Experiential learning is a hallmark of a UM-Dearborn education. Classroom discussions and readings come alive through research.
We offer students ample opportunities to collaborate with faculty and even find grants to work independently on cutting-edge research.
Students have traveled to Taiwan to study the mating behavior of spiders and spent years in the lab seeking a cure for triple negative breast cancer. Given the support and resources you need, what will you research?
Assistant professor Lara Rusch takes students beyond the headlines and statistics to dig deep into the history of metropolitan politicsâand to begin to understand their role within the region.
Environmental science student Thomaz Carvalhaes partnered with Focus: HOPE this summer to improve access to public transportation in Detroit.
Because of his background in robotics, Nevrus Kaja thought of proposing an idea for a sensor that would mimic the olfaction function of the noseâan application that already interests those in the military and medical fields.
Miriam Bukhsh works closely with UM-Dearborn Lecturer Cecilia Speyer to test whether a prescription drug used to treat epilepsy also can limit the spread of cancer cells in triple negative breast cancer patients.
Four University of Michigan-Dearborn students have spent hundreds of hours researching the popular food company in order to project its financial and stock performance over the next five years.
Walaa Tout and Sunpreet Singh presented "Socioeconomic Status and Stress Reactivity" at the Sargon Partners' Undergraduate Research Showcase presented by the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters (CASL).