Earlier this month, the College of Health Sciences opened Marquette University’s first-ever Neuro Recovery Clinic. Thanks to an anonymous donor, the innovative specialty clinic will help people with debilitating neurological challenges such as brain and spinal cord injury. “A clinic like this one brings not only mobility and independence, but hope,” Dr. William E. Cullinan, […]
Father Nicky Santos will join Creighton University this summer to begin his role as rector of Creighton’s Jesuit community. An associate professor of marketing, he will also spend time in the classroom as the newest faculty addition to the Department of Marketing and Management. To celebrate Santos’ many contributions to the Marquette community, the 707 Hub […]
New this year, the Provost Office Fellows program will provide support for up to three fellows to work on an important university initiative. Through the fellowship, the Office of the Provost will provide funding for a related workshop/conference (up to $2500) as well as a $2500 stipend for the year. Provost Office Fellows will roughly […]
More than 2,000 new students and their families will be on campus attending SPARK 2019 (Summer Priority Advising and Registration Kickoff). SPARK is a required summer program that includes course registration, campus tours, informational and social programming. The campus community is encouraged to welcome the class of 2023 by wearing blue and gold spirit wear throughout […]
Facilities Planning and Management has scheduled an excavation project for chilled water work. The project will begin on Wednesday, May 22, and is expected to be completed by fall 2019. During this time, fences will be installed surrounding Central Mall.
All faculty and staff are invited to attend the annual golf outing, which will take place on Thursday, June 6, at Brookfield Hills Golf Course. The cost is $33, which includes food and door prizes. The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, May 29. For entry forms and more information, contact Anne Pufahl.
HPGM, the Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee, is now accepting applications for its 2019 Scholarship Program. HPGM offers a variety of scholarships for Hispanic undergraduate and graduate students. All scholarships are tiered to improve retention and graduation rates. By offering these scholarships, HPGM seeks to help eliminate barriers to graduation and open doors to career […]
The Center for Teaching and Learning will offer a summer session of “Facilitating an Online Course.” The session takes place over a seven-week period (June 10 through July 28). The average time commitment is six to eight hours per week. This training is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to explore best practices and […]
The Rec Plex will offer a “Learn to Swim” program sponsored by the American Red Cross. The program is segmented into six levels, in addition to the Tiny Tots/Wee Folks program and adult lessons. For basic group lessons, the cost is $45 for members and $51 for non-members. Participants should register at the Rex Plex’s […]
The Purchasing Department and IT Services have been working to secure new multi-functional devices (MFDs) for departments on campus. MFDs include office machines such as printers serve multiple purposes (printing, scanning, copying, etc.) Upgrades will begin in early June with the departmental upgrades, followed by a PrintWise upgrade in mid-July. A detailed implementation schedule will be sent to the individuals in each department who manage MFD/printers. Gordon […]