Congratulations to the December 2014 CAS Maize & Blue Award Winners!

The Maize and Blue Award is the highest academic award bestowed upon graduates of the University of Michigan-Flint. Recipients not only have to show excellence in their coursework and GPAs (3.75 or better), but must also be nominated by their faculty/department to be eligible. Nominees are considered based on their intellectual maturity and depth, character, […]

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UM-Flint Debate Team Wins Third Tournament

Per Dr. Marcus Paroske, Assoc. Professor & Department Chair of Communications & Visual Arts: Members of the UM-Flint Debate team travelled this past weekend to Louisiana Tech University for a tournament. The team may have brought the cold with them to the South (temperatures were hovering around freezing), but they brought back to Flint the […]

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Archway Project Blog Launched

From Donna Ullrich, faculty member of the Communications Department of UM-Flint: “Everybody has a story to tell… …are you ready to tell yours?” The Archway Blog Launches To Showcase Area Young Filmmakers And Artists The University of Michigan-Flint’s Communication and Visual Arts Department is seeking young filmmakers and artists to contribute to its new Archway Blog, which […]

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Welcome to Dr. Nathaniel S. Miller, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Name: Nathaniel S. Miller, PhD (Nathan) Title: Assistant Professor Department: Psychology Classes I’m teaching: PSY 316-Biological Psychology PSY 323-Advanced Research & Writing in Psychology Professional Interests/Activities: • Research mentoring of undergraduate students • Translational research that moves basic science with patient populations to therapeutic interventions • Community-based interventions for older adults and individuals with Parkinson’s […]

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Global Issues Film Festival – Nov. 18th-23rd

This fall marks the 13th year for the Global Issues Film Festival! The festival, sponsored by the University of Michigan-Flint, Kettering University, and Mott Community College, showcases the work of independent filmmakers from around the globe, representing a variety of voices and viewpoints that challenge viewers to reach across the boundaries of language, culture and […]

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Welcome to Dr. Yu-Cheng (Frank) Liu, Asst. Professor in Mechanical Engineering!

Name: Yu-Cheng (Frank) Liu Title: Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering Department: Computer Science, Engineering, and Physics (CSEP) Classes I’m teaching: EGR-350 Fluid Mechanics EGR-451 Computational Fluid Dynamics Professional Interests/Activities: Selected invited seminars: Y.C. Liu, “Droplet combustion of surrogate and real fuel systems in a low convection condition,” Research Seminar, MOMENTIVE, Richmond Heights, OH, May 14, […]

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Hope is a Good Thing – UM-Flint Student Art Exhibition

University of Michigan-Flint students, staff, and faculty (and all members of the local community) are invited to an exhibition and reception hosted and curated by students of ARH 111: History of Ancient to Medieval Art. This is the second annual UM-Flint exhibition supporting artists from the Thumb Correctional Facility in Lapeer, MI. These artists worked with UM-Flint […]

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Students, Staff, Faculty Experience World-Renowned Authors Thanks to Campus Partnership

This autumn, students from the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor and Flint campuses, and their surrounding communities, were fortunate to have two world-famous authors on hand to speak about their works and lives. On Thursday, September 25th, and Friday, September 26th, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, author of Half of a Yellow Sun and Purple Hibiscus, spent time in Flint. Local […]

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Welcome to Dr. Ming Li, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering!

Name: Dr. Ming Li Title: Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Department: CSEP Dr. Li received her PhD from Florida International University and is interested in Mechatronics. Her research involves Structural Health Monitoring. She served in the Department of Engineering Technology at Miami University Middletown for four years. Dr. Li grew up in Qingdao, China, a beautiful coastal […]

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Dr. Ernest Emenyonu Featured in Faculty Research Spotlight

On Wednesday, October 29th, Dr. Ernest Emenyonu, Professor and Chair of UM-Flint’s Africana Studies Department was featured as the as the subject of a Faculty Research Spotlight by the Office of Research. The title of his talk was “Verbal Arts, Folklore, and Literary Imagination in non-Western Pre-Colonial Societies: the Evolution and Development of the Novel in […]

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