The Office of Economic Engagement is partnering with the Center for Technology Commercialization and Milwaukee-area universities to present a three-part webinar series titled “From Lab to Market: The Path to Commercialization for Milwaukee Innovators.” Sessions will provide an overview of how to turn an abstract idea into a tangible product or service that can impact […]
Archives for December 2020
The Department of Physical Therapy is seeking volunteers to participate in an exercise study. Volunteers must be healthy, pain-free and between the ages of 30 and 50 years old. Volunteers will be compensated for their time. If interested, contact the Hunter Lab via email or call (414) 288-1631.
Beyond MU: Lifelong Learning will host a webinar titled “Christmas-Themed Art from the Haggerty Museum of Art Collection,” on Tuesday, Dec. 15, from noon to 1 p.m. Register via Zoom. The session will be presented by: Christine Fleming, manager of community engagement at the Haggerty Museum of Art Susan Longhenry, director and chief curator at the Haggerty Museum of Art Lynne Shumow, curator for academic engagement at the Haggerty Museum […]
The Center for the Advancement of the Humanities and the Humanities Without Walls (HWW) consortium will host an information session on Monday, Dec. 7, at 4 p.m. The conversation and information session will discuss a new grant for Marquette faculty, graduate students and community partners. This session will introduce the HWW “Grand Research Challenge” grants, which will provide up to $150,000 for humanities based, […]
The Marquette Mural Committee is seeking nominations of BIPOC women from the Marquette community who would be interested in participating in a new podcast series related to the new campus mural, “Our Roots Say That We’re Sisters.” The podcasts extend the mural’s work to highlight and uplift diverse female-identifying individuals whose images and contributions […]
Many students have already headed home for winter break. However, for those who may still be on campus, the Marquette Medical Clinic will continue to provide free COVID-19 tests for symptomatic students and their close contacts. Students who are asymptomatic and want to get tested can get a free test at the Miller Park COVID […]
Sharing advice from colleagues for online settings and beyond, Marquette’s Our Favorite Things video series is a joyous exploration of teaching and learning.
In an effort to provide more regular opportunities to engage with university leaders about current topics and issues facing the Marquette community, President Michael R. Lovell, Provost Kimo Ah Yun and Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Joel Pogodzinski invite faculty, staff and students to join them for virtual small-group conversations. These weekly gatherings […]
As many students and faculty depart campus during winter break (Dec. 10 – Jan. 22), COVID Cheq will automatically opt out certain groups of people from the daily reminders based on your primary role at Marquette – either student, faculty or staff. Please note you are still expected to complete COVID Cheq daily until the […]