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Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Formula SAE demonstration at Fall Open House
Formula SAE team members took their latest vehicle for a test drive during UM-Dearborn's Fall Open House. Nearly 400 prospective students and their families attended the event Saturday to learn about the university's programs, admissions requirements and scholarship opportunities.
University of Michigan-Dearborn has announced a record-breaking enrollment of 9,193 students for fall 2014, an increase of 190 students—or about 2.1 percent—from last fall. This marks the third consecutive year of enrollment greater than 9,000 students.
Brian Green became interested in corporate fraud when a routine audit he worked on turned into a $20 million fraud case. Thirty years later, the College of Business professor's work now focuses on fraud protection.
Ed.D. student Lisa Willerick prepares her students at Romulus High School for success in the workplace and in their relationships. This summer, they earned 15 medals at the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America national competition. 
This week, we highlight the recent work of Natalie Czap, Aurora Harris, Nehal Patel, Kristin Poling, Jane P. Sheldon and Claudia Walters. 
Three walk-in flu shot clinics are scheduled for October. Campus employees covered under a U-M health insurance plan will not pay an out-of-pocket fee when they bring their insurance card to the on-site clinic.

Staff Senate seeking nominations 
The Staff Senate Elections Committee is pleased to announce a call for senator nominations. Vacant seats are as follows: CASL - 2, Central Administration - 1, Business Affairs - 2, EMSL - 2, CEHHS - 1. Please email nominations to Kelly Ledingham by Monday, September 29.