2023 CHP MSON News

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Michigan State Representative Pohutsky was on campus Thursday, Nov. 29.

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Detroit Mercy ranks No. 455 out of 4,500 colleges and universities nationwide for salary earned over the 40-year length of a career according to research published by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce in 2022.

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Detroit Mercy was ranked among the top national universities by U.S. News & World Report for a fifth year in a row, earning a No. 185 rank in the National Universities category.

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To address a high demand for nurses, University of Detroit Mercy and Macomb Community College are collaborating to bring a bachelor’s degree in Nursing completion program to Macomb County.

Students and others during the 2022 Bioneers conference, working outside on logs.

Detroit Mercy will host the 18th annual Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit Conference on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 12-13. The theme of this year’s conference is “Revolution from the Heart of Nature: Take Action in Detroit.”

An outdoor photo on the McNichols Campus, featuring students sitting on benches, the Memorial clock tower, water fountain, trees, flowers and buildings during a sunny summer day.

Detroit Mercy was ranked No. 52 nationally and second in Michigan, according to results released Sept. 6 by WSJ/College Pulse. UDM was the third-highest ranked Jesuit university and only Mercy institution ranked.

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MEAGN students participated in a mass casualty drill in conjunction with the Bloomfield Township Fire Department. By acting as victims, first responders were given a realistic opportunity to experience such an event.

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Join us for the Detroit Urban Health Challenge, a two-day hackathon designed to foster AI innovation in addressing Detroit's urgent urban health challenges.

Two photos of students outdoors, on the left two students push carts past the Shiple Hall sign and on the right, three students wearing red University of Detroit Mercy t-shirts pose and smile in front of a colorful brick wall.

Students from Detroit Mercy's largest freshman class on the McNichols Campus in 14 years participated in Prologues, Transitions and Viewpoints (PTV) during the final part of orientation, Aug. 22-25.

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Join us for an Open House at our Novi Campus on Tuesday, Sept. 12 starting at 4:00 p.m.

A graphic featuring the text 2023 Alumni Achievement Awards, with photos of the seven winners and their names below.

Each year, Detroit Mercy honors an alumnus from each of its seven schools or colleges for the way they have excelled in their professions and demonstrated leadership and service to the larger community.

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As many of you know, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn affirmative action on June 29, 2023, will have a significant impact on institutions of higher education throughout our country. We pray for all of our friends and member institutions who will experience an array of challenges due to this decision, but most importantly for all students who will be directly affected by the court’s actions.

Youth Health Exploration Camp

Middle school and high school students are invited for Youth Exploration Camp where they will spend one day at College of Health Profession participating in different hands-on simulations relating to the area of healthcare.

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Take a look at what our students are seeing on Day 3 of the Mercy Heritage Tour in Ireland.

group from the mercy tour on baggott street

Take a look at what our students are seeing on Day 2 of the Mercy Heritage Tour in Ireland.

Five people are pictured standing and working on a mannequin patient inside STAR simulation center classrooms.

The new Simulation, Technology and Research (STAR) Center is designed to promote student-faculty collaboration in one space, enhance flexibility of the curriculum and the scenarios help students understand the benefits of different ways of treating patients.

Students sit inside of a classroom and listen to a teacher who sits on a higher chair, with three television screens around them.

For more than a decade, the Leadership minor has been an important part of the college education for hundreds of UDM graduates. More than 500 students are enrolled in the minor each semester.

Graduates walk outdoors on the McNichols Campus near the Jesus statue.

More than 1,000 graduates participated in four ceremonies during 2023 Commencement at University of Detroit Mercy on Friday and Saturday, May 12-13.

Four people wearing graduation regalia are pictured inside of Calihan Hall during a ceremony. One person claps and another stands at attention next to him. A University of Detroit Mercy red banner is draped over a podium.

The Vivere ex Missione awards are presented annually to four graduating students whose time at University of Detroit Mercy was marked by leadership, service and scholarship.

Keagan Tremel poses for a photo in front of a palm tree on a beach.

When Keagan Tremel walks across the commencement stage to pick up her diploma, it will be an especially important accomplishment. Not very long ago, she was told she may never walk again.

An aerial photograph of UDM's McNichols Campus.

For the fourth consecutive year, Detroit Mercy's graduate programs have ranked among the nation’s best.

Three assisted technology devices worked on by University of Detroit Mercy Engineering and Nursing students. From left: a wheelchair storage device for Holly; a custom shower chair for Pete; and a device that allows Scott to transition from his wheelchair to an RV bed.

Student groups unveiled and presented their life-changing assisted technology devices in the College of Engineering & Science to their clients and public on Monday, April 24.

Shawna Stewart '15 poses for a photo while holding a box containing The Starter Kit, which she created for nursing students.

Shawna Stewart ’15 was drawn to the medical field in order to care for people. Now working as a nurse in Detroit, she’s trying to help make things more affordable for nursing students.

Detroit Mercy’s Master’s in Health Services Administration earns 3-year accreditation

CAHME approves initial accreditation of University of Detroit Mercy's Master of Science in Health Services Administration (MHSA) program for a three-year term.

Online Graduate Nursing ranked 37th nationally by 'U.S. News & World Report'

University of Detroit Mercy’s online Graduate Nursing Program was ranked No. 37 nationally in 'U.S. News & World Report’s' Best Online Programs for 2023.