CBA to offer new experiential learning courses

This winter, the College of Business Administration will launch two new forms of experiential learning for students. MBA 5960, Integrated Field Project, will have graduate students serve as management consultants to Southwest Solutions, a prominent non-profit organization here in Detroit. The experience of solving real problems for an organization will substitute …

Mercy comes in many forms

Last week, in honor of Mercy Week, we asked readers to send us reflections on what Mercy means to them. We were supporting the efforts of the Religious Sisters of Mercy, one of the founders of the University whose values color everything Detroit Mercy does. It is part of a …

About those Confederate statues…

Stevie Jones was one of seven Detroit Mercy students who took a history class this summer called Topics in African American History. The classroom was the American South and, in particular, the historical sites in Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi where the fight for Civil Rights was fought. She wrote about …

Magazine features Detroit Mercy’s work in the community

The Hub Detroit, a free monthly magazine telling the stories of Detroit’s neighborhoods featured Detroit Mercy’s many community programs in its August issue. In an article titled “Breaking Barriers: University strives to meld with community,” Detroit Mercy President Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph.D., talks about the unique relationship the University and …