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Juan Carlos Flores
August 19, 2022
University of Detroit Mercy Professor Juan Carlos Flores is the recipient of a $295,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to create the first critical edition of writings by 13th Century philosopher Henry of Ghent.
President Donald Taylor speaks in front of dozens of employees inside of the Student Fitness Center.
August 17, 2022
University of Detroit Mercy's 2022-23 academic year officially began Aug. 16 with the annual President's Convocation on the McNichols Campus. President Donald B. Taylor presented his vision for Detroit Mercy during his first State of the University address.
Richard Dolinski outdoors
August 16, 2022
Alumnus Richard Dolinski '61, '63, '66 used his University of Detroit degrees to springboard a 32-year career at Dow Chemical. At 81, he continues to pursue innovative and research-intensive approaches to education and childhood development.

McNichols Campus Renovation Project groundbreaking

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Detroit Mercy hires women's basketball coach with experience starting from scratch
Detroit News | April 27, 2022
Kate Achter has been named head coach of the Detroit Mercy women's basketball program.

'Fighting,' giving spirit endears New Orleans Pelicans coach Willie Green to Detroit fans
Detroit Free Press/Yahoo! | April 22, 2022
Willie Green '03 is leading the New Orleans Pelicans in the NBA playoffs, which has Detroiters excited.

Less accidents, more lanes: Autonomous vehicles likely to improve efficiency of existing infrastructure
Detroit Regional Chamber's magazine | April 12, 2022
According to College of Engineering & Science Professor Utpal Dutta, autonomous vehicles could lead to more efficient road infrastructure as well as less accidents.

 Loyola High School, Detroit Mercy partner on public relations course
DBusiness | April 7, 2022
Detroit Mercy students have gained real-world public relations experience through a partnership with a local high school.

Alumni News

Get to know: Richard Dolinski ’61, ’63, ’66, from chemist to community activist
Wed, 17 Aug 2022
Richard Dolinski smilingRichard Dolinski ’61, ’63, ’66 used his University of Detroit degrees to springboard a 32-year career at Dow Chemical. With the company, he held prestigious positions such as president of Dow Automotive and corporate vice president.  But perhaps his most impactful professional accomplishments exist outside of his tenure at the long-time …

Jesuit justice and ecology efforts are subject of talks Aug. 8 and 9
Tue, 02 Aug 2022
Campus view from the sky.Jesuit Fathers Xavier Jeyaraj and Ted Penton will offer two brief panel presentations on Jesuit efforts in social justice and ecology from a global and national perspective followed by a discussion on the Detroit context. The first discussion is from 10-11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 8, both virtually as well as in-person in Room 139 of …

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