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Friday September 20
12:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Grab lunch and get re-acquainted with fellow alumni at Z's Villa. Then hop aboard the Q-Line for a guided tour of the "New Detroit," followed by a tour and presentation of the history of M-1 and the engineering of the Q-Line.
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Saturday September 21
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Join us for a fun-filled fall festival for the whole family.
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Saturday September 21
Embark on a bike tour through the city of Detroit and the neighborhoods surrounding McNichols campus. Bike tour lead by Detroit Mercy alumni Tom Page '71, '76. Cost: $10
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Saturday September 21
10:00 AM
Join the Center for Career & Professional Development as they offer tips for successfully making a career change in the digital age. Today's job search process is fully integrated with technology. Having an understanding of how to navigate this recruitment and hiring process is crucial to your career success. In addition you will learn about Detroit Mercy career resources available to you as an alum. Presenters: Tracey Knowles, GCDF, CCSP Gene LaPouttre, GCDF, CCSP
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Saturday September 21
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Detroit Mercy's world-renowned paleontologist, Professor Nizar Ibrahim, might be best known for unlocking the mystery of the Spinosaurus, the predatory, sail-backed dinosaur so large it even surpassed the better know Tyrannosaurus Rex in body length. But to him, the discovery is just one piece in a much larger puzzle. Come learn more and hear his story.
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Saturday September 21
10:00 AM
Estate planning for the future...let's help you get ready! University of Detroit Mercy is offering a FREE seminar about estate planning, taxes and charitable giving. A light continental breakfast will be served. Our presenter is Mr. Robert (Bob) Perry of Butzel Long. Mr. Perry has more than 30 years of experience in many facets of estate and business successio planning, life insurance trusts, charitable remainder trusts, personal estate planning, estate taxation and individual retirement accounts (IRAs). A Q&A session will follow. There is no obligation and no one will call you after the presentation. This is a service for our alumni and their friends/guests.
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Saturday September 21
1:00 PM
Open to alumni and current students who belong to Greek Organizations, the Class of 1969, ROTC/Veterans, and Black Alumni. Reunite with friends and students in these groups over lunch.
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Saturday September 21
1:00 PM
Gather with your KBG sisters and enjoy reuniting over lunch. Bring your check for $15 made out to Carol Hepper to the event.
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Saturday September 21
4:30 PM
Enjoy a dinner and panel discussion with fellow black alumni and current students discussing the culture of the University and diversity.
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Saturday September 21
5:00 PM
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of your graduation from Detroit Mercy with your former classmates over dinner and live music.
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Event registration summary
Engineering & Science / Architecture 50th Reunion - "Celebrate Detroit":
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Free
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Free
Homecoming Fall Festival General Admission:
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Free
Bike Ride:
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$10.00
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$10.00
Workshop: Jobhunting in the Age of Technology:
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Free
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Free
Workshop: Searching for Africa's Lost Dinosaurs:
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Free
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Workshop: Estate Planning:
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All-Reunion Lunch:
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KBG Reunion:
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Black Alumni Reunion Dinner:
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Class of 1969 50th Reunion Dinner:
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Free
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