The Residence Hall Association, will host “Igniting Hope,” a series of events to celebrate the holiday season, on Monday, Dec. 2. The main event will be the Christmas tree-lighting ceremony at 4:45 p.m. in Westowne Square. A reception including hot chocolate, snacks, a photo booth and carols sung by The Gold ‘N Blues and The […]
Archives for November 2019
Campus Ministry will host a Mass to celebrate Native American History month this Sunday, Nov. 24, at 9 p.m. in the AMU’s Chapel of the Holy Family. All are welcome. More information online.
Two Marquette professors and several community partners received awards during the 2019 Community Engagement Symposium, which was held last Tuesday, Nov. 12. Josh Knox, clinical associate professor of physician assistant studies in the College of Health Sciences, was honored with the Community Engaged Teaching Award, which recognizes the critical value of working alongside community partners […]
In the coming months, the Office of Marketing and Communication (OMC) will be conducting a Marquette Today readership survey and focus groups with students, faculty and staff in order to better understand how the campus community receives university communications and uses Marquette Today. Feedback from the focus groups and survey will help guide OMC’s strategy […]
The Humanities Research Colloquium, sponsored by the Center for the Advancement of the Humanities, will host Dr. Conor Kelly, assistant professor of theology, on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 4 p.m. in Marquette Hall, Room 105. He will present “The Fullness of Free Time: Leisure and Recreation in the Moral Life.” Light snacks and drinks will be […]
The Book Marq is excited to introduce the new Barnes and Noble College Adoption and Insights Portal, a new source for researching and adopting course materials for faculty and academic administrators. Going forward, this will be the tool used for all course material adoptions submitted to the Book Marq. Timely material adoption directly affects student […]
The Marquette University community mourns the loss of one of its most illustrious alumni and significant benefactors, David A. Straz, Jr., who passed away peacefully. A Milwaukee native, Straz received his business degree from Marquette in 1965. In recognition of his generosity and leadership, in 1984 Marquette dedicated David A. Straz, Jr., Hall as the […]
The Westown Association awarded Marquette University the Community Partner Award for “being an active and involved Westown member since its inception,” last week at the 2019 Annual Meeting, sponsored by Visit Milwaukee. The Westown Association is a business improvement district focused on championing the economic and social development of the Westown Neighborhood. The 2019 Annual Meeting honored several Milwaukee organizations and people. The DoubleTree by […]
Contractors will be onsite in various locations across campus from now until Friday, Dec. 20. They will be finishing up work on the Chilled Water Project that began this past summer. This is in addition to the current ongoing work at the Marquette Hall Courtyard and the area by the Wehr Physics and Wehr Life […]
The Women’s Innovation Network and the Kohler Center of Entrepreneurship will host a free luncheon to celebrate Global Women’s Entrepreneurship Day on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 11:30 a.m. in the AMU, Monaghan Ballroom. Margaret Ebeling, owner of Nordic Distillers and Wisconsin-entrepreneur, will keynote. Space is limited. Registration is required.