The UM-Flint Social Work Department’s "Intercultural Dialogues" event on January 13 features Nenekazi Melody Gxashe, a South African scholar who specializes in social development and generalist practice.
About 630 students graduated this semester, with more than 400 walking across the stage Sunday at Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center. The ceremony marked the first commencement since UM-Flint added the School of Nursing, creating the 5th school within the university.
After earning her 15-credit UM-Flint TESOL certificate and a linguistics degree, Elexis Nelson is heading to South Korea to teach English.
Thousands of miles from his native land and birth family, Ramesh Nadavati has fulfilled his education goals and made some lifelong friends in the Flint community.