School of Architecture
works with schools and colleges to develop new Master of Community Development
Beginning this fall, University of Detroit Mercy students
will have the opportunity to earn a new degree and graduate with the
knowledge to lead and serve in their community.
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of Business Administration
'83: "Each of us can make a difference."
Speaking to a capacity crowd for this year's CBA Alumni
Week keynote address, Matt Cullen, general manager of Economic Development
and Enterprise Services at General Motors Corporation, detailed his
company's efforts to revitalize Detroit and make the City more attractive
for businesses and investment.
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of Engineering and Science
attracts women in engineering
While debate continues over Harvard University President’s
remarks about the “intrinsic aptitude” of men versus women
to excel at science and math, UDM continues to attract impressive percentages
of female students to its undergraduate engineering program.
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College of Health Professions
honors distinguished alumni of the year
At University of Detroit Mercy’s annual Honors Convocation,
April 3, the College of Health Professions recognized five distinguished
alumni for their outstanding demonstration of excellence in their field.
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College of Liberal Arts and Education
Alumni Council sets exciting plan for college and alumni
Greetings from your president! No, this is not George Bush.
And, no for those of you who are old enough to remember you have not
been drafted into military service. This is Tom VanEsley '75, your College
of Liberal Arts and Education (CLAE) Alumni Council president, updating
you on the recent activities of your Alumni Council.
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