On Sept. 30, the renovated Commerce and Finance Building, home since July to the College of Business Administration, was unveiled in spectacular fashion as part of UDM’s Inauguration Week festivities. UDM President Gerard L. Stockhausen, S.J., blessed the building and cut the ribbon to officially re-open the building. Then it was time to celebrate, both in and outside of the building. The renovations include two new outdoor areas, a bench area around the south entrance of the building, and a courtyard on the west side of the building that is the new home of the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary from the Outer Drive campus.
CBA offers new, unique programs
to grads and undergrads
Programs include: Executive MBA, Business Turnaround Management Program, Fu Jen joint program and Information Assurance Education
Former Congressman Bonior visits UDM
Environmental activist and former U.S. Representative David Bonior visited the UDM campus last month to discuss the importance of protecting Michigan’s natural assets.
Faye Nelson ’75, ’80, shares
the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy’s bold vision
As president and CEO of the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, Nelson is leading the way to a better future for Detroit and the residents of the Metropolitan area.
Jim Gouin ’84:”At the end
of the day, it’s your values that matter.”
When he first started working at Ford Motor Company, Jim Gouin ’84 wanted to get his MBA.
Newly minted alumni doing great
Two of UDM’s 2004 graduates are thriving in the world of industry.
CBA names Carrie Gray ’76 to Advisory
Carrie Gray ’76, director of Corporate Relations at American Axle and Manufacturing (AAM), is the College of Business Administration’s newest Advisory Board member.
Greg Cascione named new CBA development
Greg Cascione joins the University of Detroit Mercy as CBA’s new development officer with almost 25 years of experience in philanthropy.
CBA students receive MSED scholarships
On September 29, CBA seniors Allison Dillard and Marc Miles were recognized for their excellence in both academics and industry.
Student Advisory Board acts as “the
voice” for CBA undergrads
Quietly but effectively, the College of Business Administration Student Advisory Board (SAB) represents the undergraduates of the College.