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Detroit Mercy announces substantial new scholarship 
to meet the growing need for master’s level psychologists

Detroit Mercy’s College of Liberal Arts & Education will host an information session Jan. 19, 2023, which includes news about a new scholarship that provides significant financial support for graduate students who enroll in the Clinical Psychology Master’s Program for the fall 2023 semester. 

The art of coming together

The McNichols Campus is a bit more interesting with the addition of a sculpture commissioned by alumnus Tom Page ’71, ’76. The as-yet-unnamed sculpture honors and reflects the University’s Jesuit and Mercy foundations, traditions and values and paying homage to Detroit Mercy’s bright future.

Ticketing & Audience Development Coordinator and Adjunct Professor of Theatre Sarah Hawkins Rusk is directing “The Children” by Lucy Kirkwood at the Open Book Theatre …

Professor of History and Department Co-Chair Roy E. Finkenbine served as a guest editor for the Fall 2022 Michigan Historical Review, a special issue which …

Detroit Mercy professor receives $17,000 grant for film on restoration of Hamtramck Negro League field

Detroit Mercy Professor of Communication Studies Jason Roche received a $17,088 grant from the Michigan Arts and Culture Council (MACC). The grant will help fund production of a documentary film about the remarkable history and current restoration of Hamtramck Stadium.

Stacy Gnall, Detroit Mercy’s poet-in-residence and adjunct instructor of English, will read her work on Oct. 16 as part of the Sunday Reading Series at …

Assistant Professor of English Stephen Pasqualina published an essay titled “Teach Students to Be Critics—and Builders” in Inside Higher Ed.

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 …