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The University of Michigan Dearborn campus.

The University of Michigan-Dearborn will offer a new, interdisciplinary master’s program in data science beginning this fall. Through the program, students will aim to analyze and interpret data common in daily life. This data could range from traffic intersections to social media.

Prospective undergraduate students attend an event hosted by the Big House Program at Rackham on Monday

About 30 prospective minority undergraduate students gathered at Assembly Hall in Rackham Monday afternoon to meet with current University of Michigan students and administrative members to explore the advantages of choosing to study at the University for their undergraduate career.

At the 13th annual Traverse City Film Festival, two short films created by University of Michigan undergraduates were showcased on the big screen. The five-day event featured a variety of films, workshops and discussions about filmmaking.

J.R. Rothstein, a 2005 graduate from the University of Michigan, has received a Fulbright Award from the U.S. Department of State and will be a visiting scholar at the University of Toronto School of Law.

Some incoming Ross School of Business freshman at the University of Michigan from under-resourced high schools and diverse backgrounds have the opportunity to participate in a four-week program designed to expose students to the rigors of the Business School and provide them with the opport

Rachel Neimer, Director of the Gameful Learning Lab, speaks at the Go Gameful Conference at the Michigan Union on Monday.

Day Two of the Gameful Course Design Summer Institute took place Tuesday.

An agreement signed at the Paris Air Show in June will create a partnership between Airbus, a global company that produces both civilian and military aerospace products and services, and the Aerospace Engineering program at the University of Michigan.

Fifteen faculty and staff members attended an Office of Academic Innovation demo of a simulation website called Policymaker on Wednesday, which allows profess

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This fall, students in Statistics 250 will be some of the first to utilize M-Write’s new expansion — an automated text analysis tool that can predict a student’s writing score.

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Rather than finding an area of specialization, students at the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Business will have the opportunity to learn how to build their own business from the ground up with the new small business management 

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