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Ibrahim with a colleague in the Sahara
September 25, 2018
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. Read the full story
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September 24, 2018
University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture's student journal Dichotomy won the 2018 Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals from the American Institute of Architects/Center for Architecture this past summer. The journal received an award of $2,000, which will help support publication costs in 2019. Read the full story

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Experts analyze political ad strategy for Michigan primary
FOX 2 Detroit | 8/6/18
FOX 2's Roop Raj analyzes political campaign practices with Detroit Mercy professors Michael Bernacchi and Joe Abisaid.

Groups work to improve education, quality of life in Detroit
The Arab American News | 8/4/18
The ReBUILDetroit science enrichment program works to fuel Detroit’s academic renaissance by establishing it as the center for biomedical research training for underrepresented undergraduate students.

Mike Davis admits he wasn't ready at Indiana. But he's ready to prove himself at Detroit Mercy | 7/26/18
Mike Davis is the new head coach at Detroit Mercy hired in mid-June, after a non-traditional route of going from Indiana to UAB to Texas Southern to Detroit.

Detroit Mercy capstone project gives students the chance to change lives
TechCentury | 7/19/18
University of Detroit Mercy students saw the culmination of two semesters of work — not to mention four years of learning — when they presented life-changing capstone projects to veterans at Detroit's John D. Dingell VA Medical Center.

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Student one of 8 selected for United Nations Climate Change Convention

Detroit Mercy Biochemistry student Tiffany Tieu Ngo was recently chosen 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).   Ngo will serve as a student representative for the American Chemical Society at the …

State Bar honors Professor Dubin

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Professor Lawrence Dubin received the State Bar of Michigan’s John W. Reed Michigan Lawyer Legacy Award during the annual State Bar of Michigan NEXT Conference in Grand Rapids in September. The prestigious John W. Reed Michigan Lawyer Legacy Award is presented periodically to …



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