Sports Illustrated hypes Titans men’s hoops

Mike and Antoine Davis, the University’s men’s basketball legends-in-the-making are bringing a lot of national attention to our revitalized program. Mike, the father is the new coach and brings a successful record that started with his first head coaching job at Indiana University, taking over when controversial coach Bobby Knight …

Alumna, professor named ‘notable’ women marketers

The annual lists put out by Crain’s Detroit Business that highlight great work being done by metro Detroit professionals is rarely without a representative from University of Detroit Mercy. Check it out here. And also here. The recent Notable Women in Marketing is another example, and the University is represented by …

State Bar honors Professor Dubin

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Professor Lawrence Dubin received the State Bar of Michigan’s John W. Reed Michigan Lawyer Legacy Award during the annual State Bar of Michigan NEXT Conference in Grand Rapids in September. The prestigious John W. Reed Michigan Lawyer Legacy Award is presented periodically to …

Pitera honored with award for design vision

University of Detroit Mercy’s Dan Pitera was named winner of the 2018 American Institute of Architects’ Detroit Chapter’s Charles Blessing Award. Pitera is executive director of Detroit Mercy’s Detroit Collaborative Design Center (DCDC). This prestigious award is given to recognize an individual who shows leadership in planning and civic issues …

Alumna honored on 100th birthday

Sister Mary Maurita Sengelaub, RSM, celebrated her 100th birthday Thursday, June 28, surrounded by about 100 people who know and love her including Sisters of Mercy, staff, friends, family and former professional colleagues. During her years in ministry, Sengelaub — who graduated from Mercy College of Detroit in 1949 — …

History Channel documentary features Detroit Mercy’s Gregory Sumner

Earlier this month, Detroiters rejoiced at the news that Ford Motor Co. had purchased and would renovate the Michigan Central Station, long a symbol of the decay and neglect of the city of Detroit. On Sunday, July 1, the legendary train station is a centerpiece in “Detroit: Comeback City,” a …

CBA dean honored nationally for scholarly writings

A recent study placed Detroit Mercy’s dean of the College of Business Administration, Joseph G. Eisenhauer, Ph.D., among the world’s top scholars in the field of risk and insurance. The study, titled “The Journal of Risk and Insurance: Authors of Influence” appeared in Risk Management and Insurance Review. Authors S.W. Pottier, …