FLINT, MI – Kettering University is one of eight universities around the world selected to participate in the Society of Automotive Engineers’ (SAE) AutoDrive™ Challenge – an international autonomous vehicle competition. This newly established, three-year competition will task faculty and students at some of the world’s top universities with developing and demonstrating a fully operational […]
FLINT, MI — The Center for Educator Preparation will lead its second Critical Issues in Education – Brown Bag Series. This session will be a continued discussion from the first session held in December on issues of race and racism as they relate to teaching. It will be an open dialogue about how people view […]
FLINT, MI. — Construction of a new early childhood education center on the campus of Flint’s Durant-Tuuri-Mott Community School began today with $9 million in support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. The center will serve as many as 220 children beginning in the fall. “The Mott Foundation has long supported a continuum of K-12 education, afterschool […]
The University of Michigan-Flint is teaming up with the Ann Arbor and Dearborn campuses for this year’s Alternative Spring Break. Students from the three campuses will participate in community engagement in West Michigan. “This project will bring together a diverse group of 30 students from all three campuses to learn from and with each other,” […]
FLINT, MI – As the lead crisis remains at the forefront of citizens’ concerns, The Flint Institute of Arts has received a $100,000 grant from the PNC Foundation to support a new Head Start-based Success through Art (START) program designed to benefit children, ages 3 to 5, who are participating in the Head Start, Great […]