Class of 2019: Danielle Maxwell, inspired to teach

Danielle Maxwell is thankful for the relationships she built with her professors while at University of Detroit Mercy. In fact, she was so inspired by her professors it’s motivated her to pursue a career as a chemistry professor. “The chemistry department at Detroit Mercy is like my second family,” Maxwell …

Class of 2019: Matthew Northcott, realizing his dreams of architecture

Matthew Northcott knew early in high school that he wanted to study architecture in college. Thanks to the Loranger Nautilus Endowed Scholarship, he was able to achieve his dream at University of Detroit Mercy’s School of Architecture. The Loranger Nautilus Endowed Scholarship is funded by School of Architecture alumnus Warren …

Meet the Class of 2019: Relicious Eboh — A future shaped by ReBUILD

Through University of Detroit Mercy’s ReBUILDetroit program, 2019 graduate Relicious Eboh says she learned about research, public health, serving others and, most important, a lot about herself. A member of the program’s first cohort, Eboh has discovered a passion for serving the community’s health needs that she says has altered …

Antoine Davis breaks NCAA Division I freshman 3-point record

Congratulations to the Titans’ Antoine Davis, who broke the NCAA Division I freshman 3-point record last night at Calihan Hall in a 87-85 win over IUPUI. Davis scored 20 points during the contest. Senior Josh McFolley had a game-high 23 points. Three minutes into the second half, Davis broke NBA legend Stephen Curry’s NCAA single-season …

Students earn national, international honors

Four Detroit Mercy students received well-earned attention for their recent work. Detroit Mercy student Cameron Johns recently received the American Chemical Society Leadership Institute Award from the American Chemical Society. Johns is the second student president of the Chemistry Club to receive this award. The American Chemical Society is the …

Collaborative project leads to Science Center exhibit

What started off as a simple idea will soon be enjoyed by thousands of children and adults at the Michigan Science Center. Thanks to a collaboration between University of Detroit Mercy, Ford Motor Company Fund (Ford Fund), Detroit Cristo Rey High School and the Michigan Science Center, the science behind …

Looking back and ahead with Detroit Mercy

We come to another year’s end and we hope it was a good one for you. It was for University of Detroit Mercy, where great things happened all year long. You read about a lot of them right here on this blog. We thought you might enjoy catching up on …

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 …