The Office of Residence Life is seeking volunteers to help welcome first year students to campus on Thursday, Aug. 24, and sophomores on Saturday, Aug. 26. Volunteers can work as greeters, assist with administrative tasks or volunteer to help students move into their rooms. There is no minimum or maximum time commitment. To volunteer, sign-up online. The deadline to register […]
The 2017 College of Health Sciences magazine and the all new College of Business Administration magazine are now available online.
The annual Gesu Blood Drive will be held on Monday, June 19, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. All blood donor registrants are treated to a free meal of pulled pork sandwiches (plain, barbecue or sauerkraut), potato salad and coleslaw as well as a Marcus movie ticket. Online appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome. You […]
The Summit Players, a seven-member Wisconsin based theatre company originally formed by Marquette graduates, will host a launch party to kick off their new summer season Friday, June 16, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Central Mall, located behind Raynor Memorial Libraries. Rain location will be the Helfaer Theatre. More information about the event […]
Complimentary tickets are being offered for the Historic Concordia Neighborhood Tour on Saturday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Guests can attend the pie and cake social, beer tasting, bid in the silent auction, and tour historic homes. For more information, visit their website. Kids under 12 may attend free with adult supervision. Tickets […]
The Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense would like to pass along some tips to faculty and staff, particularly to those who have children. These come from the Department of Homeland Security. The Internet is a great way for children to have fun, learn new things, and stay in touch with their friends, […]
Due to the construction of the new residence hall, 17th Street will be closed from Wells Street to the area just south of the construction site until the week of Aug. 14. Signs and barrels are set up to direct traffic heading south on 17th Street to turn at Wells Street. Additionally, individuals who park […]
The Center for Gender and Sexualities Studies announced the 2017 Women and Girls of Color grant recipients. The four projects below were selected this year across areas of health, academic achievement, and interpersonal violence. Health Mental Health and Academic Success Among Latina Emerging Adults: The Role of Culture and Gender Expectations; Dr. Lucas Torres, associate […]
IT Services will perform technology updates on Tuesday, June 13, from 9 a.m. to noon, that will briefly place Blue Light phones out of service, both on and off campus. This will also impact other emergency as well as elevator phones on campus. A small number of phones may be out of service until early evening, […]
This summer, join fellow faculty in a three-week online mini-course that explores the best practices for facilitating online or blended courses. The mini-course runs from Monday, July 17, through Sunday, Aug. 6. All course work is online and a link to the online course will be provided upon registration. Space is limited, to register go online.