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The latest College news is below.  You can also view stories from 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013.

Congratulations to Michael D Bernacchi ’88 Biology on his promotion to Rear Admiral in the United States Navy according to a U.S. Department of Defense press release earlier this year.

University of Detroit Mercy is partnering with two prestigious Chinese universities to bring a cohort of students to Detroit this fall. While here, the students will work in Detroit Mercy’s state-of-art labs with renowned faculty, and earn their bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

Congratulations to Ali Jabbar Al-Fraiji ’02 Master of Mechanical Engineering to become the first Iraqi who has achieved/awarded the highest Specialized Leadership and Management Executive Certificate from Harvard Kennedy School of Government – Executive Education which is a standout amongst the most prestigious scientific academies that specialize in present day studies in Management and Leadership.

Thanks to a unique partnership with University of Detroit Mercy, nonprofit organizations that partner with Ford Motor Company volunteers have a new way of connecting those groups with willing workers. Detroit Mercy recently released GoodTurn, an iPhone app that brings nonprofits that have materials to move with volunteers who have vehicles to move it.

It is with great pleasure that Interim Dean Katherine Snyder announces the Assistant Deans for Academics for the College of Engineering & Science - Carolyn Rimle (Engineering) and Liz Roberts-Kirchhoff (Science).

It is with great pleasure that Interim Dean Dr. Katherine Snyder announces Dr. Rick Hill, Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, as Assistant Dean for Research & External Initiatives.

ReBUILDetroit scholars from University of Detroit Mercy in the first-year Sea-Phage biology course successfully identified and DNA sequenced a bacteria phage which is now listed in the GenBank.

Join the party at University of Detroit Mercy's 2017 Homecoming on Sept. 29 & 30, as we fill our campus with food, fun and community activities. The celebration is open to all; young and old, students and alumni, neighbors and out-of-towners, we want everyone to feel at home. Let's build this Titan tradition together!

Eleven undergraduates in Biology and in the College of Health Professions from University of Detroit Mercy presented their summer research during the 2017 Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences (Mid-SURE) at Michigan State University, July 26.

Congratulations to Dr. Kevin Daimi, professor of mathematics and director of computer science and software engineering, on the publication of Computer and Network Security Essentials which he is an editor.

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