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The latest College news is below.  You can also view stories from 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013.

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.

The Department of Chemistry unveiled a new plaque to honor John A. McLean Jr., Ph.D. during the 2nd iteration of the Dr. John A. McLean Jr. Lecture series.

Speaker Tom Castle, MBA, Director of Operations, May Mobility, Ann Arbor presents a Distinguished Lecture on Autonomous Vehicles

On Thursday, Sept. 13, the entire Detroit Mercy community came together for Celebrate Spirit! “Be the Joy” in the Fitness Center. Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and friends of the University celebrated this annual event to welcome everyone to the fall semester and set our spiritual path for the year.

University of Detroit Mercy Assistant Professor of Biology — and world-renowned paleontologist — Nizar Ibrahim’s adventures in hunting for dinosaur fossils in the Sahara Desert will take center stage on Sept. 28, when he presents, “Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous,” a National Geographic Live event, at The Smith Center in Las Vegas.

University of Detroit Mercy Student, Tiffany Tieu Ngo, is one of eight US students chosen to be a student representative at the Conference of Parties 24 in Poland.

Andy Wakeland, a Civil Engineering alumnus, spent the day with incoming freshmen during orientation and performed a day of service

Detroit Mercy Welcomes Incoming Class of Freshmen Engineers with Hard Hats

Detroit Mercy Engineering Faculty and Students gave five oral presentations and one poster presentation at the IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems in Windsor, Ontario.

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