College of Business Administration hosts Denise Morrison, former president of Campbell Soup Co.

Detroit Mercy’s College of Business Administration (CBA) will host a public presentation by Denise Morrison, former president of Campbell Soup Co. This special engagement is Wednesday, Feb. 26, at 5:30 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom on the McNichols Campus. Morrison’s presentation is titled “Leadership, Ethics and Social Responsibility: A …

Professor of Philosophy David Koukal’s paper, “The Fatally Flawed Leadership of Donald J. Trump: A Platonic Analysis,” was recently published in the journal Philosophy in the Contemporary World. Read the article online.

Students, community enhance Fitzgerald neighborhood, Detroit-area gardens

University of Detroit Mercy freshmen kicked off their college careers by performing a day of service work throughout Detroit on Aug. 21-22. Students split in two groups and worked in the Fitzgerald neighborhood, just west of the University’s McNichols Campus, and assisted several Detroit-area neighborhood gardens and farms. The annual …

National Jesuit Student Leadership Conference 2019 at Detroit Mercy

More than 200 students from 25 Jesuit universities visited our McNichols Campus and the city of Detroit for a weekend of service, leadership, fellowship and fun at the 2019 National Jesuit Student Leadership Conference. Students explored downtown Detroit, participated in leadership breakout sessions, volunteered with children at the Adam Butzel …

University reveals theme for National Jesuit Student Leadership Conference and seeks sponsors

University of Detroit Mercy will serve as host for the prestigious 2019 National Jesuit Student Leadership Conference (NJSLC). This year’s conference takes place on the McNichols Campus July 10-14, 2019. The theme for the conference is “Rising from the ashes” and student organizers are actively seeking sponsors to make this …

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 …

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 …

PA Students Lobby in Washington DC

PA students Katie Lukovich and John Densmore were selected to attend the American Academy of PAs (AAPA) Leadership and Advocacy Summit as a member of the Michigan Academy of PAs (MAPA) contingent. The following is a reflection from Katie: My experience at the 2019 Leadership and Advocacy summit was one …

Volunteers needed for Honors Convocation

Dean of Students Monica Williams is looking for faculty, staff and students to volunteer for Honors Convocation ceremonies and liturgical service on Sunday, March 24. Students who volunteer earn points toward their leadership pin and medallion. Lunch will be provided in the Presidents’ Dining Room between 11:30 a.m. and 3 …

University Ministry Service Immersion Trips help students make a difference for others

University of Detroit Mercy students are currently preparing to help global communities through the institution’s annual University Ministry Service Immersion Trips. But to get there, students need the help of supporters through a special Detroit Mercy Crowd Funding effort. Each year Detroit Mercy students spend their winter or spring breaks …

Join the Women’s Leadership Round Table

The Women’s Leadership Round Table invites all interested colleagues to its first meeting of the semester on Wednesday, Oct. 10, from noon to 1 p.m. in Room 324 of the McNichols Campus Library. Coffee, tea and light refreshments will be offered. For this first discussion, Associate Professor of Nursing Judith Mouch, RSM will …