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Below are the UDMcasts recorded in 2010. To see UDMcasts listed by event or theme, see the Series & Subjects page.

new_pres_namedNew UDM President namedThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoThe University of Detroit Mercy Board of Trustees has named Antoine M. Garibaldi as the University’s new president. Garibaldi will assume the position July 1, 2011 to become UDM’s first lay president.New President Named/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/new_pres_named/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/images/garibaldi.pnggaribaldi.pnggaribaldi.png/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/images/garibaldi.pnggaribaldi.pnggaribaldi.pngAntoine M.Garibaldinewly named President, University of Detroit MercyJohn D. LewisUDM Board of Trustees Chair11-12-201094823199002351http://www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/play/2010-11-12-newPresNamed.htmFlash video

On Nov. 12, 2010, the University of Detroit Mercy Board of Trustees named Antoine M. Garibaldi as the University's new president. The announcement and an introduction were made by UDM Board of Trustees Chair John D. Lewis.

This UDMcast features Lewis' comments, followed by remarks to the University community by Garibaldi.

For more information, see the UDM news release.

0930-sustain-detroitDesigning Sustainable Detroit SymposiumThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoDetroit Mayor Dave Bing was among area leaders who spoke at UDM Sept. 30 during the 2010 Designing Sustainable Detroit Symposium, 'Riding Trucks, Trains, Boats and Planes to Urban Vitality.'Sustainable Detroit/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0930-sustain-detroit/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/images/bing.jpgbing.jpgbing.jpgDaveBingMayor, City of DetroitMatthewCullen '83President, Board of M1 Rail ProjectDaveTylerDeputy Director, Wayne County Economic Development Growth EngineMelissaRoySenior Director of Transportation Policy and Government Relations, Detroit Regional Chamber09-30-20107687730015638http://www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/play/2010-09-30-sustain.htmFlash video

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and other area leaders came to UDM Sept. 30 for the 2010 Designing Sustainable Detroit Symposium, "Riding Trucks, Trains, Boats and Planes to Urban Vitality." Bing, Matthew Cullen '83, president of the Board of the M1 Rail Project on Detroit's light rail initiative, and representatives from the Wayne County Executive's Office and the Detroit Regional Chamber spoke on how transportation initiatives promise to bring economic development, job creation and improved livability to Detroit and the region.

Symposium group
At the 2010 Designing Sustainable Detroit Symposium, Sept. 30 in the UDM Student Center, from left: Melissa Roy, senior director of Transportation Policy and Government Relations, Detroit Regional Chamber; Michael Joseph, UDM interim president; Steve Vogel, dean of the School of Architecture; Dave Bing, mayor of the City of Detroit; Leo Hanifin, dean of the College of Engineering & Science; Matt Cullen '83, president of the Board of the M1 Rail Project; and David Tyler, deputy director for Wayne County's Economic Development Growth Engine.

Introductions of the speakers are provided by UDM Interim President Michael Joseph and Dean of the College of Engineering & Science Leo Hanifin.  The speakers are:

Dave Bing, mayor of the City of Detroit
Before being elected mayor of Detroit in 2009, Bing was a hall-of-fame athelete and a successful businessman.  In 2007, he was named Hour Magazine’s “Detroiter of the Year” for his contributions to his adopted city. Bing was also active on the boards of directors of Detroit Renaissance and the Downtown Detroit Partnership.  As mayor, Bing has promoted a vision of a light rail system in Detroit.
Dave Bing
Matthew Cullen '83, president, Board of M1 Rail Project
The M1 Rail company seeks to connect Detroit’s entertainment, employment, and other sectors with a three-mile rail along Woodward Ave. Cullen is co-chairman of the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy and vice chairman of the Detroit Downtown Development Authority.  Cullen was chief architect of GM's $500 million acquisition and development of the Renaissance Center as GM's global headquarters, and the billion dollar redevelopment of the Detroit Riverfront.
Matt Cullen
Dave Tyler, deputy director for Wayne County's Economic Development Growth Engine
Tyler is a leading community and economic development professional with over 30 years experience in the field of suburban and urban planning.  He co-authored the Michigan Society of Planning Officials' “Trend Future Reports,” including the history of transportation for the state of Michigan.
David Tyler
Melissa Roy, senior director of Transportation Policy and Government Relations, Detroit Regional Chamber
Roy is in charge of monitoring issues that may impact the trade and infrastructure of Southeast Michigan.  She discusses Detroit’s TranslinkeD Strategy, which identifies key projects to stimulate economic development and will help southeast Michigan serve as an inland port for global trade.
Melissa Roy
0903-fye-convocationFYE Convocation presentation excerptsThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoComments by Professor Donald DiPaolo during the 2010 First Year Experience Convocation.FYE Convocation/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0903-fye-convocation/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/DonaldDiPaoloAssociate Professor of Education09-03-201021666903002237http://www.udmercy.edu/audio/studentlife/FYE-Convoc-Excerpts.mp3MP3 Audio

2010 First Year Experience Convocation

Donald DiPaolo with student volunteers

UDM's First Year Experience Convocation is a chance for new UDM students not only to be introduced to key UDM officials, but also to be inspired by a motivational presentation by Donald DiPaolo, UDM associate professor of Education.

