The coffee shop is located close to the McNichols Campus at 7420 W. McNichols Road in Detroit. Explore our neighborhood, support local Black-owned businesses and meet African American Studies Program faculty and students.
Join Detroit Mercy’s improvisation class Friday, Dec. 15 at 11 a.m. as they show off techniques learned in class in this spontaneous, one-show-only performance in CHP, Room 124!
Learn more about Detroit Mercy’s Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program during an open house event Tuesday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. on the McNichols Campus.
Alumnus Angelo Vitale ’80 will leads a pair of Leadership Slams on the McNichols Campus of Detroit Mercy on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Learn more about Detroit Mercy’s Trip to India with an information session during dead hour on Thursday, Nov. 30 in Room 105 of the Briggs Building.
The Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) Program is pleased to announce that they are now accepting applications for their 2023-24 faculty grants. These yearly grants award up to $500 to current full-time or part-time Detroit Mercy faculty members.
The Women’s and Gender Studies Program is pleased to announce the 2023-24 Jane Schaberg Student Grant with nominations being accepted until Jan. 22, 2024. Grants support community and academic projects and activities related to women’s and gender issues.
Detroit Mercy Theatre Company has been awarded three Wilde Awards for its production of Pride and Prejudice by Kate Hamill, based on the novel by Jane Austen.
What are you thankful for? Come share your words of gratitude at the Write Something! desk, located outside of the Briggs and Commerce and Finance Buildings on the McNichols Campus. The desk will be available for you leave a note Nov. 14-16, as well as Nov. 20-22.
Senior Communications major Jeremiah Steen received the Spirit of Hope Award from Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Community Service Commission for his commitment to volunteerism, service or philanthropy.
Senior Adjunct Instructor of English Molly Barlow‘s personal essay, “Changing pronouns behind the lectern” has been published online in Jesuit Higher Education. Read the full …
All students are welcome to audition for Detroit Mercy Theatre Company’s second mainstage show of the school year, Photograph 51, on Monday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. The auditions will take place in Reno Hall, Room 164.
Professor of History and Department Co-Chair Greg Sumner will introduce two Oscar-winning World War II movies at the Historic Redford Theatre in honor of Veterans …
Find out all about what Detroit Mercy has to offer with its study abroad and immersion programs at the International Dinner, set for Thursday, Nov. 16 from 5-7 p.m.
The African American Studies program at Detroit Mercy is producing a Zoom webinar Nov. 14 on the ongoing crises in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), efforts to resettle refugees in Michigan and the role our consumption plays in fueling violence and displacement.
The team called Tomato Sandwiches (made up of Political Science majors Isabelle Francis, Kelsie Shammami, Juan Willis and Kaleb Smith) were named winners of the competition.
Detroit Mercy Theatre Company’s first performance of the 2023-24 school year is “A Year with Frog and Toad,” a heartwarming musical adventure that will delight audiences of all ages across two weekends.
Detroit Mercy’s African American Studies Program launches the first in its series of neighborhood meet-ups on Tuesday, Oct. 24 at 12:45 p.m. just a few blocks from the McNichols Campus at Waffle Cafe Detroit.
Join the University community for Poems from Conception to Composition with Kevin Cantwell on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 12:45 p.m. in the Briggs Building, Room …
Visit Cuba with Detroit Mercy during spring break 2024! An information session to learn more about the trip is set for Tuesday, Oct. 17 from 1-2 p.m. in the Briggs Building, Room 105.
Professor of History and Department co-chair Roy Finkenbine was interviewed Oct. 12 on WDET’s “Detroit Today” with Stephen Henderson about Detroit’s Underground Railroad. Listen to the …
Detroit Mercy’s Ethics Bowl returns for all undergraduate students on Friday, Oct. 20. Teams are comprised of 3-5 students and this year’s competition has room for 12 total teams.
[sic] offers $100 prizes for the best visual, poetry and fiction/prose submissions and is open to all Detroit Mercy students, both undergraduate and graduate. The deadline for submissions is Oct. 13.
Michigan Poet Laureate Nandi Comer will read her work and engage in dialogue about craft and culture with Detroit poet Brittany Rogers at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Professor of History and Department co-chair Roy Finkenbine gave a talk on “The Improvisational Nature of the Underground Railroad” at the sixth annual Michigan Underground …
Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine gave a talk on “Living in the Jim Crow South” Sept. 19 at the Livonia Public Library. …
Student editors are wanted for the next issue of [sic], Detroit Mercy’s student art journal, which is slated to start production during the fall 2023 semester.
