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An aerial photograph of Detroit Mercy's College of Engineering & Science building
July 14, 2021
The Metro-Detroit Regional Vehicle Cybersecurity Institute is designed to expand and enhance the cybersecurity engineering workforce through an applied curriculum developed in consultation with industry partners.
The clocktower on Detroit Mercy's McNichols Campus, shown at night, with a religious statue in the foreground.
July 12, 2021
Michael Dundorf’s life has long been about giving. At 80, he still tutors high school and middle school students in math for the Boys & Girls Club. He has donated time and treasure for a local community college and hospital. Through his estate plan, those three institutions, along with Detroit Mercy, will feel the results of his generosity for many years to come.
Nihad Dukhan poses in front of calligraphic pieces.
July 01, 2021
When Nihad Dukhan isn't teaching Mechanical Engineering at Detroit Mercy, he's working on one of his longtime passions: calligraphy.
A CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY IN THE JESUIT AND MERCY TRADITIONS

We take great pride in the influence of our religious sponsors, but what does that mean for our diverse student body and the education we offer?