Detroit Mercy’s College of Business Administration (CBA) hosts a public presentation by Denise Morrison, former president of Campbell Soup. Her discussion is the first of a new national speaking series offered through the CBA’s Center for Practice & Research in Management & Ethics (PRIME), which opened in October 2019.

Fifteen people will be inducted into the Detroit Mercy Athletics Hall of Fame, while three former men’s basketball players earn the distinction of having their number retired.

Detroit Mercy celebrates Black History Month throughout February with a variety of events and engagements that are free and open to everyone.

The Titan Winter Blast, Detroit Mercy’s signature winter celebration, returns Saturday, Jan. 25. Join students, employees, alumni, friends and neighbors as we turn up the heat with homemade chili, toasty drinks and Titan camaraderie.

Detroit Mercy is celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through a series of events and programs in January. Community members are invited to join students, employees, alumni and friends as the University commemorates King and prepares for Black History Month.

Recent charitable grants totaling more than half a million dollars will support scholarships, programs, faculty research and community outreach at University of Detroit Mercy.

On Dec. 14, Detroit Mercy celebrated the institution’s record-breaking $100-million campaign and began a new phase of growth for the next decade with a strong momentum. Detroit Mercy’s Build a Boundless Future: The Campaign for University of Detroit Mercy has exceeded the goal and surpassed $111 million in commitments, with a few weeks left before its conclusion on Dec. 31, 2019.

Through an educational workshop, Detroit Mercy students and faculty explored using models to solve differential equations. The workshop aims to blend pioneering research ideas with engaging narrative.

Kortney Hepting, Hyder Mirza and Dominique Mones received the 2019-20 scholarships based on their commitment to nursing and work in the classroom and commitment to healthcare in the Detroit area.

Detroit Mercy is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael J. Brenner ’67, Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J., and Rev. Theodore Munz, S.J., ’67, ’68 to the University’s board of trustees.

Detroit Mercy undergraduate students have plenty of opportunities for research in just about any area of study. Students working in the lab of Rachelle Belanger are engaged in groundbreaking work studying the effects of atrazine on crayfish — research that could lead to drastic changes in the use of the common herbicide in the United States.

This is the fourth-straight year that the Titans have had a basketball game with proceeds benefitting DPS. In the last three years alone, the annual benefit game has raised more than $21,000 between ticket sales and matching donations from Michigan First Credit Union.

Michael Brunker ’74 got involved in coaching not to win titles, but to work with the children. Now, he gives back to children in the San Diego area through the YMCA and San Diego Regional Police Athletic League.

Detroit Mercy wishes students, their families, alumni and our community a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday season! The University’s McNichols Campus and School of Law (Riverfront Campus) will close beginning Saturday, Dec. 21 in observance of Christmas and the holiday season. Normal operations and University bookstore hours resume on Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020. McNichols Campus and School of Law classes resume on Monday, Jan. 6, 2020.

University of Detroit Mercy honored two faculty members at the 2019 Faculty Recognition Awards held earlier this month. Professor of Counseling and Director of Addiction Counseling Nancy Calleja received the Faculty Excellence Award and Terry Howard, lecturer in Decision and Information Sciences, earned the Faculty Achievement Award.