The new creative space, the 707 Hub, opened in March and is designed to foster collaboration and innovation. Because anyone can be innovative, the 707 Hub is open to all students, and we encourage a cross-disciplinary approach to solving problems. Because great ideas need to be heard, the 707 Hub offers unique spaces for meetings, […]
Marquette University is required by federal law to notify all students of their Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) rights at the beginning of each term. Go online to review the annual FERPA notification. For more information, contact Marquette Central at (414) 288-4000.
Kathleen Hawkins, administrative assistant in the Department of Social and Cultural Sciences, and chair of MU Volunteers, and her husband, Robert, are the grand marshals of Milwaukee’s annual Memorial Day Parade at 2 p.m. on Monday, May 29. The couple met at the USO, which is the theme of the parade, in 1971. Robert was […]
Marquette’s Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense has responded to an international alert regarding ransomware. An international alert and continuing news has revealed that ransomware was being spread to at least 150 countries. This attack combined a worm, a malware that looks for ways to spread, with a “payload” ransomware, asking for a […]
Three Marquette University faculty members have earned Fulbright Awards. The 2017 recipients are Drs. Marie Bement, associate professor of physical therapy in the College of Health Sciences; Karene Boos, an adjunct faculty in the physical therapy department; and Daniel Meissner, associate professor of history in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Bement will travel […]
Librarians Elizabeth Gibes and Heather James will be hosting a workshop called, “Images, Publishing, and Copyright – Do it right!” on Wednesday, June 7, at noon in the Raynor Library Digital Scholarship Lab. The workshop is intended for doctoral students and faculty dissertation advisers. The 50-minute discussion will focus on how to work with images […]
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. The cost is $10 per swimmer, per half-hour for semi-private lessons and $13 per swimmer, per half-hour for private lessons. For basic group lessons, the […]
Dr. Edward Blumenthal, chair and associate professor of biological sciences, will present “Identifying Pathways Responsible for Epithelial Barrier Formation in Drosophila,” on Friday, May 19, at 3 p.m. The presentation is part of the Scholl Seminar Series, which is put on throughout the semester by the Department of Biological Sciences. The seminars are held on […]
Dr. Gee Ekachai, chair and associate professor of strategic communication, and Dr. Young Kim, assistant professor of strategic communication, are looking for communication students enrolled in summer classes to participate in a focus group. The study would consist of sharing opinions on a course syllabus design and class engagement in general. The discussion should not […]
Volunteer singers and instrumentalists are needed for the upcoming Baccalaureate Mass on Saturday, May 20, at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. Those interested, contact Tom Koester, director of music in Campus Ministry, at (414) 288-3695 as soon as possible.