CBA celebrates Alumni Week

The College of Business Administration will celebrate its Alumni Week Keynote Event on Tuesday, March 17 from noon to 2 p.m. in the Student Union Fountain Lounge. Join CBA employees, students and alumni for lunch, followed by the presentation, “Integrating Work and Life for the Long Run,” at 12:45 p.m. …

Day of Giving, Feb. 18

Detroit Mercy Alumni Relations and the Student Alumni Association encourage all students to come out for Day of Giving on Tuesday, Feb. 18 on the McNichols Campus. Day of Giving educates students about the importance and need for alumni engagement and the role alumni play in meeting University priorities. Events …

Get to Know: Nathan Steinwascher ’14, ’16, knows a thing or two about goals

Nathan Steinwascher has lived his version of a double life over the last three years: By day, he’s a mild-mannered accountant, working with numbers and data, but at night, he is a fierce protector of a small-but-important square of grass. “It’s crazy to think about,” Steinwascher said. “I’m just so …

Lasting memories created at Detroit Mercy’s Homecoming 2019

More than 1,500 alumni, students, friends and community neighbors joined in the fall festivities as Detroit Mercy celebrated Homecoming 2019 earlier this month. “It is always thrilling to see so many of our alumni and students coming together and enjoying all the activities on campus,” said Peggy Pattison, director of …

College of Business Administration establishes the Charlton Center for Responsible Investing

University of Detroit Mercy announces the creation of a new center of excellence in the College of Business Administration (CBA): The Charlton Center for Responsible Investing. Funded by a generous gift of $3 million from College of Engineering & Science alumnus Richard Charlton ‘65, this is the largest single gift …

Alumni Achievement Spirit Awards 2019

On Friday, April 12, Detroit Mercy honored eight special alumni during the annual Alumni Achievement Spirit Awards. More than 280 people attended the awards gala and dinner celebration, which took place in the Ballroom of the Student Union on the McNichols campus. Each year, the University honors alumni from each …

Detroit Mercy dedicates the Frederick & Suzanne Seibert Center for Innovation & Collaboration

On Thursday, April 12, University of Detroit Mercy celebrated the dedication of the new Frederick and Suzanne Seibert Center for Innovation and Collaboration. More than 50 people attended the opening of the center, which is housed in the College of Engineering & Science. Those in attendance included members of the …

Detroit Mercy Law honors alumna Judge Denise Langford Morris with portrait

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law hosted a portrait unveiling of alumna and Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Denise K. Langford Morris, March 8, on International Women’s Day. Painted by Detroit artist Henry Heading, the portrait is a gift from four Detroit Mercy Law student organizations—Law Review, Black Law …

Detroit Mercy education, opportunities lay groundwork for MCD alumna’s career with the city

As a student in Detroit Mercy’s Master of Community Development program, Annie Mendoza ’14, ’16 knew she wanted to put her degree to use benefitting the city of Detroit. “I wanted to work for the city, not just in the city,” she explained. As the former sales and programs manager …

Live Detroit at Homecoming, Sept. 28-29

Detroit Mercy’s 2018 Homecoming is coming fast, Sept. 28–29, and will provide a wealth of opportunities for alumni, friends, family and the community to have fun and re-discover our historic city, Detroit. Everyone is invited to participate — students, alumni, neighbors, community residents and visitors from out of town. Check …