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Detroit Mercy will host a friendly but competitive Mathematics Competition for high school students to test their problem-solving skills and mathematical knowledge April 14. But until then, high school students have a chance to gain invaluable practice at solving math problems each month through the monthly web puzzles.

Dr. Ioannis Souldatos, assistant professor of mathematics and computer science, presented two logic seminars and had a paper published earlier this month.

Two ReBUILDetroit scholars, Vanessa Lee and Relicious Eboh, from the University of Detroit Mercy attended and presented at the National Collegiate Research Conference at Harvard University in January.

The publisher for Dr. Abhijit Dasgupta's book, Set Theory, ISBN 978-1-4614-8853-8, reports it was downloaded more than 70,000.

Detroit Mercy is in the midst of a $100-million investment campaign towards building a boundless future. Alumni from the College of Engineering & Science continue to generously support student scholarships, academic programs, faculty research and state-of-the-art facilities.

Dr. Chaomin Luo, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, presented UAV Coverage Path Planning Algorithm for Bridge Detection and A Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm based Hybrid Recommendation Approach at the IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence Conference (IEEE SSCI 2017) in Hawaii, November 27 to December 1, 2017.

Nearly four years ago, the ReBUILDetroit consortium consisting of the University of Detroit Mercy and Wayne State University received a $21.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to transform undergraduate education. We asked scholars to tell us what ReBUILDetroit is, why they are involved in the program and why someone should become a scholar.

The College of Engineering & Science honored the graduates of the Master of Science in Product Development (MPD) and Master of Science in Engineering Management (MEM) during the Ford Alumni Night at Calihan Hall on February 2.

For one month beginning on Monday, February 5, the College of Engineering & Science will be seeking your financial support for 4 student projects.

The American Chemical Society's Education Division recently formed a new group committed to mentoring, training and developing new faculty in the discipline of chemistry. Dr. Matthew Mio, professor of chemistry, was appointed to this national committee.

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