Anne Kohnke, principal investigator for the Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CD) and director of the Center for Cyber Security & Intelligence Studies, …

Assistant Professor of English Stephen Pasqualina published “Such a Tangible Thing: Zora Neale Hurston’s Unruly Stones of Memory” in The Journal of American Culture. The …

Detroit Mercy alum commissions sculpture to honor University’s mission

Detroit Mercy alumnus Thomas Page ’71, ’76 recently commissioned a sculpture to honor and reflect the University’s Jesuit and Mercy foundations, traditions and values while paying homage to the institution’s bright future. An unveiling of this sculpture will take place during the University’s Homecoming.

Alexandra Hichel, director of recruitment and communications for the College of Liberal Arts & Education, received the IABC IED Chair award, a top international award …

Fr. Patrick Kelly, S.J., associate professor of Religious Studies, was featured and quoted in the article, “How America Sold Out Little League Baseball,” which was …

Lecturer in Economics Joseph Weglarz recently discussed the state of the economy and inflation on the Mildred Gaddis Show, broadcasted on KISS-FM (105.9). Weglarz was …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine was recently quoted in USA Today in an article titled, “A woman enslaved by a major Harvard …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine made a virtual presentation on “The Indigenous Underground Railroad” as part of a lecture series sponsored and …

Professor of English Nicholas Rombes was interviewed for the “Culture File” podcast on Ireland’s National Public Service Media. The focus was on Rombes’ book, 10/40/70: Film …

Associate Professor of Religious Studies Todd Hibbard recently published an essay titled, “Does Isaiah Implicate the Temple in His Pronouncements of Judgment Against Jerusalem?” His essay …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine was a panelist in a session on “Indigenous People and the Underground Railroad” at the annual meeting …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine was a panelist for a virtual symposium, “A Fluid Frontier: Slavery, Resistance, and the Underground Railroad in …

Economics Lecturer Joseph Weglarz presented a paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mind of George Washington” at the 33rd annual Teaching Economics Conference on Feb. 25. The virtual …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine’s work on the Underground Railroad, as well as his efforts as a member of the Michigan Freedom …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine will be featured on the Science Channel and Discovery Plus for the documentary series The Underground …

Assistant Professor of Theatre Andrew Papa will be presenting on two panels for the upcoming Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference in July 2022. …

Three faculty and administrators have been selected to represent Detroit Mercy in this summer’s Fulbright Hays Group Project Abroad to Brazil. Greg Grobis, associate professor …

Fr. Patrick Kelly, S.J., associate professor of Religious Studies, was recently interviewed on the “Kresta in the Afternoon” radio show about his writings in the …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine was interviewed by CBC Radio about Indigenous connections to the Underground Railroad. The program aired on June 13. Read excerpts …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine gave two plenary talks as part of a virtual conference on “Nineteenth-Century America: Fiends, Fugitives, and Friends,” June 2, The …