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October 22, 2021
The lecture focuses on the book, "Teaching and Designing in Detroit: Ten Women on Pedagogy and Practice," edited by former Dean Stephen Vogel and Professor Libby Balter Blume.
October 21, 2021
The story follows Antigone, daughter of Oedipus, as she defies her politician uncle Creon to give her brother a proper burial, even though the act is punishable by death. Antigone’s act of civil disobedience sparks a struggle between individual and state in this timeless tale which resonates in contemporary politics.

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Detroit Mercy in the News

Powerful suicide prevention exhibit on display at Detroit Mercy
Channel 7 News/WXYZ | Sept. 16, 2021
September is National Suicide Prevention Month and Detroit Mercy is on a mission to remove any stigmas attached to mental heath and create conversations about suicide prevention.

Lindsey Lammers '14 to coach Detroit Mercy
The Monroe News | Aug. 12, 2021
After an outstanding playing career as a Titan, Lindsey Lammers '14 returns to the University as women's golf head coach.

Southeast Michigan grappling with new climate realities
WDET | July 27, 2021
Associate Dean of Experiential Education and Associate Professor of Law Nick Schroeck says the region's response to climate change depends on improvements in transportation and renewable energy.

Detroit Mercy to start vehicle cybersecurity institute with Department of Defense grant
Fox 2 Detroit/WJBK | July 20, 2021
Detroit Mercy will play a key role in training cybersecurity professionals to combat growing cybersecurity threats.

Detroit Mercy gets grant to create cybersecurity institute
U.S. News & World Report | July 17, 2021
The Department of Defense has awarded a $1.12 million grant to University of Detroit Mercy to establish a cybersecurity institute.


Alumni News

Get to Know: Jenifer Young ’18, ’20, doing God’s work in the media
Fri, 15 Oct 2021
Jenifer Young ’18, ’20 remembers what she felt on her first day of classes on Detroit Mercy’s McNichols Campus. “I was standing in front of the Commerce and Finance building and holding my books and being so excited about the idea that one day I would be graduating,” she said. …

Class project connects PA students, alumni to talk shop
Tue, 12 Oct 2021
The virtual quilt made with student drawingsService learning is an important part of the University’s Physician Assistant program. Assistant Professor Kelli Frost generally assigns students in her first-year Introduction to the PA Profession class service work in healthcare settings. She says the students gain important skills, as well as a deeper understanding of the field. But …