Marquette will launch a new course scheduler tool for students to use to plan out their schedules. The program is linked with CheckMarq. Students can use the tool to generate various scenarios of when they will be in class, at work and allow for free time. More information on the tool is available online.
For the fifth consecutive year, all of Marquette’s Department of Psychology candidates for predoctoral internships matched with internship positions. Over the past five years, all 32 Marquette students who sought internships were matched. Nationally, the average is about 80 percent. The Clinical Internship is the final step in the training of students seeking a Ph.D. […]
Each year Marquette celebrates its values and commitment to excellence by awarding honorary degrees, and including in its graduating class a number of outstanding individuals recognized for their exceptional achievements. President Michael R. Lovell invites the Marquette community to help identify future honorary degree recipients. The Committee on University Honors considers nominees in three categories: High profile individuals […]
Timothy McMahon, associate professor of history, will be installed as president of the American Conference for Irish Studies at the group’s annual meeting in Kansas City, Missouri, on March 29-April 2. ACIS is the largest academic organization dedicated to Irish studies in North America. “Ireland offers a distinctive lens through which we can study many […]
A formal pathway to the Native American community outside of Marquette University will be bridged by a newly formed Council on Native American Affairs. Members are Native American alumni and community members from diverse professional backgrounds, but who have in common a deep and personal understanding of challenges facing Native American students in higher education environments. The […]
In Honor of Arthur J. Schmitt, Marquette’s Schmitt Fellows invite undergraduate and graduate students to “Cultivating Leadership Skills for a Successful and Meaningful Career: Why are Leadership Skills Important for Your Career?” on Thursday, April 6, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in AMU 163. Participants will have the opportunity to meet with Schmitt Fellows […]
A daylong conference on the cult classic television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer will feature speakers from the United States and Canada on April 1. The event is being organized by James South, an associate professor of philosophy, and Gerry Canavan, an assistant professor of English. South has written extensively about the TV series and […]
The Faculty Council invites faculty members to attend the Annual Faculty Forum with President Michael R. Lovell on Wednesday, April 12, from 3 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. in AMU 227. President Lovell will respond to questions solicited in advance, as well as address questions from the audience.
The LGBT + Alumni Council will host “Out in Research: An evening of scholarship and networking,” on Tuesday, March 21, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in AMU Henke Lounge. Dr. Nicholas Heck, assistant professor of psychology, will speak about his latest research on LGBTQ health issues. Recent updates from Marquette’s LGBTQ+ Resource Center and the […]
The Theology Department will host the next Soup with Substance on Wednesday, March 8, from noon to 1 p.m. in AMU Ballroom D. International Women’s Day honors the achievements of women, and, while recognizing movement toward a more just society, also serves as a call to action. Recent events like the Women’s March on Washington […]