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Interested in Detroit Mercy's Theatre and Performing Arts program? Here are five things you should know about the program.
Detroit Mercy Athletic Director Robert Vowels hosted 11 institutions and the NCCA on campus April 24 for the NCAA's Pathways Program. This program assists individuals in athletic offices who aspire to be athletic directors. Detroit Mercy President Dr. Garibaldi welcomed the group to campus.
Detroit Mercy students saw their hard work evolve from a simple idea to life-changing results when they presented their capstone projects to veterans at the VA Medical Center. Detroit Mercy Engineering and Nursing students, along with Lawrence Technological University students, collaborated with veterans to create projects to help the veterans in their every-day lives.
The Detroit Collaborative Design Center (DCDC) will take its design philosophy to community leaders in Memphis, Tenn., and Milwaukee, Wisc., thanks to a $39,000 grant from The Kresge Foundation.
Ford Motor Company Fund has continued generously funding the work of Campus Kitchen at Detroit Mercy by providing a grant to cover the salary of a manager for the program.
University of Detroit Mercy named Gary J. Erwin as Associate Vice President for Marketing & Public Affairs, effective April 17.
Assistant Director of Housing Operations Laviettriea 'Ms. Vee' Terrell never sought any extra attention or praise, but the students she helps every day made sure she was recognized for her work by awarding her the Phenomenal Women’s Ashley Gray Legacy Award.
Author Ta-Nehisi Coates shared his thoughts about the history, and future, of race relations in the United States during his talk at Detroit Mercy's Calihan Hall.
University of Detroit Mercy welcomed author, journalist, educator and National Book Award winner Ta-Nehisi Coates on Tuesday, April 4 in Calihan Hall on McNichols Campus. Coates' talk, "Between the World and Me," began at 6:30 p.m.
The upcoming appearance by author and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates at Calihan Hall has created a buzz among Detroit Mercy students, faculty and staff.
Five things you should know about Detroit Mercy's Student Life Office.
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law is expanding its clinical program with the creation of a new Housing Law Clinic opening in May 2017 in downtown Detroit. The new clinic is being funded by a recent $20,000 grant from the Michigan State Bar Foundation.
The inaugural edition of Titan Talk features five questions with Detroit Mercy Student Government Association President Dhruv Patel, who discusses SGA's accomplishments, advice for incoming students and his favorite memories at Detroit Mercy.
Detroit Mercy Professor of History Roy Finkenbine's friendship with renowned author, journalist and educator Ta-Nehisi Coates led to Coates' upcoming appearance at Detroit Mercy.
Students Olivia Koh and Asia Rawls are looking to build on the success of last year's charity fashion show at Detroit Mercy by hosting an even bigger event this year, titled CCC The Movement.
University of Detroit Mercy’s Nurse Anesthesia program ranked the 10th best and the MBA program ranked among the top 20 graduate Management programs in the nation in U.S. News & World Report’s “2018 Best Graduate Schools.”
Detroit Mercy’s Theatre Company presents the puppet-filled musical, Avenue Q, running March 24 – April 9.
University of Detroit Mercy has formed a new nursing partnership with Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids.
The Theatre Company of University of Detroit Mercy’s 46th season continues with William Inge’s Bus Stop, running Feb. 9-26, at the Marlene Boll Theatre at the downtown Detroit YMCA.
Engineering students at University of Detroit Mercy will benefit from one of the largest gifts ever given to the University by an alumnus.
The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) has conferred its prestigious Fellow Status on Libby Balter Blume, Ph.D. She is a professor of Psychology at University of Detroit Mercy and a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE).
Engineering students are the beneficiaries of an $80,000 grant from the Sutaruk Foundation.
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law will host its 19th McElroy Lecture on Law and Religion on Thursday, March 2, 2017. This year's lecturer is Intisar A. Rabb, Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and Director of its Islamic Legal Studies Program. Rabb holds an appointment as a Professor of History at Harvard University and as the Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach Professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. The title of her lecture is, "Qāḍī Justice: Islamic Law as Procedure."
A $10,000 grant from the Pierre Fauchard Academy will help University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry bring oral care to patients with special needs.