Detroit Mercy alumni honored by state’s Irish Chamber

Detroit Mercy was represented well at last week’s Michigan Irish American Chamber of Commerce annual gala, with two alumni receiving prestigious awards. Michael V. McGill ’95 received the group’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award. He founded Enniskerry Marketing, which provides remodeling products and services throughout the Midwest. In 2011, the …

Get to know: Alan Haras ’16, combining religious traditions into something new

In January, Jesuitical, a podcast presented by America Media, which publishes America, The Jesuit Review, posed the following question “Is it possible to blend yoga and Catholicism?” On that podcast, Bobby Karle, S.J., answered questions about Ignatian Yoga, a new movement gaining attention and which he co-founded with Alan Haras, …

Titan comes home to oversee archdiocese schools

It’s Catholic Schools Week, a week that promotes the important role of Catholic schools in today’s educational system.  The superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Detroit is a Titan: Kevin Kijewski ’03, and he credits his love of Catholic education with his experience at Detroit Mercy. “I got …

Important designation given to Detroit Mercy-sponsored security organization

The Air Force Association’s CyberPatriot Program Office announced that the Midwest CISSE Chapter (MCISSE) has just been designated as its newest CyberPatriot Center for Excellence. University of Detroit Mercy is the lead institution for the MCISSE coalition. “The designation as a Center of Excellence is quite an honor,” said Tamara …