UDMcasts with a business theme
The University of Detroit Mercy has been proudly educating business leaders since 1916. Preeminent business experts as well as successful alumni frequently come to UDM to share their knowledge.
Iain Roberts, associate partner of IDEO, gives keynote address at the Ford Innovation Symposium, October 15, 2009
UDMcasts from the 2010 Business Administration Alumni Week forum, "Sustainability creates business value." Sustainability has become equated to environmentalism, but it is much more. The forum explores the case that sustainability can create measurable value for an enterprise and its stakeholders.
Autocam CEO John Kennedy gives Business Alumni Week keynote address, March 19, 2009.
Alumni business leaders returned to UDM to address current students during Business Alumni Week 2007.
During UDM's 2006 Founders Week, Larry Keeley, co-founder and president of Doblin, Inc., gave the presentation, "How Detroit and the Auto Industry Can Innovate Themselves to Prosperous Futures," at the Ford Innovation Symposium, Sept. 28. Keeley is introduced by Derrick M. Kuzak, group vice president for Product Development, The Americas, Ford Motor Company.
Taco Bell President and Chief Concept Officer Emil J. Brolick '69 '72, gives a presentation on leadership, as part of the College of Business Administration's Alumni Week 2006.
Anne Stevens, Ford Motor Company executive vice president and chief operating officer for the Americas, spoke at the 2006 Clare Booth Luce Scholarship Reception, March 14. The first female executive vice president at Ford, Stevens spoke to encourage young female scholars. The Clare Booth Luce Scholarship assists female upperclassmen in Engineering and Science.
At the "Super Bowl Ad Nauseum" event, students discuss the high-profile advertising showcase that is the Super Bowl.