1. February 15, 2018

    Domenico Grasso named next chancellor of UM-Dearborn

    Domenico Grasso, an engineering professor who also served as provost and chief academic officer at the University of Delaware, has been selected as the next chancellor of UM-Dearborn.

  2. December 7, 2017

    Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Flint campuses submit capital outlay requests

    The university’s Ann Arbor, Flint and Dearborn campuses each submitted requests for capital funding and a five-year capital plan to the state of Michigan.

  3. September 18, 2017

    Campus briefs

    News from around the university.

  4. September 11, 2017

    Search begins for next UM-Dearborn chancellor

    The university has officially launched a search for the next chancellor of the UM-Dearborn campus. President Mark Schlissel has appointed and will co-chair a 14-member search advisory committee.

  5. August 3, 2017

    UM-Dearborn seeks public comment before accreditation visit

    UM-Dearborn is seeking public comment about the university in preparation for its continued accreditation visit from the Higher Learning Commission.

  6. June 15, 2017

    UM-Dearborn investing in financial aid, updated facilities

    UM-Dearborn’s $149 million budget for fiscal year 2018 will continue to invest in providing access to a high-quality higher education experience for students.

  7. May 18, 2017

    UM-Dearborn Chancellor Daniel Little to step down in 2018

    UM-Dearborn Chancellor Daniel Little has announced he will step down at the end of his current term. He intends to leave office June 30, 2018, but will remain a faculty member.

  8. April 20, 2017

    New engineering lab will help UM-Dearborn meet growing demand

    UM-Dearborn took another step toward constructing a new Engineering Lab Building on Thursday, as the Board of Regents approved the schematic design for the project.

  9. January 16, 2017

    Photos from MLK Day

    More photos of activities from Monday’s MLK Day events.

  10. December 6, 2016

    U-M campuses receive nearly $100K for sexual assault prevention

    For the second consecutive year, all three U-M campuses will share nearly $100,000 in state grant funding as part of Michigan first lady Susan Snyder’s initiative to combat sexual assault.