In the News

  1. SEAS continues to grow the Environmental Justice program with new expertise, community organizers

    SEAS welcomes new faculty, bringing new expertise and courses that will provide students with more opportunities to learn from leaders that bring real-world experience.

  2. Seven SOE graduate students garner 2022 Anti-Racism Graduate Research Grants

    Anti-Racism Graduate Research Grants aim to support engagement in research projects focused on racial inequality, racial equity, and racial justice while advancing graduate student progress toward degree.

  3. Michigan Farmworker Project seeks to improve social and environmental health for marginalized population

    Q&A with Alexis Handal and Lisbeth Iglesias-Rios of the research initiative Michigan Farmworker Project

  4. Faculty, staff eligible for funds to adopt educational technology Byline:

    Academic Innovation Fund awards support to faculty partners interested in transformative educational technology tools and implementation.

  5. Archaeology that empowers

    Recently finishing a research experience at Amache Japanese American incarceration camp in Colorado, Anthropology senior William Smith shares how his UM-Dearborn archaeological experiences prepared him for that field study and for his future.

  6. Funding aims to increase access to diverse doula care

    School of Nursing professor receives $34,000 in grant funding from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund to increase and diversify the doula workforce.

  7. Misha Teplitskiy awarded grant to investigate discrimination in peer reviews

    Misha Teplitskiy, assistant professor at the University of Michigan School of Information, was awarded a $115,655 grant from Schmidt Futures.

  8. Stamps Students Join Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project

    Students spent a part of their summer in the city of Detroit, gaining valuable experience as interns in the Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project (DNEP) + Impact Studio for Local Business internship program.

  9. Gräbner and Hansen Work Across Scales and the Globe

    Architectural studio gives students opportunities to develop inclusive, sustainable design solutions for housing sites across Detroit.