Writers and writing enthusiasts, join the Creative Writing Collective on the McNichols Campus this fall! The first gathering of 2023-24 is set for Thursday, Sept. 21 from 5:15-6:30 p.m.
Detroit Mercy was ranked No. 52 nationally and second in Michigan, according to results released Sept. 6 by WSJ/College Pulse. UDM was the third-highest ranked Jesuit university and only Mercy institution ranked.
In the first Cybersecurity Club meeting of the academic year, guest speaker Joe Maki will discuss the importance of the Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC).
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Patrick Kelly, S.J.‘s new book, “Play, Sport and Spirit” is beginning to gain some national attention. In the context of …
“A Year with Frog and Toad” is based on the Frog and Toad books by Arnold Lobel and was originally presented on Broadway. The DMTC production is directed by Sarah Hawkins Rusk.
Professor of English Nick Rombes was published at 3:AM Magazine with his creative, nonfiction essay, “Art Crimes.” Rombes was also featured in a podcast on …
Each year, University of Detroit Mercy honors an alumnus from each of its seven schools or colleges for the way they have excelled in their …
Assistant Professor of English Stephen Pasqualina‘s essay on Zora Neale Hurston’s ‘Barracoon’ was featured in the Summer 2023 issue of MELUS, which is the official …
Detroit Mercy’s Poet-in-Residence Stacy Gnall will give a reading 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3 at Pages Bookshop with fiction writer Casey Bell.
Detroit Mercy and General Motors joined forces to host the GM Student Corps/UDM College Experience event on July 11. In its 11th year, this transformative program offered nearly 100 students from 14 high schools in southeast Michigan “a day in the life of a college student.”
Professor of History and Department Co-Chair Roy Finkenbine gave a talk on “‘I Buyed It with Myself’: Freedom Dreams and Reparations Claims in the Civil …
For more than a decade, the Leadership minor has been an important part of the college education for hundreds of UDM graduates. More than 500 students are enrolled in the minor each semester.
Seven students and four professors had the trip of a lifetime during an unforgettable immersion experience to India from May 16-26.
The Vivere ex Missione awards are presented annually to four graduating students whose time at University of Detroit Mercy was marked by leadership, service and scholarship. The winners are announced during each of the four commencement ceremonies.
University of Detroit Mercy graduate programs in Engineering, Business, Law, Health Professions and Liberal Arts & Education were once again ranked among the top in the nation in the 2023-24 U.S. News & World Report’s ‘Best Colleges’ edition. This is the fourth consecutive year that Detroit Mercy graduate programs have ranked among the nation’s best.
Kara Wolfbauer isn’t going to remember every detail of her college experience, however, Detroit Mercy’s Class of 2023 Valedictorian will remember exactly how the University made her feel.
Associate Professor of Political Science Genevieve Meyers recently wrote a chapter in the book titled, Decolonizing State and Society in Uganda: The Politics of Knowledge and …
The Detroit Mercy community is welcome to attend the dedication ceremony of the the last few ribbons onto Healing Wall, Panel 5 with renowned artist and creator Carole Morisseau on Wednesday, April 26 at 4 p.m. in the Briggs Building.
The Women’s and Gender Studies program at Detroit Mercy is delighted to announce the winners of the 2022-23 Undergraduate Writing Contest. Nine students were awarded prizes in three categories.
Unheard Voices: Afro-Brazilian Diaspora, curated and directed by Greg Grobis, was created from experiences during the 2022 Fulbright Hays Brazil GPA Trip.
Students from University of Detroit Mercy swept the top-three spots in the ninth annual Detroit Chapter ISACA Cybersecurity Scholarship Case Competition on April 16. The competition awarded $13,500 in scholarships with 21 teams competing across four institutions.
Award-winning journalist Karla Rivas with Radio Progreso in Honduras will be the guest speaker at a special Carney Latin American Solidarity Archive (CLASA) event on Thursday, April 20 at 12:45 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom.
The annual UCA Jesuit Martyrs fundraiser dinner is set for Wednesday, April 19 at 6:45 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom of the McNichols Campus. The fundraiser helps raised money to help El Salvadoran attend the UCA.