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Fall Semester is off to an extraordinary start in the College of Liberal Arts and Education. Included in the event-filled week marking the inauguration of Father Gerard Stockhausen as President of the University of Detroit Mercy was the dedication and blessing of Reno Hall, home to our departments of Counseling and Addiction Studies, Education, Psychology, Theatre and Language and Cultural Training Program. During his remarks, Father Stockhausen commented on the importance of service to those in need as a cornerstone of both the Jesuit and Mercy traditions. In keeping with this tradition, both the Psychology Clinic and the Counseling and Addiction Studies Clinic are expanding their hours to better meet the needs of the wide range of clientele they serve.

Teaching and learning, in a myriad of ways and a variety of settings, has been and will remain the very essence of the College of Liberal Arts and Education. Beyond the classroom, teaching and learning occurs each and every day in conversations between faculty and students in hallways across campus, during advising sessions, in faculty offices, online, and through student involvement in faculty research and scholarly activities. Students and faculty are the very heart of the College.

The list of recent accomplishments of our students and faculty is extensive and notable. It speaks highly of what goes on each and every day in the College of Liberal Arts and Education. Among these are:

We thank all our alumni for their support of the University of Detroit Mercy and the College of Liberal Arts and Education. If you are considering a donation prior to the end of the year, please consider designating your gift for the College of Liberal Arts and Education. Our Alumni Council is in the process of conducting an e-mail survey of our alumni. If you receive the brief survey I would ask you to please complete and submit the survey. If we do not have your e-mail address, please visit the alumni community so we can forward the survey and maintain better contact with you in the future.

Thank you.

Charles E. Marske