Marquette’s Department of Facilities, Planning and Management, along with electrical, construction and restoration contractors, have assessed the damage to Johnston Hall after a Milwaukee County Bus struck the building in an accident on Tuesday, May 15. The building is structurally sound and remains open; however, the archway to the northwest entrance sustained significant damage and […]
Dear Marquette community, We, the members of the Marquette University Board of Trustees, want to reaffirm the board’s commitment to diversity, inclusion, and civility at Marquette. The Board of Trustees discussed the issue at our recent meeting on May 2, and we pledge our continued support to commit the resources necessary to make our great […]
Marquette University has named Dr. David Schejbal as its new chief of digital learning, Provost Dan Myers announced today. Schejbal, who is currently the dean of continuing education, outreach and e-learning for the University of Wisconsin–Extension system, will start in his new position July 1, reporting directly to the provost. Schejbal, in partnership with Dr. Shaun Longstreet in […]
The Office of Institutional Research and Analysis and the Career Services Center have released the 2016-17 Undergraduate First Destination Survey results, including an executive summary and interactive data visualization. Additional results by major for a single year of the survey are available on SharePoint (restricted to department chairs and college-level leadership). The First Destination Survey […]
The News Briefs e-newsletter will begin its once-a-week summer publication schedule beginning Monday, May, 14. News and information will be posted to Marquette Today daily or as needed. The submission deadline for Monday publication remains noon on Fridays.
Amina Gautier, a former Marquette University Mitchem Dissertation Fellow, was awarded a 2018 PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in the Short Story. Gautier was a fellow at Marquette from 2004-05. She is the first first African American woman to win this award. More information is available online.
The Law School Office of Admissions will host an on-campus information session for prospective students Friday, May 18, beginning at 11:45 a.m. This small group session provides information about the Law School, admissions, financial aid, enrollment policies and procedures, curriculum, intellectual and student life, and more. A tour of the Law School led by a current law student is scheduled […]
We asked our students to share with us what they think of when they hear “McCormick.” Watch the video below to see their responses. Video by Gabriella Griffith, senior, Diederich College of Communications.
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 […]
Volunteers are needed to be hospitality ministers for the upcoming Baccalaureate Mass celebrating the graduating class of 2018. The Mass will take place Saturday, May 19, from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the UWM Panther Arena. Last year close to 5,000 people attended. Any students, faculty, staff, family and friends are invited to experience this beautiful liturgy. For more information or to sign up contact Bernardo Avila-Borunda in Campus Ministry.