Experiences Mentoring Undergraduate Students in Economics Research at the University of Michigan-Dearborn
By Antonios M. Koumpias and Stuart DiDonato Antonios M. Koumpias, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics One of the parts of my job I enjoy the… Read More »Experiences Mentoring Undergraduate Students in Economics Research at the University of Michigan-Dearborn
By Faith Billinger, Autumn Tashman, and Ben Wielechowski INTRO Ben Wielechowski During the spring of 2021, I embarked on a collaborative process with a handful… Read More »Creating a Textbook: From Class Projects to Publication
By Aamina Rehman, Alan Wiggins, Autumm Caines, and Raya Samet (author names are listed alphabetically by first name) Anyone associated with higher education should be… Read More »First Day/Inclusive Access is automatic textbook billing
Inside “Inside Voices”: Where students, faculty, and those formerly incarcerated collaborate as equals
Follow the accounts of faculty, formerly incarcerated guest professors, and student representatives as they recollect and recount their experience participating in the multidisciplinary Inside-Out Prison Exchange.
Working Remotely, Together: Challenges and Opportunities for Building Student-Faculty Partnerships during COVID
In this piece, as the subtitle suggests, Mackenzie Kortes and Dr. Jamie L. Wraight recounted the turbulence that accompanied maintaining Voice/Vision archive during the pandemic and the camaraderie it nurtured.
Dr. Maya Barak, the faculty zBoard editor of A Zine About “Students as Partners”, sat down with Dr. Sally Howell and Mohamad Jafar to talk about several projects they’ve work on together and the experiences coupled with this collaboration.
Dr. Patrick Beauchesne, Associate Professor of Anthropology at UM-Dearborn, gives his take on being a professor, and how the Foundations program at UM-D has changed his outlook on the way he teaches.