UDMcasts with a engineering or science theme
UDMcasts featuring engineering or science topics are listed here.
Robert Lutz, former vice chairman of General Motors in North America, discusses his latest book, 'Car Guys vs. Bean Counters' on Jan. 25, 2012.
On Nov. 3, 2011, leaders from Ford Motor Company and University of Detroit Mercy joined together to celebrate innovation and collaboration on Ford Innovation Day, this year as part of UDM’s Engineering Centennial year.
General Motors President of North America Mark Reuss visited UDM to give a presentation on The New GM, March 16, 2011.
Tony Posawatz, General Motors vehicle line director for the Chevy Volt, gives the presentation, Success of the New Chevy Volt.
Autocam CEO John Kennedy gives Business Alumni Week keynote address, March 19, 2009.
Five product, engineering and innovation leaders from Ford Motor Company discuss recent innovative strategies and projects at the automaker. Presented in detail is development of Ford SYNC, the award-winning, in-car, voice-activated communications and entertainment system.
UDM grad Beth Ann Dalrymple talks to WWJ Newsradio 950's Pat Sweeting about the liver transplant that enabled her to pursue her dreams.
Ford Motor Company president and CEO Alan Mulally speaks at UDM
Technology Discovery Day 2007 was featured on WDIV TV Channel 4 in Detroit. Andrew Humphrey reports from Calihan Hall during the event.
David Schembri '75, '77, President of Smart USA talked to the Principles of Marketing class about introducing the Smart micro-car to the U.S. market, during the 2007 University of Detroit Mercy Business Alumni Week.
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.
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.