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  • July 12: Titans Service Day with ARISE Detroit set for Aug. 3

    Friday July 12, 2024

    Join fellow Titans in helping clean up the community for ‘s 18th annual Neighborhoods Day on Saturday, Aug. 3.

    The University has partnered with Demographics Inspiration – Detroit to clean up community gardens and lots located just five minutes away from the McNichols Campus. The volunteering will take place at 15368 Fairfield Street in Detroit.

    With any questions, please reach out to Alumni Relations at 313-993-1540 or alumni@udmercy.edu.

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  • July 08: College of Business Administration accreditation extended

    Monday July 08, 2024

    The has received a five-year extension of its accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

    “We’re grateful for the support provided to us by AACSB, and proud to maintain the distinction of AACSB accreditation,” said CBA Dean Joe Eisenhauer. “Our students and alumni can be justly proud of earning their academic credentials from one of the finest business schools in the world.”

    Only the top 6 percent of business schools in the world have achieved AACSB accreditation; 鶹AV’s College of Business Administration has remained fully accredited since 1949, making this the 75th anniversary of its accreditation.

    Earlier this year, U.S. News & World Report ranked the College’s MBA No. 17 in the nation for Management, making it the nation’s top-rated Catholic business school in this category.

    Front facade of Commerce & Finance Building.

  • July 07: Coaches Cookout features Titan basketball, July 31

    Sunday July 07, 2024

    Join the Department of Athletics for a on Wednesday, July 31 from 5-7 p.m.

    Enjoy a delicious barbecue, drinks, music, and games with the Titans basketball coaches at the tennis court pavilion behind Calihan Hall.

    Head women’s basketball coach Kate Achter and new head men’s basketball coach Mark Montgomery will be in attendance to meet and greet with guests, before sharing updates with their programs and previewing the upcoming seasons.

    Fans will be able to renew, reserve, or purchase season tickets ahead of the 2024-25 basketball seasons.

    Graphic for the Titan Basketball Coaches Cook-out

  • July 06: University names new dean of Libraries

    Saturday July 06, 2024
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    Kate Harger will join University of 鶹AV as the new Dean of Libraries. She will join the University August 1.

    Harger has more than 20 years of experience leading academic libraries in the metropolitan Detroit and Chicago areas. In addition to a Master of Library and Information Science degree from Wayne State University, Harger has earned a Doctor of Business Administration degree from Baker College, a Post-Baccalaureate Paralegal Certificate from Lansing Community College, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Hope College. She joins 鶹AV from Henry Ford College, where she was Director of Library & Academic Support Services.

    Prior to her position with Henry Ford College, Harger was dean/executive director of the library at McHenry County College, Ill., and library director at Baker College of Clinton Township. She has experience leading library teams through periods of transformational change, including library renovation projects and large-scale library system implementation projects. She is skilled at engaging stakeholders to better understand and anticipate evolving needs, aligning library initiatives with the strategic goals of the institution, and implementing innovative library resources and services that foster student and faculty success. A fan of all things Detroit, Harger has a particular fondness for Eastern Market and the Detroit Film Theatre. When she isn’t working, she enjoys swimming, flower gardening and traveling.

    She will replace Marilyn Dow, who served as interim dean for more than two years.

  • July 05: Charlton Center to host annual Money Matters Camp, July 29-Aug. 2

    Friday July 05, 2024

    More than a dozen students stand on the steps of the Chemistry Building posing for a photo. Two students hold signs that read Large Cap and #WealthyHabits.The will host the Money Matters Camp from July 29 through Aug. 2 on the McNichols Campus.

    More than 300 Metro Detroit elementary, middle and high school students, along with volunteers and camp counselors will be at UDM. They will participate in an exciting week of education and fun-filled activities centered on financial literacy, investing, and life skills.

    The Charlton Center’s Mission of reversing the trend of under-representation of people of color and females in the investment industry by providing academic excellence and hands-on training to this demographic aligns with the focus of the camp.

    The camp’s founder, Gail Perry-Mason, is an alumna of the University. A longtime senior investment professional, author, and renown speaker, Perry-Mason’s passion for financial-based education led her to found Money Matters for Youth in 1996. The camp has helped provide important financial learning to thousands of Detroit students.

  • July 05: Save the date: Wellness Expo 2024

    Friday July 05, 2024

    Calling all vendors for the 2024 Wellness Expo, which is set to take place Thursday, Oct. 3 from 12-2 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom.

    The Wellness Center is looking for departments, organizations, clubs, and local businesses that care for our student’s and employee’s wellness and well-being. Holistic wellness is larger than the physical or mental health services we typically think of first.

    Wellness includes occupational, financial, spiritual, social, and community well-being, so almost all organizations, departments, and businesses are welcome to participate.

    If you are interested in hosting a table at the expo, please contact the Wellness Center at 313-993-1185 or wellnesscenter@udmercy.edu.

    Two people stand behind a table with blue 鶹AV bags. Tables and vendors are pictured inside of the Student Union Ballroom behind them.

  • July 05: Earn $40 through 鶹AV’s mental health study

    Friday July 05, 2024

    鶹AV students, staff and faculty can earn $40 through a mental health study at the University. The Department of Psychology is looking for participants for the study.

    To qualify, you must be 18 or older, have experienced a traumatic event and have the ability to complete questionnaires and interview about current mental health symptoms in English. Each in-person appointment will take approximately 60-90 minutes.

    Participants will be asked to fill out a few self-report questionnaires relating to traumatic experiences, relationships, emotions and coping. They’ll also be asked to participate in a confidential videotaped clinical interview regarding traumatic experiences.

    The study will use the information to help clinicians diagnose trauma-related conditions and design better programs for people who have experienced traumatic events.

    Please call 313-993-1486 or email Katelyn Lowe at loweke@udmercy.edu with any questions or to see if you may quality for the study.

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Monday July 08, 2024

Professor of English Nick Rombes was interviewed about his new novel, “The Rachel Condition,” and its connection to Michigan by Vol. 1 Brooklyn. It was published on Monday, July 8. Read the full interview.

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