The Physical Therapy Council will host an all-campus blood drive on Tuesday, Sept. 26, from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in AMU 227. One in three people relies on a blood transfusion at some point in their life. Anyone 17 or older who is in general good health and meets eligibility requirements is encouraged to […]
The last day to apply to graduate or to update your fall 2017 graduation information is Monday, Oct. 2. Eligible students must access the Student Center in CheckMarq to complete the graduation application or updating process. Direct any questions you may have to your college or school.
The Center for Teaching and Learning is soliciting proposals from faculty interested in developing or teaching an online course(s). The CTL will provide instructional design and multimedia services as well as financial support ($3,000/faculty) for faculty to design a course. There is a limited capacity for faculty stipends and instructional design contract support; priority will be […]
The Faber Center will offer new opportunities this fall to all Marquette faculty and staff for spiritual growth and understanding of the wisdom of St. Ignatius. Tuesday, Sept. 19: Ignatian book discussion from noon to 1 p.m. in Schroeder Complex 111. Attend this six-week offering to learn and discuss how Chris Lowney intertwines the wisdom of Ignatian […]
Marquette students show your MUID at the NWS Farmers Market welcome tent and be entered in a drawing for a Sobelman’s Gift Card. Marquette faculty and staff are encouraged to show their MUID at the NWS Farmers Market welcome tent to receive a $3 off voucher that can be used at any vendor. Limit one […]
The Marquette community is invited to attend the university’s third annual digital scholarship symposium, Thursday, Sept. 28, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This year’s event, “Digital Scholarship and Community Engagement,” will begin with a workshop with Dr. Sheila Brennan, director of strategic initiatives, and Dr. Sharon Leon, director of public projects, at George Mason University’s […]
Supply chain management and commercial real estate industries are inextricably linked. So it’s no wonder the directors of Marquette Business’ respective centers are good friends, often having long conversations about how their worlds converge. What follows are choice excerpts from one of their chats — Drs. Doug Fisher and Mark Eppli on retail’s Amazon effect, parking structures and driverless vehicles.
More students today are choosing options that allow them to earn MBAs and other advanced degrees faster and to build expertise jointly in business, STEM, law or other fields. What’s behind this trend?
Participating in paid internships for sports teams and coffee roasters, students learn sales on the fly with guidance from one gregarious professor.
Several digital training workshops will be offered Monday, Aug. 14, through Tuesday, Aug. 15. These workshops offer practical, hands-on instruction to elevate digital communication skills. Workshop topics include: Photoshop 101 Design and infographics for non-designers Snapchat 101 Video for Social Media Mobile photography Social Media Analytics Sign-up for one or multiple two-hour sessions at $99 […]