Marquette’s Center for Peacemaking has moved to 1616 West Wells Street in Campus Town West. The space was formerly occupied by the Office of Public Affairs and the Les Aspin Center for Government.
In case you missed it … a look back at the week that was on campus, and a peek at the week ahead. Commencement is on Sunday. Congratulations! Here’s a look at what it’s like to have just finished college from one of our seniors. Have you seen design concepts for the new athletic performance […]
Several university leadership groups have published a letter on diversity, inclusion and equity. The letter discusses the extensive efforts that have been made to make our Marquette community more inclusive, while embracing the diverse backgrounds that make up our Marquette family. Over the past academic year, the university launched a campus climate study in which […]
BookMarq will be offering faculty and staff 25 percent off select merchandise on Monday, May 11, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
The Gilman Building laundry equipment is now a part of the laundry alert system and can be accessed online. The Marquette Wash Alert System lets students see the status of washers and dryers in the laundry rooms in all university-owned housing.
During this year of construction, Amtrak wants its passengers to stay in the know with the following details: Schedules and boarding times: Last call for boarding trains and buses may be adjusted throughout the year to up to five minutes before scheduled departure. Check with personnel or visit com. Boarding and arrivals: Walkways to board […]
The university’s course management system, Desire2Learn, will be upgraded over Commencement weekend and will be unavailable from 4:30 p.m. on Friday, May 15, through noon Saturday, May 16. A slate of D2L training events will begin in late August. Go online for the schedule and to register.
Coffee with a Cop will be held May 5, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. in AMU Brew Bayou. Students are invited to come and learn more about MUPD. Free coffee will be served.
The Department of Biological Sciences in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences will host “Skeletal Muscle Fatigue: Acidosis Friend or Foe?” Friday, May 8, at 3 p.m. in Wehr Life Sciences 111. Dr. Robert Fitts, professor of biological sciences, will lead the seminar.
In case you missed it … a look back at the week that was on campus, and a peek at the week ahead. Take a moment to reflect on all you’ve accomplished this semester as we begin finals week. You’re almost there. — Michael Lovell (@PresLovell) May 4, 2015 Dr. Brian Till was named the […]