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Monday, March 16, 2015
Sap collecting at UM-Dearborn
The annual collection of sap from campus sugar maple trees is one sure sign that spring is near. In this throwback photo from 1998, fifth-grade students from Newberry Elementary School in Detroit set off to collect sap. Dorothy McLeer, who submitted the photo, said the day was part of UM-Dearborn's Urban Environmental Education Program, which welcomed nearly 3,000 students to campus during a three-year period.
The College of Business part-time M.B.A. program again was recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation's best. This marks the sixth consecutive year UM-Dearborn has earned the honor.
Assistant professor Will Clarkson is collaborating with colleagues from across the country to make a map of the Milky Way. The project is intended to help gain new insights into the galaxy's formation history. 
Bruce Maxim, associate professor of Computer and Information Science, understands the passion students bring to campus each and every day. That’s why Maxim plans to participate in this year’s Faculty and Staff Campaign, which runs March 16 to April 17.
UM-Dearborn is gearing up to host its annual “On the Move: College is an Option” event, a free one-day college access workshop that offers support for metro-area adults interested in beginning, returning to, or continuing their college education, particularly those with financial need. 
This month we are highlighting some e-books and databases recently added to our collection.
University of Michigan-Dearborn’s search for a new vice chancellor for enrollment management and student life continues this week as the search committee conducts initial confidential interviews with candidates.
A new exhibition at UM-Dearborn’s Alfred Berkowitz Gallery will feature a fascinating collection of mixed media works and paintings by Austrian artist Ursula Hübner. The opening reception will take place Friday, March 27, as part of the annual Austrian Studies Association Conference with the theme “Crossing Borders—Blurring Borders.”