DiPaolo's keynote talk is interactive: he brings students up to participate in symbolic activities using props like eggs, peacock feathers and a tug of war.  The intention is to awaken first-year students to the profound turning point in their lives that starting college represents, and to inspire them to do the work of transforming themselves into the people they want to be.

This audio presentation includes excerpts from DiPaolo's 2010 talk.

0208-adnauseumSuper Bowl Ad Nauseum 2010 Part 1: Students' Top Ten Superbowl AdsThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoUDM professor Dr. Michael Bernacchi hosts his renowned Super Bowl Ad Nauseum, a live discussion analyzing the Super Bowl and their effectiveness to get viewers to buy their products/messages.Super Bowl Ad Nauseum Press Party - Part 1/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0208-adnauseum/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/www.udmercy.edu/news_events/news/by-year/2010/images/logo 2010-Super-Bowl.giflogo 2010-Super-Bowl.giflogo 2010-Super-Bowl.gifMichaelBernacchiUDM Marketing Professor02-08-2010183817961004416http://www.udmercy.edu/media_files/business/ad_nauseum/amhs020810n01.movQuicktime Video

Ad Nauseum

Part 1: Students' Top Ten Superbowl Ads

"Water Cooler Mondays" have never been the same since Dr. Michael Bernacchi; a marketing professor at the University of Detroit Mercy began hosting his annual post Super Bowl event for University and high school students on campus.

Since 1985, the UDM professor has hosted his renowned "Super Bowl Ad Nauseum," a live discussion analyzing the Super Bowl and their effectiveness to get viewers to buy their products/messages.

index2010 UDMcastsudm, podcast, udmcast, detroit, project salute, convocation, adnauseum2010/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/index0208-adnauseum2Super Bowl Ad Nauseum 2010 Part 2: Students' Worst Five Superbowl AdsThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoUDM professor Dr. Michael Bernacchi hosts his renowned Super Bowl Ad Nauseum, a live discussion analyzing the Super Bowl and their effectiveness to get viewers to buy their products/messages.Super Bowl Ad Nauseum Press Party - Part 2/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0208-adnauseum2/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/www.udmercy.edu/news_events/news/by-year/2010/images/logo 2010-Super-Bowl.giflogo 2010-Super-Bowl.giflogo 2010-Super-Bowl.gifMichaelBernacchiUDM Marketing Professor02-08-20101999267300452http://www.udmercy.edu/media_files/business/ad_nauseum/amhs020810n02.movQuicktime Video

Ad Nauseum

Part 2: Students' Worst Five Superbowl Ads

"Water Cooler Mondays" have never been the same since Dr. Michael Bernacchi; a marketing professor at the University of Detroit Mercy began hosting his annual post Super Bowl event for University and high school students on campus.

Since 1985, the UDM professor has hosted his renowned "Super Bowl Ad Nauseum," a live discussion analyzing the Super Bowl and their effectiveness to get viewers to buy their products/messages.

0208-adnauseum3Super Bowl Ad Nauseum 2010 Part 3: Students Rate Superbowl Auto AdsThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoUDM professor Dr. Michael Bernacchi hosts his renowned Super Bowl Ad Nauseum, a live discussion analyzing the Super Bowl and their effectiveness to get viewers to buy their products/messages.Super Bowl Ad Nauseum Press Party - Part 3/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0208-adnauseum3/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/www.udmercy.edu/news_events/news/by-year/2010/images/logo 2010-Super-Bowl.giflogo 2010-Super-Bowl.giflogo 2010-Super-Bowl.gifMichaelBernacchiUDM Marketing Professor02-08-201044757116001131http://www.udmercy.edu/media_files/business/ad_nauseum/amhs020810n03.movQuicktime Video

Ad Nauseum

Part 3: Students Rate Superbowl Auto Ads

"Water Cooler Mondays" have never been the same since Dr. Michael Bernacchi; a marketing professor at the University of Detroit Mercy began hosting his annual post Super Bowl event for University and high school students on campus.

Since 1985, the UDM professor has hosted his renowned "Super Bowl Ad Nauseum," a live discussion analyzing the Super Bowl and their effectiveness to get viewers to buy their products/messages.

0323-sustain-achoAndy Acho '67, on sustainability and businessThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoPresentation at the forum, Sustainability creates business value, by Andy Acho '67, retired Worldwide Director of Environmental Outreach and Strategy, Ford Motor Company.Andy Acho '67/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0323-sustain-acho/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/AndyAcho '67Worldwide Director of Environmental Outreach and Strategy, Ford Motor Company (retired)03-23-20100000000http://streaming.udmercy.edu/bus/AlumniWeek2010Acho.movQuicktime streaming video

UDM alumnus Andy Acho '67, retired worldwide director of Environmental Outreach and Strategy for Ford Motor Company, discusses the company's emphasis on helping solve environmental challenges while making a profit.  His presentation took place at the College of Business Administration forum, "Sustainability creates business value," part of the College's 2010 Alumni Week.

