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Professor of Biology, TED Fellow, and National Geographic Explorer Nizar Ibrahim
May 28, 2020
Detroit Mercy Assistant Professor of Biology, TED Fellow, and National Geographic Explorer Nizar Ibrahim returned to the dig site in the Sahara Desert where he originally discovered Spinosaurus fossils and elected to remove more than 15 tons of rock because he felt there was more to be discovered. Read the full story
May 27, 2020
Detroit Mercy's dual enrollment program with Detroit Cristo Rey High School provides a hands-on university experience, including science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) courses, to creative, engaged students from underserved populations. Read the full story

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‘You can’t say it’s because of my dad anymore’: Brad Calipari finds himself – and the court – in Detroit
ESPN | 1/16/20
Brad Calipari, son of Hall of Fame coach John Calipari, can't remember a time of living in anonymity. But as a graduate transfer at University of Detroit Mercy, he has found himself and the basketball court.

Wandering in search of Wakanda
ESPN’s The Undefeated | 12/26/19
Alex Zamalin, an assistant professor of Political Science and director of the African American Studies program at Detroit Mercy, is featured in this piece that explores the concept of black utopias.

Detroit Mercy raises more than $100 million in record-setting campaign
Detroit Free Press | 12/15/19
Detroit Mercy’s fundraising campaign set a school record for the most money raised in a campaign.

Detroit Mercy and Kalasho Empowerment of Young Scholars give turkeys to Detroit for Thanksgiving
FOX 2 Detroit | 11/21/19
Detroit Mercy and Kalasho Empowerment of Young Scholars unite in giving away over 500 turkeys to the community, helping ensure everyone has something to be thankful for.

Silent Sky at Detroit Mercy Theatre Company is Unexpectedly Brilliant!
Broadway World | 10/23/19
The simplicity and elegance of this production of Silent Sky made the importance of Gunderson's words stand out to the audience and the cast of five worked seamlessly together to bring this impactful and moving production to life. It is a brilliant piece of Michigan theatre.

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Class of 2020: Detroit Mercy ‘greater than I could have ever expected’
Thu, 21 May 2020
When choosing which college she wanted attend, Brynne Gustafson’s wish-list was concise: study engineering at a small university and be involved in something outside of the classroom. University of Detroit Mercy checked all Gustafson’s boxes back in 2016, and four years later, she leaves the McNichols Campus well equipped for …

Class of 2020: Brother inspires research subject
Tue, 19 May 2020
Mitchell Mims discusses his research at a poster presentation.Mitchell Mims graduates this month with credentials most students graduating with a bachelor’s degree in biology don’t have: A published research paper in a national, peer-reviewed journal. Mims is one of several people listed as authors of an article in Digital Medicine, a medical journal affiliated with the well-respected scientific …

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