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Monday, October 20, 2014
Students and staff geared up for the public launch of UM-Dearborn's Victors for Michigan Campaign by giving The Rock a maize and blue makeover. The campus community is invited to a day of free events and entertainment in celebration of the campaign announcement and homecoming this Friday, Oct. 24. Learn more about the events.
UM-Dearborn’s College of Business has been named a best business school for the sixth consecutive year, according to The Princeton Review’s 2015 edition of “The Best 296 Business Schools.”
Assistant professor of health and human services Natalie Sampson is working to address the effects of climate change on Detroit. She sits on the Detroit Climate Action Collaborative steering committee, which is completing a climate action plan that will begin to address the city's needs.
The UM-Dearborn Formula SAE racing team made a strong showing last month at the annual Toronto Shootout. The team placed fourth out of 17, beating teams from Cornell University and MIT, among others. UM-Dearborn driver Trent Brown placed fifth out of 51 drivers.
This week we highlight recent work by Richard Adler, Thomas Fiore, P.F. Potvin and Mitchel Sollenberger.
Learn more about the writing contest for 3rd-5th graders, the WWI posters on display, outstanding PBS documentaries and film series, and help the library evaluate two trial databases.

Regents Forum scheduled for Oct. 28
U-M regental candidates Michael Behm, Rob Steele and incumbent Kathy White will be on campus Oct. 28 to participate in a Regents Forum. All candidates were invited to attend the event, during which time faculty, staff and students will have an opportunity to meet the candidates and ask questions regarding their platforms. The Regents Forum takes place at 7 p.m. in Kochoff Hall C. Learn more about the candidates.

University strategic planning continues this month with two university-wide Vision 2020 Forums: Tuesday, Oct. 21, in the Michigan Rooms and Monday, Nov. 3, in Kochoff Hall. The working lunch sessions will include discussion on what’s planned and imagine what’s possible for UM-Dearborn’s future.