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Mehar Soni sits smiling at a piano inside of the St. Ignatius Chapel.
May 12, 2022
Mehar Soni's love for literature, blossoming from her grandmother reading to her as a child, fueled the Detroit Mercy Class of 2022 valedictorian's dentistry dreams.
Two engineering students work on the legs of their prototype.
April 13, 2022
Detroit Mercy’s multidisciplinary patient-centered program, coined Faces on Design, pairs seniors from the College of Engineering & Science and Nursing students from the College of Health Professions & McAuley School of Nursing to improve lives by designing assistive devices to combat the lack of solutions within the disabled community. 
A portrait photograph of Donald B. Taylor, Ph.D.
February 22, 2022
Donald B. Taylor, Ph.D., brings nearly three decades of higher education leadership in the areas of program development, accreditation, alumni relations, community partnership development, corporate and philanthropic fundraising success and commitment to adult/post-traditional students, international/global and online education, following decades as a researcher and educator at Catholic institutions.  

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Detroit Mercy in the News

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: Robert McKeon Aloe ’06, using science in pursuit of perfect espresso
Wed, 18 May 2022
Story subject is a young dark-haired man with a beardRobert McKeon Aloe draws from his day job at Apple, his University of Detroit Mercy education and a passion for data science in creating a tiny cup of perfection. McKeon Aloe, a 2006 alumnus of Detroit Mercy’s College of Engineering & Sciences, works as a manager for Apple in California, …

Class of ’22: Valedictorian’s love for literature fuels dental dreams
Fri, 13 May 2022
Mehar Soni says her happy place is playing the piano in the St. Ignatius ChapelTo mark the graduation of the Class of 2022, Marketing & Communications is profiling several students who were nominated by staff and faculty for their contributions to the University and their potential to make a difference after graduation. For more information about 2022 commencement exercises, please click here. When Mehar Soni gives her …

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