-one with U-M student and Local 2 Fox News technical talk show host Derek Kevra, delving into interesting insights and numerous tidbits from his time at the technology giant; including his experiences working under arguably the previous decade’s most influential pioneer, Steve Jobs.Read more
Floor plans, renderings and budget plans were discussed on Thursday regarding the $90 million new Engineering Laboratory Building, which is scheduled to be finished by Fall 2020.Read more
Lyceum, the University of Michigan-Dearborn fine arts and literary journal, will be accepting submissions until October 13th at 11:59pm. Once all of the submissions are compiled, the journal will be printed and available for distribution on December 7th.Read more
Student Government sponsored a table last Thursday in coordination with Voters Not Politicians, a committee devoted to educating Michiganders about gerrymandering and changing current district boundaries.Read more
For those who have made use of the free scantrons and bluebooks in the Office of Student Engagement in prior years, that luxury has come to an end.Read more
Dr. Terry Ostrom, a lecturer of mechanical engineering at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, died on Sept. 11 of natural causes after a short illness, according to the university. He was 74.Read more
The offices of student organizations on the second floor of the University Center were rearranged in late August prior to the beginning of the fall semester.Read more
On the third floor of our Mardigian Library is the Alfred Berkowitz Gallery. The gallery is open every day except for Sundays.
Now, until October 5, the gallery is hosting its annual Open Competition.
The Michigan Journal is looking to fill editorial positions for the upcoming school year.Read more