Detroit Mercy joins National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity

University of Detroit Mercy recently became a member of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD), an independent professional development center dedicated to helping faculty make successful transitions throughout their careers. The NCFDD works with colleges, universities, organizations and individuals to help increase productivity, establish and maintain work-life …

Titans Together: COVID-19 information for employees

As a reminder to all Detroit Mercy employees, a hub page is available under our COVID-19 information website catered specifically to faculty, staff and administrators. This page includes links to campus safety guidelines, reporting guidelines for student behavior, telecommunication and travel resources as well as instructor checklist. As always, remain …

Snapshots of a Pandemic

We may be in the middle of a pandemic, but life goes on. Detroit Mercy’s Marketing & Communications Team is collecting stories of the many inspiring and heartwarming ways our alumni, students and other members of the University community are responding. In the series we are calling “Snapshots of a …

Walking in a Winter Titan-land

As the dreaded Finals Week loomed over our Titans, University employees volunteered to feed the masses at the annual Late Night Breakfast in the Titan Dining Room. This year, Student Life added a winter wonderland photo booth for the students. Small donations were given to participate with proceeds benefitting this …

Detroit Mercy honors faculty for excellence

University of Detroit Mercy honored two faculty members at the 2019 Faculty Recognition Awards held earlier this month. Professor of Counseling and Director of Addiction Counseling Nancy Calleja received the Faculty Excellence Award and Terry Howard, lecturer in Decision and Information Sciences, earned the Faculty Achievement Award. Faculty Excellence Award …

Support Safety Street with sweets

Safety Street, Detroit Mercy’s annual community trick-or-treat event, is just around the corner, and we are hosting a donation drive to make it a success. Donate as many bags of candy as you can to the Student Life Office by Friday, Oct. 18 at 5 p.m. The department that donates …

Detroit Mercy hosts 15th annual Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit Conference

Detroit Mercy’s College of Engineering & Science will play host to the 15th Annual Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit (GLBD) Conference titled “The Planet will Survive. Will We?” Oct. 25-26 on the McNic hols Campus. This event will bring together hundreds of high school students, teachers, university faculty and organizational leaders to …

MarCom Process: Proof Approval Form

Individuals and departments requesting services from Marketing & Communications (MarCom) will now be required to complete an approval form when project is complete. This new process helps the department track the review of materials and ensures that all information is correct according to the individual and department requesting the project. …

Professor of Philosophy David Koukal was the first guest on Detroit Mercy Faculty Beats, a new campus podcast where hosts interview Detroit Mercy faculty in an informal conversation and feature the guests’ favorite music. Listen to the podcast episodes online.

Nursing faculty and students to be recognized with The Daisy Award

University of Detroit Mercy nursing faculty and students will be honored May 9 with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty and The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Students. These awards are part of The DAISY Foundation’s mission to express gratitude to nurses with programs that recognize them for the …

Faculty and Staff Appreciation Night with Detroit Mercy Titans, Feb. 28

Detroit Mercy Titan Athletics wants to recognize the University community for its dedication to improving the lives of our student-athletes. Detroit Mercy employees are invited to a reception in between the men’s and women’s basketball games on Thursday, Feb. 28 at approximately 7 p.m. The women will take on Wright …

Thanksgiving Dress Down Challenge

As we approach this Thanksgiving season, we remember that a grateful heart is a joyful heart. In the city of Detroit, 48 percent of residents lack access to an affordable, healthy, safe and culturally appropriate supply of food. Nationwide, 48% of college students are food insecure at some point during …