Category: UFM-Dearborn

From Syria to Michigan: The Flint & Highland Park Pioneers in the Arab American Journey [Podcast]

Hani Bawardi Hani Bawardi is Associate Professor of History in the Department of Social Sciences, and principal member of the Center of Arab American Studies at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. He is the author of The Making of Arab Americans: From Syrian Nationalism to U.S. Citizenship. Bawardi has amassed a sizable private collection of manuscripts, ...

المنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن – واقع النظام التعليمي في الولايات المتحدة للأستاذ حيدر مازن [Video | Arabic]

  جزء 1 جزء 2 جزء 3 جزء 4

THIS WEEK: “God, Evil and Suffering” – Friday, March 9 at UFM

EVENT: Mini conference - "God, Evil and Suffering" DATE: Friday, March 9 TIME: 11:00 a.m.-3:45 p.m. LOCATION: 1030 CB Dr. Bruce Russell (Wayne State University) - "From Evil to Atheism via Inference to the Best Explanation" The problem of evil is the problem of how an all-knowing, all-powerful, wholly good God could allow the existence ...

GenEd: The Roads Not Taken

Doctor. Lawyer. Pharmacist. Engineer. If all else fails, be a teacher. "It is concerning—if not blatantly outrageous—that an entire community’s sense of accomplishment boils down to these narrow, shallow, and utterly invalid standards of success."

GenEd: “Ladderal” Moves in Education

"We are not going to reform decades of educational malpractice by replacing chalkboards with smartboards, notebooks with chromebooks, instructional texts with instructional video...that is, gimmicks that continue to shove kids up the 'education' ladder. The problem is the ladder itself."

GenEd: A Cocky Teenage Girl and The Weeknd Changed My Life (Part Two: Abel)

If you don’t know who Abel Tesfaye is, then you are culturally illiterate.