For nine years, the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, housed in the Diederich College of Communication, has intentionally told the stories of people who do extraordinary things in the city’s diverse communities. Although the site is free, the staff’s labor is not. Those who are able to support NNS’ annual fundraising campaign can do so via […]
Archives for November 2020
The next “Java with Joel” coffee chat series with Joel Pogodzinski, senior vice president and chief operating officer, will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 9, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Open to all faculty and staff, the virtual Teams gatherings will have no set agenda and will provide an opportunity to have collegial conversations about campus […]
The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service placed first in the “Best Solutions Project of the Year” category of the 2020 LION Awards, a national journalism contest. Sponsored by the Local Independent Online News (LION) publishers group, the awards were judged by 30 judges from across the industry who evaluated 169 entries from LION members. The award recognizes […]
When a Marquette alumnus taking perhaps his last breaths met a Marquette nurse who knew exactly what kind of care he needed, their prayers showed how much they did to save each other.
This afternoon nearly 700 students, faculty and staff gathered virtually for a Campus Town Hall. Moderated by Dr. Xavier Cole, vice president for student affairs, the event provided an update on university finances, academic planning, COVID-19 on campus and plans for the spring semester. The event was recorded; the video is available on the new […]
The University Academic Senate (UAS) Executive Committee and Faculty Council invite the campus community to participate in two upcoming academic workgroup events: 1) Teaching workgroup listening session: Friday, Nov. 20, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. To register for the listening session: Students: Email Sumana Chattopadhyay, UAS chair, to request the Teams meeting link(s). Faculty and […]
Among top grossing films, only 15% are directed by women. As the first-ever all women traveling film festival, LUNAFEST hopes to raise that statistic.
Marquette will host two virtual screenings for “LUNAFEST,” a traveling film festival comprised of films made by women, for women. Hosted by the Women’s Innovation Network (WIN), this unique film festival includes seven short films by women filmmakers. Films range from animation to fictional drama, and cover topics such as women’s health, body image, relationships, […]
Marquette continues to serve students within the City of Milwaukee with a new bridge program, “The Golden Eagle Advantage.” This opportunity allows graduates from St. Augustine Preparatory Academy to begin their higher education experience at MATC with support and a clear plan to transfer to Marquette. While attending MATC, students participating in the program […]
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is now accepting applications for its tour guide program. Tour guides must be enthusiastic students who can share their Marquette experience with prospective students and families. View the application for more information about the position and required video introductions. The interview process will be entirely virtual in January. Applications are due by Tuesday, Dec. 22, at 8 a.m. With questions, contact Kate Bracciano, director […]