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The latest College news is below.  You can also view stories from 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013.

GoodTurn, the mobile app for moving goods and helping nonprofit organizations, is currently under modification to help manage the delivery of donations to victims of the hurricanes in Texas and Florida. GoodTurn was developed at University of Detroit Mercy by a team of faculty, staff, students and alumni, and is funded by the Bill Ford Better World Challenge.

University of Detroit Mercy is a proud member of the newly created Academic Consortium at the American Center for Mobility (ACM) to train the next generation of high-tech talent at the state-of-the-art connected and automated vehicle technologies (CAV) facility in Southeast Michigan.

More than 80 students in engineering and science presented their research during the fifth annual Research Symposium in the Engineering HighBay on October 13.

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Detroit Mercy College of Engineering & Science invites applicants for a full-time tenure track faculty position in Chemistry or Biochemistry beginning in Fall 2018.

More than 50 people from participating Automation Alley companies descended to University of Detroit Mercy for the Fall Networking event on October 12.

The team developing the wheelchair escalator which provides basic mobility for disabled persons was featured on a radio segment, “Making the Grade,” on WJR, am 760 on October 9.

The 8th grade students from Berkley Middle Schools, Norup and Anderson, spent the morning exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Architecture and Mathematics (STEaM) at University of Detroit Mercy on October 4 and 5.

Detroit Mercy’s College of Engineering & Science offers two $5,000 scholarships to students who have participated in a FIRST Competition in high school and are pursuing a bachelor degree in any of our programs in Engineering & Science. The scholarship is renewable for up to four years.

Dr. Abhijit Dasgupta, Mathematics professor, presented a special seminar entitled “Axioms for complete elementary extensions” during the Mathematics Department lecture series at the University of Michigan on October 5.

The John A. McLean, Jr. Lecture Series sponsored by the Chemistry and Biochemistry department held its inaugural lecture on September 29.

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