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Professor Carmona works hard to instill in his students that service must be a lifelong commitment.

FIRST Robotics Competition is one of four annual programs they administer that reaches over 400,000 youth annually. Nearly 200 students attended the FIRST Robotics Competition Kickoff at the University of Detroit Mercy Jan. 5.

The State of Michigan’s Talent and Economic Development Department and Department of Education recently announced the first round of Marshall Plan for Talent Innovation Grant awardees. And University of Detroit Mercy’s College of Engineering & Science will play a significant role in this important new effort.

Detroit Mercy’s College of Engineering & Science, along with 146 sites throughout the world, will help kickoff the FIRST Robotics Competition on Saturday, Jan. 5.

Detroit Mercy will host a friendly but competitive mathematics competition for high school students to test their problem-solving skills and mathematical knowledge in February 2019.

Thanks to a BUILD grant awarded to the University of Detroit Mercy, Dr. Grabowski and Dr. Belanger created a diabetic model that allows scholars to have an abbreviated research experience that is usually not available to undergraduate students.

Detroit Mercy will host a friendly but competitive mathematics competition for high school students to test their problem-solving skills and mathematical knowledge in February 2019.

University Detroit Mercy Math student wins 2nd Place Prize at STEM diversity conference.

University of Detroit Mercy faculty and staff along with high school students explored the relationship between people and their environment at the 14th annual Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit Conference.

Detroit Mercy Students present and earn award at the 2018 ANACHEM/SAS Detroit Section Symposium.

Detroit Mercy's College of Engineering & Science hosts an annual symposium to highlight the research by undergraduate and graduate students.

What started off as a simple idea will soon be enjoyed by thousands of children and adults at the Michigan Science Center. Thanks to a collaboration between University of Detroit Mercy, Ford Motor Company Fund (Ford Fund), Detroit Cristo Rey High School and the Michigan Science Center, the science behind one Earth’s most fascinating phenomena is coming to the museum, in the form of an earthquake table exhibit.

The College of Engineering & Science hosted their annual fall Engineering & Science Career & Co-op Fair October 2, 2018.

Detroit Mercy Biochemistry Student Tiffany Tieu Ngo recently earned selection as one of only eight U.S. college students to serve as a student representative at the 2018 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24).

University of Detroit Mercy President Antoine M. Garibaldi is representing his fraternity Sigma Pi Phi (The Boulè) as competition coordinator for the Base 11 $1 Million Space Challenge. This Challenge works to spur the development of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) talent among U.S. students.