Giving BlueDay – Tuesday, December 2nd

On Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014, the University of Michigan is asking you to turn Giving Tuesday into Giving BlueDay – a day of online giving to the funds of U of M, including UM-Flint. The College of Arts & Sciences is encouraging donors to pick a specific fund and the amount that is right for […]

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Biology Department to Host Cell-ebration, December 5th

On December 5, 2014, nearly 200 Biology students from a variety of courses will meet and present their works to one another at the department’s Cell-ebration. More experienced students from the BIO 326, 467, and 477 courses will be creating conference-type research posters and giving oral presentations, while DEEP program students from the Utica, Lapeer, and Livingston […]

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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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