• Using mindfulness to cope

    Dr. Karisse Callender, assistant professor in the College of Education’s Counselor Education Counseling Psychology Department, discusses self-compassion techniques that can help during the stress of a pandemic.

  • Redoing the loo

    A competition to redesign the restrooms in Marquette’s popular 707 Hub brings out the best in students.

  • Gut-check time

    A prominent sports journalist turned Catholic educator returns to tell of his Chicago school’s toughest season yet.

  • May 19 Virtual COVID-19 Town Hall follow up; watch the video online

    On Tuesday afternoon, nearly 1,000 faculty, staff and students gathered virtually for another COVID-19 Town Hall, which focused on Marquette’s recovery planning process for a phased return to campus and facilities considerations related to de-densifying, physical distancing and sanitization. Dr. Xavier Cole, vice president for student affairs, moderated the town hall. President Michael R. Lovell…

  • New Marquette backgrounds now available in Microsoft Teams

    The Office of Marketing and Communication, in collaboration with Information Technology Services, created new Marquette themed virtual backgrounds, which are now available for use in Microsoft Teams. Access the backgrounds before or during a meeting by following these instructions.

  • Ideation Review Council seeking ideas from campus community in response to COVID-19

    The Ideation Review Council (IRC) has continued its work this semester in reviewing and analyzing the more than 1600 inputs submitted from the campus community since the “Think Different, Act Different” event held last fall. Recognizing that COVID-19 has profoundly shaped Marquette’s short-term/long-term needs and opportunities, the IRC encourages further reflection and ideation from the…

  • Two professors receive prestigious Fulbright Scholar awards

    Dr. Lisa Edwards, professor and director of counselor education in the College of Education, and Dr. Sarah Gendron, associate professor of francophone studies and peace/conflict studies in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, received prestigious Fulbright Scholar awards. Dr. Edwards received a research/teaching award, allowing her to conduct research and teach a graduate course…

  • Vice President and Chief of Digital Learning David Schejbal to leave Marquette to become president of Excelsior College

    Dr. David Schejbal, vice president and chief of digital learning, will leave Marquette University to become president of Excelsior College in Albany, New York, Provost Kimo Ah Yun announced today. Schejbal will continue his role through end of June; he will begin at Excelsior on Aug. 1, 2020. Dr. Doug Woods, vice provost for graduate…

  • Getting to know Rev. Jim Voiss, S.J., vice president for mission and ministry

    Father Voiss joined Marquette in January 2020 after serving as rector of the Jesuit community for Gonzaga University in Spokane from 2014-19. A 30 year higher education veteran, Father Voiss is an Oregon native and the author of Rethinking Christian Forgiveness: Theological, Philosophical, and Psychological Explorations. In this Q&A, Father Voiss discusses his love of…

  • ORL launches ‘Some Good News: Marquette style’ video series

    The Office of Residence Life has launched a new video series titled “Some Good News: Marquette style,” which is a take on actor John Krasinski’s YouTube series. The goal of the videos is to bring joy to viewers and highlight positive news.   Episode 1 is available now.