Marquette community invited to participate in MCW’s ‘Professionalism Week,’ Oct. 19-23; free virtual events to focus on diversity and inclusion

Each year, the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) hosts “Professionalism Week,” a week filled with professional development and educational presentations, workshops and networking opportunities.

The weeklong series will be held virtually this year the week of Oct. 19-23. In collaboration with President Michael R. Lovell, MCW has invited the Marquette community to participate.

The theme for the week is “Looking Inward, Outward and Forward,” with topics focusing on diversity and inclusion, effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our work lives, and other timely and relevant topics.

Learn more about the various virtual events and register here. All events are free to attend.

As Marquette and MCW’s values are closely aligned, both institutions seeks to identify more opportunities to collaborate and share ideas in the future.

With questions, contact Gary Meyer, senior vice provost for faculty affairs, or Andrea Schneider, professor of law and director of the Institute for Women’s Leadership.