Michael McCarthy, assistant professor of social and cultural sciences, has received the Paul Sweezy Best Book Award for his book, Dismantling Solidarity: Capitalist Politics and American Pensions since the New Deal (Cornell University Press, 2017). The American Sociological Association awards the author(s) of the best book published in the past two years in the area of Marxist […]
Archives for June 2018
The Office of Residence Life is looking for volunteers to help welcome students to campus. Arrival day for freshmen is Thursday, Aug. 23, and sophomores arrive on Saturday, Aug. 25. Volunteers are needed to be greeters, assist with administrative tasks or volunteers to help students move into their rooms. Interested volunteers should sign-up online before Friday, Aug. 3, at 4:30 p.m. There […]
The Near West Side Farmers Market begins on Thursday, June 21, and runs through Thursday, September 13. The market is held at 20th Street and Kilbourn Avenue. It runs from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The Marquette Speech and Hearing Clinic is offering free adult hearing screenings on Thursday, June 7, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in Cramer Hall, Room 104A. All faculty, staff, and students are welcome. No pre-registration required, just sign in when you arrive. Contact the Marquette University Speech and Hearing Clinic at (414) 288-7426 or email@example.com […]
Dr. Kyana Young has been named the Shepherd Express hero of the week. Young is a post-doctoral scholar in the Opus College of Engineering Water Quality Center, and the manager of the Marquette University Global Water Center facility in Walker’s Point. Young’s passion is finding solutions for safe water to improve global and public health.
Recent graduates will spend an academic year teaching in classrooms abroad. This summer, two May graduates and College of Health Sciences students will begin a journey abroad as participants in the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Kathryn Higgins, Arts ’18, will head to Colombia and Aidan Flanagan, H Sci ’18, is off to Bulgaria. Both will […]
All faculty and staff are invited to a campus listening session for the search for the next vice president for human resources on Thursday, June 7, at 1:30 p.m. in Zilber Hall 025 (lower level). The goal of the listening sessions is to help the search committee identify the opportunities and challenges that will face […]
New on-campus parking permit fees for faculty and staff will go into effect July 1 for 2018-19. The fees for full-time, 10- and 12-month employees will be $69 per month. The fees for part-time, 10- and 12-month employees will be $43 per month. Evening-only parking rates will be $22 per month, and overnight rates will […]
New on-campus parking permit fees for students will go into effect July 1 for 2018-19. The fees for all 24-hour overnight passes will be $378 per semester. Fees for full-time commuter students will be $247 per semester, fees for part-time commuter students will be $82 per semester and fees for evening commuter students will be […]
MUPD was awarded the Volunteer Group of the Year during the 13th Annual Volunteer Celebration at the United Community Center. The event, held in February, honored some of the most notable volunteer efforts at UCC during the past year. MUPD was recognized for their on-going work in the Reader Leader program, where they read to […]