The 2018 Nies Lecture in Intellectual Property will take place Tuesday, March 6, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Eckstein Hall. Opting for regulation when patentability is in doubt; new technologies have dramatically reduced the cost of DNA sequencing, making it feasible to use genetic testing to select the most appropriate treatment for each patient. […]
Students who will be sophomores during the 2018‒19 academic year, or juniors and seniors who wish to live in a residence hall, must submit a $300 deposit online during the week of Monday, March 19, through Friday, March 23. The room selection process will take place on Monday, March 26. Questions regarding the process should be […]
MUSG is seeking students to run for MUSG President and Executive Vice President, among other student leadership positions, for the 2018 Spring Elections. Individuals in these positions represent students, find what students desire and work to enact meaningful change on Marquette’s campus through resolutions to directly help campus or recommendations to administration. These representatives will […]
Bryan Rindfleisch, assistant professor of history, is one of 14 members of the first cohort of fellows in the newly-established Bright Institute at Knox College, a program for professors who teach early American history at liberal arts colleges. They will attend a two-week, in-residence summer seminar for three years on the Galesburg, Illinois, campus. Each […]
The Graduate School and Graduate School of Management will host information session/pizza party on Tuesday, March 6, in Holthusen Hall 116K. Sessions will take place at noon to 1 p.m. and again at 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The event will include information on many accelerated degree programs that allow students to earn a bachelor’s […]
Sandra Hunter, professor of exercise science, is seeking adult volunteers aged 60 and up in good health for a research study that investigates limb muscle fatigue. Compensation will be provided. To participate or receive more information, contact Dr. Hunter via email or by calling (414) 288-1631.
The Marquette Medical Clinic will offer an additional free yoga class to students on Thursdays, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the 707 Building, Room 130. For more information on yoga classes can be found online.
Applying for a career in an education field? Starting out in an education major or advanced degree and want to work on getting together a philosophy of teaching? The Ott Memorial Writing Center will host a workshop to help guide you through crafting your own teaching philosophy with samples, how-to tips, and ideas from someone […]
Today is Give Marquette Day, a chance for the entire Marquette community to come together and make a difference by supporting the university. Alumna Barbara Witkiewicz, Arts ’63, has generously offered to donate $100 for every student who makes a gift today. Make sure to take advantage of this opportunity by making your gift to […]
The Marquette Autism Consortium, in partnership with the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin and the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, will host a non-denominational, candlelight vigil on Thursday, March 1, in the AMU Chapel of the Holy Family at 7:30 p.m. March 1 is a nationwide Day of Mourning to honor the memory of people with […]