Marquette’s new No. 2 holds top honors for an unusual feat It’s a good thing Dr. Kimo Ah Yun loves Marquette University — the native Californian isn’t terribly fond of Milwaukee weather. Nevertheless, he calls the city home, and the former dean of the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication has answered a new call to serve the university: he was named acting provost on Oct. 31. As he settles into his new role, Kimo took a moment to sit down with Marquette Today to talk a little about his family, being a Scrabble savant, and that time he and Dr. Gary Meyer visited 74 casinos in 24 hours, netting them a Guinness World … [Read More...]
By Alexis Schlindwein, COMM ’13 Marquette’s Biomedical Engineering Society chapter igniting local students’ passion for STEM For many high school students, the thought of choosing a college and major can be daunting. Particularly in fields like engineering where students generally have little exposure to the field during school, young students often aren’t aware of the […]
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