• Proposals for Peace Studies Course Development Grant due June 1

    The Center for Peacemaking will award one grant to a full-time faculty member to develop a new course or significantly revise an existing course that explores and integrates issues of peacemaking and nonviolence. Proposals addressing human rights, community organizing, and other methods of promoting social and political justice are especially welcome. To apply, complete the online form…

  • New ‘Our Roots’ podcast episode out now featuring student Cori Thompson

    Marquette has embarked upon a series of exciting projects designed to give visibility and voice to women of color.   Through the “Our Roots Say That We’re Sisters” mural project and podcast series, BIPOC women at Marquette now have space to be seen and heard.  Read the feature story: Marq Her Words: Unsung Sheroes Based on…

  • Student Affairs announces recipients of student leadership awards

    Student Affairs is proud to announce the recipients of the Contemplatives in Action Student Leadership Awards for academic year 2020-21. This year marks 52 years that Student Affairs has recognized student leadership through an awards program. Student Affairs recognizes leadership aligned with the Leadership Development Model in the spirit of being a contemplative in action…

  • Volunteers needed for Baccalaureate Mass, May 22

    Campus Ministry is seeking student volunteers for this year’s Baccalaureate Mass, which honors graduating students, on Saturday, May 22, at 4 p.m.   Volunteers are needed to serve as ushers. All students are welcome to participate in this Mass, not just those graduating. To volunteer, register online. With questions, contact Megan Sheehan, social media and…

  • Students: Course evaluations close Sunday, May 9

    Course evaluations are utilized to review classes and instructors, with the primary goal of improving the quality of both. Responses are confidential and no identifying information will appear with a response.  Evaluations can be completed online through Sunday, May 9. Additional information, including frequently asked questions, the course evaluation schedule and a sample evaluation form can…

  • Staff Senate nominations open through May 14

    Nominations for University Staff Senate (USS) are open Monday, May 3, through Friday, May 14.   Staff must receive a minimum of two nominations to be eligible to be placed on the election ballot. Each nomination is appreciated.  Voting will begin online Monday, June 14, through Friday, June 25.  With questions, contact Melissa Econom.

  • 21 images from Marquette University retreats to celebrate Earth Day

    By Marquette University Campus Ministry

  • Video recording of last week’s Faculty Forum now available

    A recording of the Faculty Forum, held last Wednesday, April 28, is now available on the University Academic Senate site. Please note you must log in with your Marquette credentials to view the video. President Lovell is working with the Faculty Council to respond to questions that were not addressed at the event due to…

  • Brewing good while doing good

    Brewed Ideas Challenge winners focus on sustainability, social justice and inclusion.

  • Marquette faculty profiles

    Get to Know: Dr. Melissa Shew, visiting assistant professor in philosophy