Four Marquette faculty members were recognized tonight with the university’s highest teaching honor. Teaching Excellence Awards were presented at the annual Père Marquette Dinner, emceed by Dr. Sandra Hunter, associate professor of exercise science in the College of Health Sciences and a 2014 Teaching Excellence Award winner. Dr. Philip Voglewede, associate professor of mechanical engineering, […]
Archives for April 2015
The Integrative Neuroscience Research Center in the College of Health Sciences will host “Inflated Reward Value and Cue Hypersensitivity in Animal Models of Addiction,” Saturday, May 9, at 3:30 p.m. in Schroeder Complex 256. Dr. Nigel Maidment of the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at University of California–Los Angeles will lead the seminar. A […]
Marquette students who are graduating, transferring or leaving Marquette and who have a bicycle they will no longer will be using, are encouraged to donate their bicycles to charity. The Department of Public Safety will take the unwanted bicycles and donate them to local nonprofit organizations. Anyone interested in donating a bicycle can contact the […]
The journalist who helped bring to light Japan’s “Comfort Women” controversy will be the keynote speaker at a daylong workshop on Friday, May 1, examining controversial aspects of the treatment of women in southeast Asia during World War II. The event, “Integrity of Memory: ‘Comfort Women’ In Focus,” will run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 […]
The Department of Facilities and Campus Services has scheduled maintenance work on Parking Structure 2 (Wells Street Structure) beginning Monday, May 18, through mid-June. All daytime commuter students will be reassigned to Parking Lot T at 609 N. 19th Street. All Structure 2 overnight/24-hour parkers will be temporarily reassigned to the top three levels of […]
Staff and faculty have limited time left to register for summer fitness and guided meditation classes through Employee Wellness. Both 10- and 15-week class sessions are offered for a variety of classes, including: Yoga, Pilates, Immersive Spinning, Total Body Conditioning and Zumba. Shorter class sessions are offered for Core Conditioning and Therapeutic Yoga and Meditation. […]
Students in Marquette’s Diederich College of Communication worked to plan, launch and manage nine crowdfunding projects to support the student experience, service and innovation at Marquette University. You can find out more about the campaigns and support them at the crowdfunding website.
The News Briefs e-newsletter will begin its once-a-week summer publication schedule beginning the week of May 11. Thursday, May 7, will be the last Thursday edition until fall semester. News and information will be posted to Marquette Today on a daily or need basis. The submission deadline for Monday publication remains noon on Fridays.
Marquette has been added to The Princeton Review’s annual Guide to Green Colleges. This is an elite list of 353 schools that have been selected for being environmentally aware and sustainable, specifically for students’ campus quality of life that is both healthy and sustainable, and for preparing students for employment in the clean-energy economy of […]
The 20th Annual Rec Plex Golf Scramble will be Monday, June 1, at the Wisconsin Club Country Club in Milwaukee. Proceeds from the event benefit the Breadwinner Scholarship, which aids students who have lost their “breadwinner” parent during their undergraduate years, and the Rec Sports equipment budget. Registration is available online. The cost is $130 […]