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Thursday, Sept. 29

Interviewing Skills Workshop: Tell Me about Yourself

12:30 p.m., Room 165, Reno Hall, McNichols Campus
Learn how to distinguish between what the recruiter is asking and what they really want to know! Workshop will include a discussion of pre-interview preparation, professional dress, non-verbal communication, appropriate after-interview follow-up, and the various types of interview questions.
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Friday, Sept. 30

Detroit Mercy Dental Homecoming Continuing Education

9 a.m., Ballroom, Student Center, McNichols Campus
Homecoming Event for the Dental School where we will offer a Continuing Education course for alumni and invite them to partake in the homecoming festivities.
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Detroit Mercy Law Homecoming Golf Scramble

Noon, The Inn at St. John's, 44045 Five Mile Road, Plymouth, Mich. 48170
Detroit Mercy Law will host a Golf Outing on Friday, Sept. 30 with a shotgun start and dinner/awards ceremony following, as part of Detroit Mercy's Homecoming festivities
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Never Alone in Detroit documentary

Noon, President's Dining Room, Student Center, McNichols Campus
On Friday, Sept. 30 at noon the Black Abolitionist Archive and Women's and Gender Studies will sponsor a showing of Never Alone in Detroit, a new documentary. It will be shown in the President's Dining Room in the Student Center on the McNichols Campus.
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Detroit Mercy Homecoming 2016

All day, McNichols Campus
Join our Colleges and Schools as they host activities designed to entertain, inform and inspire.
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Pokemon Plushes and Giant Jenga

2 p.m., Student Fitness Center, McNichols Campus
Come stuff your own Pokemon plush and play some giant Jenga!
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Architecture Lecture Series: Detroit Innovators

4 p.m., Genevieve Fisk Loranger Architecture Center, Warren Loranger Architecture Building, McNichols Campus
As part of its 2016-17 Lecture Series, Detroit Mercy School of Architecture (SOA) presents a panel discussion featuring four Detroit Innovators as well as a special exhibit showcasing the impact on Detroit's resurgence completed by approximately 25 recent alumni.
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Center for Automotive Systems Engineering Education Dedication

5 p.m., High Bay, Engineering Building, McNichols Campus
The College of Engineering & Science will dedicate the new Center for Automotive Systems Engineering Education laboratory with a dinner and program.
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Saturday, Oct. 1

Detroit Mercy Homecoming 2016

All day, McNichols Campus
Relive the spirit of Detroit during this day of fun, festivities and fellowship.
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Sunday, Oct. 2

Sunday Night Mass

9 p.m., St. Ignatius Chapel, Commerce & Finance Building
All are welcome to come celebrate a weekly Mass with University Ministry at 9 p.m. in the beautiful and serene St. Ignatius Chapel, located in the Commerce & Finance Building!
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Tuesday, Oct. 4

Mobile Career Education Center

10:30 a.m., Lobby, McNichols Campus Library
Stop by the Mobile Career Education Center table for answers to quick career-related questions.
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Sedgwick Information Session

12:30 p.m., Room 165, Reno Hall, McNichols Campus
Learn more about Sedgwick's culture of learning with a focus on personal, career growth opportunities and competitive salaries in this Information Session.
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Transfer Tuesdays

5 p.m., Room 131, First Floor, Engineering Building, McNichols Campus
Transfer Tuesdays is a great opportunity for future students to visit campus, ask questions specific to transferring, meet other transfer students and decide if they could see themselves as a Detroit Titan!
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Tuesday Night Mass

9 p.m., Young Martyrs Chapel, Shiple Hall, McNichols Campus
All are welcome to come celebrate a Mass with University Ministry at 9 p.m. in the beautiful and quiet Young Martyrs Chapel, located in Shiple Hall.
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Wednesday, Oct. 5

African American Studies talk: Abolitionism and Iberian Nationalisms at the Turn of the Century

3 p.m., Room 233, Commerce & Finance Building, McNichols Campus
Please join the African American Studies program for our first talk of the Fall 2016 semester by Dr. Adolfo Campoy-Cubillo, assistant professor of Spanish at Oakland University. Professor Campoy-Cubillo will trace the tortuous arguments of Spanish abolitionist and colonialist discourses in the already convoluted political ?eld of 1900s Spain.
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CLASA presents "Fermi-1 At 50: We Almost Lost Detroit/Accidents Can Happen"

6 p.m., Ballroom, Student Center, McNichols Campus
Speakers will discuss the 50-year history of the Fermi-1 nuclear reactor, and discuss safety issues and the need for emergency planning and radiological protection, especially in light of possible plans to build a Fermi 3 reactor.
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Thursday, Oct. 6

Minor and Certificates Fair

11 a.m., Sacred Heart Square, between the McNichols Campus Library and the Jane & Walter O. Briggs Building
The College of Liberal Arts & Education will host a Minor and Certificates Fair on Thursday, Oct. 6 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Sacred Heart Square. Light refreshments will be provided.
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Fall Career Fair

12:30 p.m., Ballroom, Student Center, McNichols Campus
The University of Detroit Mercy Fall Career Fair is an opportunity for UDM Students and alumni to network with employers, and representatives from Graduate and Professional schools.
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Women's and Gender Studies talk: Women, Leadership, and the Church

6:30 p.m., President's Dining Room, Student Center, McNichols Campus
The Women's and Gender Studies Program at Detroit Mercy and the Women's Center at Marygrove College cordially invite you to attend a talk by internationally recognized speaker Sister Sharon Holland, IHM, JDC.
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Friday, Oct. 7

ReBUILDetroit Professional Development session

2 p.m., Ballroom, Student Center, McNichols Campus
ReBUILDetroit's Institutional Development Core will host a professional development opportunity featuring Katherine Rowell, professor of sociology at Sinclair Community College, who will lead a discussion focusing on the academic concept of empathy and how it relates to student success and completion.
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