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and tradition follow the College of Health Professions
Michigan nursing partnership program grows
center cares for working poor
to prepare nursing students for terrorist attacks
UDM expands programs
program among top in the nation
It’s a family
UDM educates two generations of Clintons
The Legacy Campaign
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Summer 2003 Issue
University of Detroit Mercy College of Health Professions
heritage and tradition follow the College of Health Professions
When the University of Detroit Mercy College of Health Professions moves
to the McNichols campus in 2004, one of the most important things the
college will carry over won’t be unpacked from a box or unloaded
from a truck.
"We are a college steeped in the tradition and heritage of the
Sisters of Mercy. It’s very much a part of who we are and will be
reflected in our presence in our new location," says Dean Suzanne
Plans for the College’s future home include state-of-the-art classrooms,
labs and offices, as well as a Heritage Reception Hall and an adjacent
reflection room to celebrate the College’s accomplishments and history.
Healthy Times Online, a periodic web-based newsletter from the
University of Detroit Mercy College of Health Professions and McAuley
School of Nursing. This "publication" is one example of our technology-enhanced
efforts to communicate with alumni in the ways that will serve you best.
This online communication will keep you informed about activities in the
College, as well as what some of your fellow alumni are up to.
Other UDM Alumni Newsletters Online:
The Current (Business
Highlighter & Laureate
(Liberal Arts & Education)
The Nautilus (Architecture)