As we continue to celebrate the 100 year of play for Marquette basketball, Marquette Today and the Marquette University men’s basketball program have launched a video series sharing favorite memories from staff and faculty. Many of the videos will play during home games on the jumbotron, and we will also feature them in social media. […]
Archives for January 2017
Pope Francis has appointed Milwaukee native and Marquette alumnus Father Jeffrey R. Haines, along with Burlington native Father James T. Schuerman, as auxiliary bishops for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. The appointments were announced in Rome on Wednesday, Jan. 25. Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki will ordain both priest bishops at the Cathedral of St. John […]
The Center for Peacemaking is encouraging undergraduate students to apply for summer peacemaking fellowships. Student fellows can receive up to $2,000 in funding to implement their summer peacemaking project. Projects can take place internationally or domestically and should fit one of the following designs: self-designed project, internship with a peacemaking organization, research project, or participating […]
The new Title IX website and Reach Out – Marquette app were launched Monday, Jan. 23. These two new resources are available to all Marquette students, faculty and staff. All first year students will complete the mandatory Bystander Intervention training over the next several weeks and will be encouraged to download the app.
Marquette University was ranked 21st on SaveOnEnergy’s 2017 list of top green universities in the U.S. To learn more about Marquette University’s green efforts and sustainability, visit the Marquette sustainability webpage or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raynor Memorial Libraries will offer workshops on citation management tools RefWorks and EndNote throughout the spring semester. These tools help keep track of the sources used in research and make it simpler to create footnotes and bibliographies: Collect, organize and annotate citations Import citations directly from article databases and other sources Automatically include citations in […]
For the past 48 years, the Division of Student Affairs has presented leadership awards to recognize student contributions to the mission and activities of the various areas within student affairs. Student Leadership Awards is the annual recognition program that provides an opportunity to honor these students. The 2017 awards will recognize students for contributions to […]
The Marquette community is invited to Soup with Substance on Wednesday, Feb. 1, from noon to 1 p.m. in AMU Room 157. Rev. Jim Martin, S.J., will join the event via Skype. He will speak on the Catholic Church and the LGBT community coming together to form a relationship of mutual respect, compassion and sensitivity. The […]
The Division of Student Affairs has made organizational changes to make use of important student-driven themes. The reorganization is tied directly to implementing initiatives from Marquette’s strategic plan, mission and Jesuit values. Initiative themes include fostering mission integration, enhancing student well-being, nurturing a strong and healthy student residential experience, appreciating community diversity, and fostering inclusion. The […]
Peer Wellness Coaching is a new initiative sponsored by the Marquette Medical Clinic that offers students a chance to work one-on-one with trained peer wellness coaches to work toward improving their overall health and wellness. Participants will set goals related to their health and wellness, and the coaches will serve as guides and a source […]