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Through an educational workshop, Detroit Mercy students and faculty explored using models to solve differential equations. The workshop aims to blend pioneering research ideas with engaging narrative.

Detroit Mercy undergraduate students have plenty of opportunities for research in just about any area of study. Students working in the lab of Rachelle Belanger are engaged in groundbreaking work studying the effects of atrazine on crayfish — research that could lead to drastic changes in the use of the common herbicide in the United States.

University of Detroit Mercy Assistant Professor of Biology Nizar Ibrahim wants young people to know there’s still plenty left to explore and discover in the world of science. That will be one of the themes when the Detroit Mercy professor and world-renowned paleontologist speaks at the USA Science & Engineering Festival X-STEM Puerto Rico event on Oct. 25.

For 15 straight years, the Detroit Mercy Chemistry Club has earned top Outstanding designation given to only the top 5% of all student member groups nationally.

Students accompanied world-renowned paleontologist and Detroit Mercy professor Nizar Ibrahim on an expedition to the Sahara this past summer.

Hundreds of students attended Ford Day, hosted by Ford Motor Company at the University of Detroit Mercy

Department chair makes engineering freshmen feel welcome.

Margaret Iwu has yet to take her first class at Detroit Mercy, but she already has boundless dreams for her future.

Emma Hagel, a senior studying civil engineering at Detroit Mercy, recently participated in a legislative fly-in for the American Society of Civil Engineers.

University of Detroit Mercy and Wayne State University’s ReBUILDetroit program recently received a renewal grant of more than $19 million over five years from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Three University of Detroit Mercy students and a 2019 Detroit Mercy graduate are willing to endure the elements of the Sahara for 10 days this month for the opportunity to go on an expedition with world-renowned paleontologist and Detroit Mercy professor Nizar Ibrahim.

University of Detroit Mercy alumna Tavala Luciow ’19 originally planned to attend medical school after graduation, but now she hopes to pursue a career in academia. Luciow was inspired to alter her career path by the relationships she built with Detroit Mercy administrators.

A new agreement with Michigan State University (MSU) College of Human Medicine will provide positions for Detroit Mercy students at MSU’s medical school. Officials of Detroit Mercy, MSU College of Human Medicine and University partners in medical education programs came together June 25 to sign this agreement at Ascension Providence Hospital in Southfield.

Detroit Mercy’s College of Engineering & Science recently received The International Council of Systems of Engineering.

Detroit Mercy’s College of Engineering & Science recently received The International Council of Systems of Engineering (INCOSE) award on Academic Equivalency for the INCOSE Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) and Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) certifications.