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March 27, 2023
President Donald Taylor was officially inaugurated as the 26th president at University of Detroit Mercy on March 24 and delivered an address to more than 500 people in attendance at Calihan Hall.
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March 23, 2023
University of Detroit Mercy announces the availability of full-tuition scholarships of up to $12,000 each for graduate students enrolling in the College of Engineering & Science’s Vehicle Cyber Engineering (VCE) graduate certificate program.
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March 17, 2023
In addition to studying engineering at the University like her parents, Catherine Cole competes at a high level in synchronized skating, which has recently included competitions across the globe during her final semester of college.

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Detroit Mercy in the News

Meet history-making Antoine Davis through the eyes of his teammates
WXYZ Channel 7 | Feb. 27, 2023
Detroit Mercy graduate senior guard Antoine Davis is once again on the brink of history as his team begins the conference tournament. While the record is in reach, Davis’ teammates say he’s more concerned with winning.

Pete Maravich's seemingly unbreakable NCAA career scoring record in jeopardy of being broken
Yahoo! | Feb. 27, 2023
Antoine Davis, a slippery 6-foot-1 guard from off-the-radar Detroit Mercy, has blown past everyone besides Pistol Pete on the Division I college basketball’s all-time scoring list.

Newly baptized, UDM's Antoine Davis eyes all-time NCAA scoring record
Detroit Catholic | Feb. 27, 2023
The school retired Davis’ No. 0 jersey, unveiling a banner that will be placed in the rafters of Calihan Hall. That wasn’t the only big moment for Davis and his family last week, as he was baptized.

Celebrate Black History Month in The D
WDIV Local 4 | Feb. 3, 2023
February is dedicated to celebrating Black History, and Detroit Mercy has a month-long program to help people do so.

A Detroit foundation wanted to understand the youth it serves — so it tapped a 21-year-old trustee
Crain's Detroit | Jan. 17, 2023
From a young age, communications student Jeremiah Steen has dedicated himself to giving back, especially in Detroit. Steen's philanthropic efforts haven't gone unnoticed. He was installed as the youngest trustee ever to be named to The Skillman Foundation's board.

Psychologist shortage prompts UDM to create master's degree scholarship
Detroit Free Press | Jan. 5, 2023
Detroit Mercy's College of Liberal Arts & Education is offering a new scholarship — the Ignite Scholarship — which was created to help the growing need for mental health clinicians.

Alumni News

Couldn’t make the inauguration? Here’s all you missed!
Thu, 30 Mar 2023
President Donald Taylor is presented the medallion of University of Detroit Mercy by Board of Trustees Chairman Michael T. McNamara.“The world needs Titans now more than ever.” This was one of the mantras delivered by President Donald B. Taylor during his inauguration address March 24 at Calihan Hall on the McNichols Campus. In his address to the University, Taylor discussed his vision for Detroit Mercy, what he’s learned in his nine …

Tune in tonight to watch history (probably) being made
Thu, 02 Mar 2023
Antoine Davis cuts between two defenders during a game.Tonight, the NCAA men’s basketball scoring record set 53 years ago by Pete Maravich will most likely be broken by Detroit Mercy’s phenom Antoine Davis. Detroit’s No. 0 — whose jersey was retired after his last game at Calihan Hall last week— has the best average in the nation right …