College of Engineering & Science highlights student research during annual symposium

November 11, 2020
An aerial photograph of Detroit Mercy's Engineering & Science building, located on the McNichols Campus.

University of Detroit Mercy’s College of Engineering & Science will highlight research performed by undergraduate and graduate students during its eighth annual symposium, Nov. 19 from 12-3 p.m.

The College of Engineering & Science will showcase nearly 50 research and design posters during the virtual event that highlight projects Detroit Mercy students have been working on over the past year. High school students will vote for three posters to receive the people’s choice award.

The symposium features several other activities including a tour of Biology and Chemistry laboratories, the opportunity to interact with a student panel and the Office of Admissions, a Robotics demonstration and an award ceremony.

For more information, visit the research symposium webpage or contact Norman Bent, director of Pre-College Programs within the College of Engineering & Science, at 313-993-1536 or