Results from the Fall 2020 Academic Experience Survey are now available online. The Fall 2020 Academic Experience Surveys were administered at several points throughout the fall semester. The surveys collected information that enabled mid-semester modifications of support and resources, identified areas for more effective university communication, and created awareness of student and instructor challenges and […]
Archives for January 2021
Nominations are now being accepted for the senior speaker for spring 2021 Commencement. If you know someone who represents the Marquette mission and the Class of 2021, nominate them for this role. Nominated students must be graduating in May 2021. Nominations can be completed online and will be accepted until Thursday, Feb. 18, until 11 p.m. Finalists will be selected during the MUSG and […]
The Haggerty Museum of Art and the Faber Center will host “Our Roots Say that We’re Sisters: An Image of Hope,” on Friday, Feb. 12, at 10 a.m. This virtual conversation with Mauricio Ramirez, local mural artist, will reflect on the hope that art inspires, specifically with Ramirez’ mural “Our Roots Say that We’re Sisters,” located on the south exterior wall […]
The Office of International Education and The Center for Urban Research, Teaching and Outreach will host the next “Soup with Substance” on Wednesday, Feb. 3, at noon via Microsoft Teams. The event will focus on the topic of South Africa. Register online. A link to the event will be sent to your email. With questions, contact Amanda Harris, Soup with Substance assistant.
In an effort to promote research and scholarship conducted by Marquette faculty and staff, the Office of Marketing and Communication and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs have partnered to present a monthly recap of recent grants awarded to faculty and staff. The report will be featured in Marquette Today each month. The following grants were […]
Marquette ADVANCE will host a virtual discussion titled “What would an ideal family-friendly higher-ed institution look like?” on Friday, Feb. 12, from noon to 1 p.m. Register via Eventbrite. Marquette ADVANCE, or the “Marquette University Advocates and Allies (A&A) Men Faculty Gender Equity Initiative” seeks to intentionally involve male faculty in institutional change to transform departmental cultures and practices […]
The Marquette Forum and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion will offer another series of the “Unlearning Racism” program this spring. Over the course of six two-hour sessions, Marquette faculty and staff are invited to engage in exercises, listening pairs and discussions focused on the topic of racism. Led by Dr. Martha Barry, racial justice director of the YWCA of […]
The 707 Hub will host a virtual “Meet-n-Eat” discussion with Dr. Shital Vora, Marquette alumna and co-founder/CEO of Global Brigades. The event will take place on Monday, Feb. 8, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Dr. Vora will discuss how she used her entrepreneurial spirit to evolve her passion project into one of the most […]
Marquette’s annual Mission Week will take place Sunday, Feb. 7, through Sunday, Feb. 14. This year’s theme is “Open to Hope.” The campus community is invited to attend various events, pray and reflect on the idea of hope. When St. Ignatius was called to serve God, he found a deep sense of meaning, fulfillment and […]
What Marquette Theatre has learned after pivoting to virtual productions amid the pandemic.