Graduate programs earn high national rankings from U.S. News & World Report

University of Detroit Mercy graduate programs in Health Professions, Nursing, Engineering, Business, Clinical Psychology and Law have once again been ranked among the top national universities in the 2023 U.S. News & World Report’s ‘Best Colleges’ edition. This is the third year in a row Detroit Mercy graduate programs have …

Adapting productions for COVID brings honors to Detroit Mercy Theatre Company

Detroit Mercy Theatre Company (DMTC) needed to adapt last year to continue performing in the midst of a global pandemic. Those adjustments not only led to new, invaluable experiences for University of Detroit Mercy students, but showered DMTC with praise from a prestigious theatre festival. DMTC went digital for its …

Detroit Mercy Law, Prosecutor’s Office to team up against wrongful convictions

Starting this fall, Detroit Mercy Law students will work with the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Conviction Integrity Unit (CIU) to help right wrongful convictions. The collaboration comes in the form of a new clinic at which six students a semester will work alongside Wayne County assistant prosecutors under the supervision of …

Detroit Mercy leads cybersecurity consortium on $1.12-million Department of Defense grant

University of Detroit Mercy recently received a $1.12-million grant from the United States Department of Defense (DoD) to establish the Metro Detroit Regional Vehicle Cybersecurity Institute, a regional-based, cybersecurity consortium. Led by Detroit Mercy, the consortium consists of multiple academic institutions in southeast Michigan and includes University of Arizona as …

A message for future Titans

Construction on the Student Union offers today’s students, staff and faculty to send a message to their counterparts in the future through a time capsule to be placed somewhere in the expansion of the facility. Pamela Zarkowski, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, made a put out a call …