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How UM-Flint helped Da'Quan become an Anatomy PhD student

Da'Quan Craven's life was transformed during his time as a University of Michigan-Flint student. He wasn't an exemplary student in high school, but moving four times across three different cities would have an effect on anyone's studies. His goals were simple when he started college. "I didn't want to be poor anymore," Da'Quan says of[…] Read More →

UM-Flint to host first Iqbal Symposium on Islamic Thought and Civilization

UM-Flint to host first Iqbal Symposium on Islamic Thought and Civilization

The University of Michigan-Flint will host the first Muhammad Iqbal Symposium on Islamic Thought and Civilization, a series that aims to explore the impact of Islam on the world.

UM-Flint OTD student selected as Diverse Rising Graduate Scholar

Danielle Baker, an Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program (OTD) graduate student at UM-Flint, has been chosen as a Diverse Rising Graduate Scholar for a special report of Diverse: Issues in Rising Education. Baker is one of 10 graduate students across the nation recognized in the upcoming special report, which will be published on March 18, 2021.[…] Read More →

Making a Difference on Giving Blueday

As an annual donor to UM-Flint, Mike Torrey has been pleased to support the campus over the years in every way possible. When he began hearing about this year's ambitious $1M goal for Giving Blueday, he realized this was the moment in which he needed to consider doing more to help the campus leave its[…] Read More →