Psi Chi, the psychology honors society, will host a suicide prevention training Sunday, Dec. 6, at 11 a.m. in AMU 157. The training will be delivered by Question Persuade and Refer. Interested students should RSVP to Psi Chi by Thursday. Dec. 3.
Archives for November 2015
Leaders of Nations begin meeting today in Paris to negotiate a standard for limiting greenhouse gas emissions that are forcing changes on the global climate. They will also discuss the Green Climate Fund that will facilitate developing nations’ investments in renewable and energy efficient technologies. In “Laudato Si’, On Care for our Common Home,” Pope […]
Marquette University is committed to providing an excellent educational, working and living environment free from sexual harassment, discrimination and sexual misconduct for all students, faculty staff and guests. As outlined in the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter, it is a federal requirement to train the entire campus community about sexual harassment, discrimination and sexual misconduct, how […]
Rev. Jim Flaherty, S.J., and Rev. Chris Krall, S.J., will host an Advent morning reflection Saturday, Dec. 5, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Church of the Gesu. During the reflection, time will be given for private prayer as well as group dialogue. Lunch will be provided; free-will offerings will be gratefully appreciated. For […]
Fall 2015 course evaluations are now available. The online course evaluation system, MOCES, is also available as a mobile-friendly page for students who wish to complete evaluations on their mobile devices. Course evaluations are used by Marquette to review classes and instructors, with the primary goal of improving the quality of both. Responses are private […]
Fall 2015 course evaluations are now available for students to complete online through Sunday, Dec. 13. The Marquette Online Course Evaluations System will be used to administer the evaluations. The Office of the Provost strongly encourages all instructors to provide students the opportunity to complete course evaluations in class using mobile technology. Instructors should plan […]
An anonymous trustee emerita is offering to match all donations, dollar for dollar, up to $25,000 on Tuesday, Dec. 1, when Marquette participates in Giving Tuesday. The annual event is an opportunity for people around the world to give back to their community and celebrate generosity. The Marquette community will participate by making gifts in […]
The Center for Teaching and Learning will host a seminar on making D2L content accessible and ADA compliantWednesday, Dec. 2, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Raynor Memorial Libraries 330B. María Parés-Toral, instructional technologist, and Jack Bartelt, assistant director of disability services, will present on the principles of Universal Design for Learning, and participants will […]
The Behavior Clinic, a partnership between Marquette and Penfield Children’s Center, received SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices endorsement for its Early Pathways Program. “This is a tremendous endorsement for the Behavior Clinic and the Early Pathways program,” said Robert Fox, professor of counseling psychology and founder of the Behavior Clinic at Penfield […]
Dr. Stephan Lammel from the University of California–Berkeley, will present “Optogenetic dissection of neural circuits underlying reward and aversion,” Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 3:30 p.m. in Schroeder Complex 256. The presentation is part of the Integrative Neuroscience Research Center’s fall seminar series. A full list of seminar topics and speakers can be found online.