Fall 2013 cover story

50th Anniversary: School of Architecture looks to the future as it celebrates its past

Since its inception more than 50 years ago, the University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture (SOA) has been committed to a student-centered approach to education, ensuring a rich and diverse experience for all students. We remain focused on an educational experience that benefits from three key hands-on experiences—Cooperative Education, Community Engagement Expertise, Global Perspective­—that, in combination, prepare our students to lead and serve their profession and their communities.

In the coming years, the School will continue to strengthen and enrich these three core experiences, as well as expanding a fourth hands-on emphasis in the areas of construction technology and digital media technologies. More >>


Mercy heritage event

UDM honors its Mercy heritage
Mercy Nursing graduates return to UDM for Mercy Heritage Celebration: On Sept. 28, classmates and faculty from the Mercy College of Detroit ADN and BSN programs gathered for a Mercy Heritage Celebration ... More>>

Brolick
Emil Brolick
kennedys
John & Nancy Kennedy
Antoinette Mordi
Father Vincent Welch Dinner
Ignatius Loyola
Ignatian Colleague Program
Mercy cross
Mercy Leadership Program
Mass of the Holy Spirit
Annual Celebrate Spirit!

President's Message

Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph.D.Given the current challenges faced by the city of Detroit, University of Detroit Mercy is addressing a critical question: What is the role of a private, Catholic university in Detroit in 2013? This is indeed a pivotal chapter in the city’s 312-year history as it reorganizes its financial operations and obligations; but it is also a time filled with hope as recommendations from the 2012 Detroit Future City Strategic Framework Plan are in the process of being implemented. More>>

Alumni Class Notes

Updates from graduates by class year.

Alumni Benefits

The BENEFITS of being a UDM alumnus - UDM offers a variety of resources designed to assist alumni. More>>

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