Networking and Mentoring at UM-Dearborn
The Faculty Networking System (FNS)
The Faculty Networking System (FNS) is a database designed to facilitate collaboration, networking, and mentoring between faculty members at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. By creating a record for yourself and providing a few keywords that describe your teaching, research, and scholarship interests, you are helping to build a networking and mentoring environment.
You can self-register: it is quick and easy; it should take you less than a minute. You can also search for faculty with interests similar to yours (you do not need to register to do this). For more information, call 3-5468 or email
Who built this database?
The UM-Dearborn Faculty Networking System was designed and created by four students of the University of Michigan-Dearborn, in the Winter 2006 semester. This page was created for our CIS 495 Design Seminar course. The students who worked on this project were: Brian Clark, Andrew Penny, Brian Schroeder, and Rich McLaughlin.