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Monday, June 23, 2014
Ryan Keeling
Environmental studies student Ryan Keeling taps into his knowledge of Geographic Information Systems to study Fair Lane Lake's bathymetry. 
Last week the University of Michigan Board of Regents approved UM-Dearborn’s 2014-15 operating budget, which includes a 3.2 percent increase in in-state undergraduate and graduate tuition and a 21 percent increase in the financial aid budget.
Alumnus Robert Primeau plans to plant 1,600 new plants to turn Clara Ford's former rose garden into a natural, contemporary garden.
Hayatt Ali is working to bring the state's first health park to Clark Park on Detroit's southwest side. The park will serve as a hub for preventative health activities—including yoga, workout machines, a farmer’s market, free meals for kids, screenings and immunizations, and health classes—and will begin operating this Saturday.
Students Justin Kandah and Aaron Zhang analyzed paper currency across Detroit and found traces of cocaine on more than half the bills.
CECS students recently attended The Big M Event in Detroit to look to the future of engineering education: What technologies should an engineering college consider? What could a classroom or lab facility on campus look like?
Carrie Swift shares a simple message with visitors to the University of Michigan-Dearborn Observatory: Just look up. The physics and astronomy lecturer believes there are real lessons to learn from the night’s sky if people take the time to look.
Detroit native Kevin Williams looks forward to building on a culture of respect as UM-Dearborn's new chief of police and director of public safety.
CEHHS Dean Janine Janosky has been appointed to the Federal Drug Administration's Medical Device Resolution Panel. The five-member panel provides advice and recommendations in disputes between the FDA and medical device manufacturers.
University of Michigan Ann Arbor and Health Systems employees now may qualify for a scholarship to attend University of Michigan-Dearborn. The University of Michigan Employee Scholarship, valued at 20 percent of tuition and fees, is available for degree-seeking employees and can be used for undergraduate and graduate programs.
The Mardigian Library recently added some great e-resources to the collection, including the PBS Video Collection and EBSCOhost’s Audiobook eCollection. Catch up on these and other new e-books and databases.
Public Allies Metro Detroit is recruiting allies for the 2014-2015 program year and Concert of Colors is looking for volunteers.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs announced more $58,000 in external grants to two faculty members. 
A new website promoting the health, safety and security of children launched as a resource for faculty, staff, students and volunteers working with minors on and off the U-M campuses.
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