As discussed at the forum, sustainability means striking a productive balance between the short-term health and the long-term viability of an enterprise. Sustainability has become equated to environmentalism, but it is much more. The purpose of the forum was to explore the case that sustainability can create measurable value for an enterprise and its stakeholders.

0323-sustain-cavanaghGerald Cavanagh, S.J. on sustainability and businessThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoPresentation at the forum, Sustainability creates business value, by Gerald Cavangh, S.J., professor of Business Administration and Charles T. Fisher Endowed Chair in Business Ethics.Gerald Cavanagh, S.J. /www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0323-sustain-cavanagh/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/GeraldCavanagh, S.J.Professor of Business Administration and Charles T. Fisher Endowed Chair in Business Ethics03-23-20100000000http://streaming.udmercy.edu/bus/AlumniWeek2010Cavanagh.movQuicktime streaming video

Gerald Cavanagh, S.J., professor of Business Administration and Charles T. Fisher endowed chair in Business Ethics, discusses the moral aspects of sustainability, such as the idea of environmental stewardship and the question, "Is it a sin to pollute, to waste energy, to throw things away needlessly?"  His presentation took place at the College of Business Administration forum, "Sustainability creates business value," part of the College's 2010 Alumni Week.

As discussed at the forum, sustainability means striking a productive balance between the short-term health and the long-term viability of an enterprise. Sustainability has become equated to environmentalism, but it is much more. The purpose of the forum was to explore the case that sustainability can create measurable value for an enterprise and its stakeholders.

0323-sustain-robinsonLogan Robinson on sustainability and businessThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoPresentation at the forum, Sustainability creates business value, by Logan Robinson, distinguished visiting professor at UDM School of Law.Logan Robinson/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0323-sustain-robinson/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/LoganRobinsonDistinguished Visiting Professor, UDM School of Law03-23-20100000000http://streaming.udmercy.edu/bus/AlumniWeek2010Robinson.movQuicktime streaming video

Logan Robinson discusses conservative economist Milton Friedman's thesis that the "social responsibility" of a business is to increase profits, and that avoiding pollution and other such corporate reforms is "pure and unadulterated socialism."  Robinson gave his presentation at the College of Business Administration forum, "Sustainability creates business value," part of the College's 2010 Alumni Week.

As discussed at the forum, sustainability means striking a productive balance between the short-term health and the long-term viability of an enterprise. Sustainability has become equated to environmentalism, but it is much more. The purpose of the forum was to explore the case that sustainability can create measurable value for an enterprise and its stakeholders.

0323-sustain-saintDaniel Saint '89, on sustainability and businessThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoPanel presentation at the forum, Sustainability creates business value, by Daniel Saint '89, managing director of Jefferson Wells.Daniel Saint '89/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0323-sustain-saint/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/DanielSaint '89Managing Director, Jefferson Wells03-23-20100000000http://streaming.udmercy.edu/bus/AlumniWeek2010Saint.movQuicktime streaming video

UDM alumnus Daniel Saint '89, managing director of Jefferson Wells, discusses the importance of sustainability in the long term health of a business.  His presentation took place at the College of Business Administration forum, "Sustainability creates business value," part of the College's 2010 Alumni Week.

As discussed at the forum, sustainability means striking a productive balance between the short-term health and the long-term viability of an enterprise. Sustainability has become equated to environmentalism, but it is much more. The purpose of the forum was to explore the case that sustainability can create measurable value for an enterprise and its stakeholders.

0323-sustain-stangisDavid Stangis '87, on sustainability and businessThe University of Detroit Mercy UDMcastsudm, udmcast, web, podcasts, broadcasts, events, streaming, audio, videoKeynote address at the forum, Sustainability creates business value, by David Stangis '87, vice president for Corporate Social Responsibility at Campbell Soup Company.David Stangis '87/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/0323-sustain-stangis/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/images/udmcasts-photo.pngudmcasts-photo.pngUDMcasts: University of Detroit Mercy audio and video recordings/www.udmercy.edu/udmcasts/by-date/2010/images/stangis.jpgstangis.jpgstangis.jpgDavidStangis '87Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, Campbell Soup Company03-23-20100000000http://streaming.udmercy.edu/bus/AlumniWeek2010Stangis.movQuicktime streaming video

UDM alumnus David Stangis '87, vice president for Corporate Social Responsibility at Campbell Soup Company, gives the keynote presentation at the College of Business Administration forum, "Sustainability creates business value," one of the College's 2010 Alumni Week events.

As discussed at the forum, sustainability means striking a productive balance between the short-term health and the long-term viability of an enterprise. Sustainability has become equated to environmentalism, but it is much more. The purpose of the forum was to explore the case that sustainability can create measurable value for an enterprise and its stakeholders.

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