Traveling exhibit aims to end the silence that surrounds mental health and suicide – Detroit Mercy Campus Connection

September is national Suicide Awareness Month, and to mark that, the Wellness Center and the Dean of Students Office will bring Active Minds’ Send Silence Packing Exhibit to the McNichols Campus on Thursday, Sept. 16. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. that day hundreds of backpacks representing those college students who have committed suicide will … Read more

NEPC Talks Education: Discussing the K-12 Educational Policy Response to COVID-19 and Civil Unrest

BOULDER, CO (September 16, 2021) – In this month’s episode of NEPC Talks Education, NEPC Researcher Christopher Saldaña interviews Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings, the former Kellner Family Distinguished Professor of Urban Education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Ladson-Billings is a former president of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), and current president … Read more

Nationally known religious leader kicks off University of Detroit Mercy’s “Founders Week” – Detroit Mercy Campus Connection

Nationally renowned religious leader, activist and speaker Sr. Simone Campbell, SSS, is helping kickoff “Founders Week” at University of Detroit Mercy Sept. 21. Sr. Simone will address the topic of “Sacred Listening” at 7 p.m. in Room 114 of the Chemistry building on Detroit Mercy’s McNichols Campus. The event is free to the first 100 … Read more

After hurricanes, what makes people decide to stay or to go?

EXPERT ALERT Jeff Falk713-348-6775jfalk@rice.edu Amy McCaig713-348-6777amym@rice.edu After hurricanes, what makes people decide to stay or to go? Rice expert available for interviews on research about residents’ decisions after disasters HOUSTON – (Sept. 15, 2021) – The flooding and destruction from hurricanes Ida and Nicholas pose a difficult choice for residents of the Gulf Coast, many … Read more

Among the most downloaded in 2020

Posted By: Arve Aksnes On 10. August 2021 In a recent email from the AGU Publication Team (see screenshot below), PhD Fasil Tesema and his co-authors were informed that the paper entitled “Observations of Electron Precipitation During Pulsating Aurora and Its Chemical Impact” was among the AGU journal’s top 10 % most downloaded in 2020. … Read more

Nur Fitriany Dewi » Blog Archive » Review Materi Management File dan Linux File Permissions

Manajemen file merupakan metode dan struktur data yang digunakan sistem operasi untuk mengatur dan mengorganisir file pada disk atau partisi.   Berikut merupakan beberapa perintah yang digunakan untuk memanipulasi file dan direktori: –       $ pwd Untuk melihat direktori yang sedang aktif –       $ ls Untuk menampilkan file yang ada di dalam direktori yang sedang aktif … Read more

Warwick astronomy seminars

Our seminars are an opportunity to discuss the latest developments in broad range of astronomical research areas with specialists in their fields. They are open all staff and students in the department, and final year undergraduates doing astronomy projects, are particularly welcome to attend. You may also be interested in other seminars in the Department … Read more

Westminster High Jumper Finishes 11th in the Nation at National Championship

High jump record-breaker and two-sport star Avylina Powell-Qualo, ’24 ΚΚΓ, is the first Westminster women’s track and field athlete to ever qualify for the NCAA National Championships. Powell-Qualo came into the 2021 NCAA Division III Outdoor National Championships already knowing her season was a success. She became the first women’s track and field athlete to … Read more

McNichols Campus Library to feature banners celebrating International Underground Railroad Month – Detroit Mercy Campus Connection

September marks International Underground Railroad Month, and the McNichols Campus Library and the Black Abolitionist Archive are celebrating with a display of three banners in the lobby of the McNichols Campus Library. The banners are loaned to the Libraries thanks to the Michigan Freedom Trail Commission and Michigan History Center. Current students and employees are … Read more