• One day with Lauron Sanders

    Lauron Sanders didn’t plan to play basketball at University of Michigan-Dearborn—in fact, she had only played the sport for two years in high school. But when the business student realized she could play basketball while working and continuing her studies, she decided to join the team as a walk-on athlete. “Basketball has more »

    8:30 a.m. - I wasn't going to play basketball when I first came to UM-Dearborn because I thought I wouldn't be able to handle basketball, school and work. (I had only played two years of high school basketball.) But now basketball has become one of my passions. I love being part of a team and giving my absolute best every day—joining UM-Dearborn’s basketball team was the best decision I’ve made!

Catching the wave: Lecturer Mark Steffka receives award for engineering and educational advancement

When Mark Steffka was a youth, his room was filled with wires, circuits and hardware. “There was typically stuff lying everywhere. You could hardly walk without tripping over something,” the electrical and computer engineering lecturer said with a laugh. “But my parents were still very supportive.  My dad would get more »

Community politics: Student Jewell Jones becomes youngest ever elected to Michigan House of Representatives

Jewell Jones was just a 20-year-old college student when he was elected as Inkster, Michigan’s, youngest city councilman. And now, at 21, he’s making headlines again as the youngest person ever elected to the Michigan House of Representatives. Yes, the full-time political science and business student has a lot on more »

Ron May and Dr. David Brown to address Class of 2016

Ron A. May, executive vice president of major enterprise projects at DTE Energy, and Dr. David J. Brown, associate vice president and associate dean for health equity and inclusion at the University of Michigan Health System, will be the keynote speakers at University of Michigan-Dearborn’s commencement ceremonies on Saturday, December more »

8:30 a.m. - I wasn't going to play basketball when I first came to UM-Dearborn because I thought I wouldn't be able to handle basketball, school and work. (I had only played two years of high school basketball.) But now basketball has become one of my passions. I love being part of a team and giving my absolute best every day—joining UM-Dearborn’s basketball team was the best decision I’ve made!

One day with Lauron Sanders

Lauron Sanders didn’t plan to play basketball at University of Michigan-Dearborn—in fact, she had only played the sport for two years in high school. But when the business student realized she could play basketball while working and continuing her studies, she decided to join the team as a walk-on athlete. “Basketball has more »