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Student Olivia Rapp seen volunteering at Forgotten Harvest.
May 20, 2020
Members of the University of Detroit Mercy Community are stepping up in different ways to combat the COVID-19 crisis. We are sharing their stories here. Read the full story
McNichols Campus aerial shot
May 20, 2020
Plans offer new model and schedule for McNichols Campus and allow students to return home before December to complete semester and final exams online. Read the full story
Nick Summerlee wears one of the masks he printed with a 3-D printer.
May 06, 2020
Nick Summerlee was a high school dropout. He fought in the Iraq War and, as a result, battled mental illness. But through it all, Summerlee kept on fighting, believing in himself and earned a bachelor of science in Biology from University of Detroit Mercy. Read the full story
University of Detroit Mercy professor Nizar Ibrahim holds pickaxe at dig site with fellow explorer.
April 29, 2020
An international team of researchers, led by National Geographic Explorer and University of Detroit Mercy professor Nizar Ibrahim, has discovered unambiguous evidence that Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, the longest predatory dinosaur known, was aquatic, and used tail-propelled swimming locomotion to hunt for prey in a massive river system. Read the full story
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