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Detroit Mercy student Nynke Van Der Goot (left) and Chief Learning Officer at the Michigan Science Center Cassie Byrd pose for a photo next the Earthquake table prototype.
November 05, 2018
What started off as a simple idea will soon be enjoyed by thousands of children and adults at the Michigan Science Center. Thanks to a collaboration between University of Detroit Mercy, Ford Motor Company Fund (Ford Fund), Detroit Cristo Rey High School and the Michigan Science Center, the science behind one Earth’s most fascinating phenomena is coming to the museum, in the form of an earthquake table exhibit. Read the full story
Detroit Mercy Biochemistry student Tiffany Tieu Ngo recently earned selection as one of only eight U.S. college students to serve as a student representative at the 2018 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24).
October 11, 2018
Detroit Mercy Biochemistry Student Tiffany Tieu Ngo recently earned selection as one of only eight U.S. college students to serve as a student representative at the 2018 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24). Read the full story

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Callahan the constant in decade of Detroit Mercy women's lacrosse
US Lacrosse Magazine | 11/2/18
Megan Callahan came to Detroit Mercy for the chance to play Division I lacrosse. A native of Florida, she always figured she would return home to teach after graduating. Instead, she has never left Detroit.

Student selected for United Nations conference on Climate Change
Macomb Daily | 10/20/18
Detroit Mercy's Tiffany Tieu Ngo is one of only eight American students, chosen to serve as a representative for the American Chemical Society at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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New York Times recognizes groundbreaking alumna

Headshot of Crystal WindhamCrystal Windham ’02, who is the director of Cadillac’s interior design team, is one of a small but growing number of women in high places in the field of automotive design. She was part of a New York Times article last week called “Women Get Feet in the Door of …

Get to know: John Rectenwald ’68, supporting efforts to improve vision in West Africa

Headshot of John RectenwaldJohn Rectenwald ’68 knows process. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Architecture, he spent five years in the Navy, became a decorated Vietnam War vet and was a member of the White House military staff where he ran the operations at Camp David.  He returned to Michigan and worked for …

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