Nicholas A. Elder, a doctoral student in theology, was one of two winners of the graduate student paper competition at a conference in February at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana. Elder was presented the award at the Midwest Region Society of Biblical Literature/American Oriental Society/American Schools of Oriental Research meeting. His paper was titled, […]
Marquette University’s Office of International Education has released a new video titled “You are welcome here,” highlighting that Marquette is currently home to more than 700 international students from around the world. “This video and message is particularly timely, given the continued changes in our immigration policies as well as the latest executive order,” said […]
The Association of International Education Administrators has awarded Terry Miller, director of Marquette’s Office of International, as recipient of the 2017 Timothy J. Rutenber Award. Miller has been the ex officio legal advisor on the AIEA board since 2013, but his commitment to AIEA dates back to 1998 when he first joined the association. Through […]
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School will host Rev. Thomas Krettek, S.J., vice president for Mission and Ministry, on Sunday, March 5. Fr. Krettek will be the featured speaker at the event which begins with registration at 9 a.m. followed by Mass at 11 a.m. Registration is available online.
In the latest episode of “Illuminating Intellect,” Dr. Jennifer Evans, assistant professor of biomedical sciences in the College of Health Sciences, talks with Provost Dan Myers about soccer, circadian rhythms and seasonal affective disorder.
Dr. Kristina Ropella, Opus dean of Engineering, has received a pair of honors. Ropella has been awarded the 2016 Outstanding Dean Award from The Kern Family Foundation, and has been named 2016 Engineer of the Year by STEM Forward. The Foundation award was presented at the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN) National Conference in Jacksonville, […]
What’s at the heart of a diverse suburb’s identity — and how is it best marketed to the world? A group of Marquette business students lead the effort to provide answers.
Two additional floors will add 140 beds to facility’s west tower Marquette University’s new residence hall project will be expanded to accommodate 140 additional beds, President Michael R. Lovell announced today. A two-story addition to the facility’s west tower, which was approved by the Board of Trustees at its February meeting, will bring the total […]
Marquette University’s Board of Trustees elected three new members at its Feb. 22 meeting. The new trustees are Vincent Lyles, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee; Christopher Swift, chairman and CEO of The Hartford; and Joseph Walicki, vice president and president of Johnson Controls Power Solutions. Marquette trustees serve for […]
Marquette University’s Academic Senate and University Staff Senate unanimously approved the MUSG and Student Health Advisory Board Tobacco Free Campus Policy. After five years of work led by students across campus, university approval for the policy is complete. Beginning immediately, MUSG will work with university offices including Facilities, Planning, and Management, and the Office of Marketing and […]