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Get to Know Joshua May, D.M.A., of the Music Department!

Joshua May, D.M.A., is a Lecturer I in the UM-Flint Music Department. He will be presenting research at the Voice Educator’s Symposium at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, on February 20 & 21, 2015. His research centers on the connection of historical bel canto technique development for training young tenor voices through the use of Mozart’s concert […]

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Open Forum for Bridge Program – Feb. 11th

UM-Flint is home to a growing population of international students, and a new bridge program will help ensure their path to success while at the university and later in their careers. Dr. Emily Feuerherm of the English Department is working with the Thomson Center for Learning & Teaching to present “Building Bridges & Scaffolding Success,” an open […]

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Meet Assistant Professor Dauda Abubakar

Assistant Professor Dauda Abubakar is one of the committee members for AFRICA WEEK, a celebration taking place at UM-Flint the first week of February. All events are free and open to the public! Visit the AFRICA WEEK website for more information. Name: Dauda Abubakar Title: Assistant Professor Departments: Africana Studies & Political Science Classes I […]

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COM 399 Students Present “The Passion of the City” on December 8th

Students of Dr. Danielle De La Mare’s COM 399 class have been exploring the topic of Communication, Culture, & Place this semester. As a culminating event, on December 8th, 2014, from 5:30-8:15pm, the students will present “Passion of the City” in UM-Flint’s KIVA. Throughout their semester, the class mission has been to explore “how place is […]

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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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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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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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