College of Engineering & Science News
For the first time since 2011, the University of Detroit Mercy fencing program is competing at the NCAA Fencing National Championship with sophomore Algird Szumlas (Glendora, Calif.) set to go against the top collegiate foilists in the nation Thursday and Friday, March 23-24.
Timothy Korson, P.E. in civil engineering was recently hired by Gosling Czubak Engineering Services, Inc.
Danielle Maxwell, sophomore in Chemistry, strengthened her faith while working on Nazareth Farm in West Virginia during the Alternative Spring Break earlier this month.
Students Olivia Koh and Asia Rawls are looking to build on the success of last year's charity fashion show at Detroit Mercy by hosting an even bigger event this year, titled CCC The Movement.
What's it like to an engineering student at Detroit Mercy? Ride aboard the simple robot for circuits 1 class and find out.
The ReBUILDetroit program and student student success cordinator, Kathleen Walker, are featured in the article, How can we get more black women in STEM fields?, in BLAC Magazine.
The College of Engineering & Science was well represented with top winners in the 2017 Detroit Mercy Elevator Pitch competition.
Twenty companies participated in the annual Spring Career Fair in the Engineering High Bay today.
Mark Haidar '08 master's of electrical and computer engineering addressed the United Nations in New York on March 11.
Detroit’s science café, Brewing Chemistry, celebrated its 100th consecutive month of programing thanks in part to Chemistry & Biochemistry storeroom manager, Meghann Murray.