The News Briefs e-newsletter will begin its once-a-week summer publication schedule beginning Monday, May, 15. News and information will be posted to Marquette Today daily or as needed. The submission deadline for Monday publication remains noon on Fridays.
Volunteers to be hospitality ministers for the upcoming Baccalaureate Mass celebrating the graduating class of 2017 are needed on Saturday, May 20, at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. If interested contact Ann Hilbert, administrative assistant for Campus Ministry, at (414) 288-3684 as soon as possible.
The Employee Wellness Program offers a variety of monthly wellness courses for faculty and staff. Events for May include: Summer Fitness classes started on Monday, May 1. There is still time to sign-up. Register online. National Bike Challenge Town Gown Showdown. This annual challenge began on Monday, May 1, and goes until Sept. 30. Join […]
Due to the MUSG Senior and Family Block Party on Friday, May 19, the East entrance and exit to the 16th Street Parking structure will be closed beginning at 9 a.m. The entrance and exit on the West, 17th street side of the structure will remain open throughout the day. Also, please note that the […]
Mark your calendars for next year’s Homecoming which will take place October 2-8, 2017. Follow the official Twitter account, @MarqUHomecoming, to stay updated on Homecoming news – including the announcement of the concert artists! Relive Homecoming 2016. For more information about Homecoming, contact Kelsey Hau at (414) 288-4987.
Alex Mohs, College of Nursing, will deliver the senior speaker remarks at Commencement, Sunday, May 21. All students with senior standing had the chance to vote on the candidates in March, during MUSG elections.
An information meeting on the student Fulbright fellowship and its various programs will be held on Tuesday, May 9, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Lalumiere 172. The Fulbright is the largest competitive scholarship program in the United States, and regularly sends hundreds of recent graduates and graduate students overseas for individual research, or […]
Five Marquette faculty members were honored with the university’s highest teaching honor, Teaching Excellence Awards, and one faculty member received the Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award at Tuesday night’s 59th Annual Père Marquette Dinner. The event was emceed by Dr. Douglas Lobner, professor of biomedical sciences.
Faculty and staff are needed as column marshals for Commencement Sunday, May 21, at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Column marshals will guide the graduates, faculty, staff and stage party into the arena, and escort them out after the ceremony. Marshals need to arrive by 7:45 a.m. and will be needed for the duration of […]