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Monday, March 9, 2015
Celebrate Engineering
The College of Engineering and Computer Science hosted Celebrate Engineering and Computer Science Day last Wednesday. The event included student projects, demonstrations from student teams, hands-on activities, and presentations of the different branches of engineering and computer science. Pictured above, members of Alpha Omega Epsilon, a professional engineering and technical science sorority, led a catapult-making activity.
UM-Dearborn's new business studies major combines both a liberal arts and professional education. The program, which is available only as a second major, is a partnership between the College of Business and the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters.
More than 30 students traveled to one of three sites across the country—Manistique, Mich., Cleveland and Catalina Island—to participate in this year's Alternative Spring Break.
Political science professor Ron Stockton and a team of UM-Dearborn students once again earned the most outstanding delegation award at the Michigan Model Arab League conference
Joe Lunn's book, "Memoirs of the Maelstrom: A Senegalese Oral History of the First World War," was the first of its kind when it debuted in 1999, the first to tell World War I stories through the eyes of African soldiers. Now, as countries around the world continue to commemorate the centennial of the war, his book has been released to a new audience. 
Nominations now are being accepted for MHealthy's annual Ergonomics Awards. Any university faculty or staff member can nominate a university unit or employee that has made the workplace safer by implementing ergonomic solutions.