College of Engineering & Science News
Biology students earn an extra credit point while raising 600 canned goods to feed the hungry in our community this year.
Father Albright was honored for his more than 60 years of teaching at Detroit Mercy by colleagues and students following his last Comparative Anatomy lecture on April 21.
Undergraduate students at Detroit Mercy can take advantage of small class sizes, working closely with faculty on research projects and presenting their research findings at national conferences.
Detroit Mercy students saw their hard work evolve from a simple idea to life-changing results when they presented their capstone projects to veterans at the VA Medical Center. Detroit Mercy Engineering and Nursing students, along with Lawrence Technological University students, collaborated with veterans to create projects to help the veterans in their every-day lives.
University of Detroit Mercy students saw their hard work evolve from a simple idea to life-changing results when they presented their capstone projects to veterans at the VA Medical Center on April 21.
Dr. Rachelle Belanger, associate professor of biology, was invited to present her research, “Atrazine exposure impacts chemoreception in crayfish” at Bowling Green State University on April 19.
The College of Engineering & Science was well represented at Detroit Mercy’s annual Celebration of Scholarly Achievement poster session today.
ReBUILDetroit welcomes Leah Aggison, Ph.D. to the University of Detroit Mercy team as the Student Success Coach last month.
Freshmen ReBUILDetroit scholars and their Detroit Mercy classmates attended the Michigan Branch of the American Society for Microbiology conference in Lansing earlier this month.
In a recently published article, Detroit Mercy faculty highlight the grand challenges of engineering in the 21st Century.