Third annual Clash of the Titans giving competition helps support athletics

University of Detroit Mercy announces the third annual Clash of the Titans giving competition to help support Detroit Mercy NCAA Division I athletic teams. The competition begins today and runs through Dec. 6. The goals of this effort are to increase financial support for teams from alumni and friends, and create …

Get to Know: Kaitlyn Miklovich ’18, ’19 is up to the mission of Challenge Detroit

Kaitlyn Miklovich grew up about 75 miles outside of Detroit in the small town of Clifford, Mich. So when she announced she was going to attend University of Detroit Mercy, it raised some eyebrows. “My mom was really, really worried about me coming to school in Detroit,” Miklovich said. “But …

Let’s Talk: Why we love things that go bump in the night

This essay is part of an occasional series called Let’s Talk that provides a forum to share thoughts by Detroit Mercy faculty, staff, alumni or invited guests and is designed to start conversations. It was written by Hannah Tillman ’19, a technical writing intern for Silicon Valley-based artificial intelligence company …

Get to Know: Nathan Steinwascher ’14, ’16, knows a thing or two about goals

Nathan Steinwascher has lived a kind of double life over the last three years: By day, he’s a mild-mannered accountant, working with numbers and data, but at night, he is a fierce protector of a small-but-important square of grass. “It’s crazy to think about,” Steinwascher said. “I’m just so grateful …

School of Architecture earns a No. 1 rating nationally

University of Detroit Mercy’s School of Architecture (SOA) achieved a No. 1 ranking in the America’s Top Architecture Schools 2020 report by DesignIntelligence (DI), an independent business dedicated to the business success of organizations in architecture, engineering, construction and design. Each year, DI conducts a survey of America’s top architecture …

President Garibaldi urges legislators to stop playing budget games or students will lose

Many Michiganders may see the budget battle going on in Lansing as political gamesmanship. But the fallout of cutting funding to many important programs will be very real for Detroit Mercy’s programming, students and the community, says University President Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph.D., in an oped piece printed in the …