Due to the efforts of the Core Curriculum Implementation Committee and the Core Curriculum Logistics Committee, the Marquette Core Curriculum is ready to launch for students entering Marquette in the fall of 2018. The CCIC received over 200 course proposals from across campus for the Foundation-level Engaging Social Systems and Values requirement, the Methods of […]
University staff, faculty and student employees may have received an email from Workplace Answers eLearning with the subject line “Marquette Required Training Reminder for [employee’s name].” This email was sent from the vendor in error and should be deleted. A future communication from Christine Harris Taylor, Title IX coordinator, will announce upcoming trainings. Pursuant to the Office […]
The Marquette University Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense is encouraging the Marquette community to be aware of the concerns and trends of online behaviors to insure students emerge as capable online citizens. The National Cyber Security Alliance has released findings of the second annual Keeping Up with Generation App: NSCA Parent / Teen Online […]
Dear members of the Marquette community, Recently, Marquette University released its 2017 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. This report includes crime statistics which are reported in compliance with requirements established by the federal government. I’m writing to you today to provide some context for those numbers. In May 2015, Marquette’s Department of Public Safety […]
At Marquette, we stand with our undocumented students. We welcome all, not just some, to our university. We offer our heartfelt support for so many students and their families throughout this time of uncertainty. We urge the President to preserve Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and call upon Congress to adopt a permanent solution that […]
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.
Marquette University Catholic Relief Services Global Campus Partnership will award up to four teaching module grants each in the amount of $250 for the development of one class period teaching module that enhances students’ understanding of the role of education, humanitarian activities, and research to address challenges facing the world’s most vulnerable populations, increases students’ […]
On May 4, 2017, a Milwaukee County judge issued a 33-page decision dismissing all claims against Marquette University. In May 2016, associate professor John McAdams filed a lawsuit challenging the decisions of Marquette’s Faculty Hearing Committee and President Michael R. Lovell that Dr. McAdams deserved discipline for his conduct. Consistent with previous communications and in […]
The Department of Physical Therapy is seeking newborns to 18 months to participate in the annual baby lab on Monday, April 10, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., or 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Schroeder Complex 388. The baby lab allows physical therapy students to learn about infant and child development as part of […]
C.J. Hribal, professor of English, won the Goldenberg Prize for Fiction for his story “Do I Look Sick to You? (Notes on How to Make Love to a Cancer Patient).” It was chosen by Ha Jin, contemporary Chinese-American poet and novelist, and will be published by the Bellevue Literary Review.