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  • W-2 tax forms are now available online via MyJob

    W-2 tax forms are now available online via MyJob.  Please remember if you are accessing MyJob off campus you need to establish access to Marquette’s VPN. If you have questions regarding the VPN, contact the IT Services Help Desk.  Once logged in, select “MU Employee Self Service,” “Personal Actions,” “View/Print Employee W-2″ and “Start.” Click…

  • Help Marquette compete against other AJCU Schools; Register for the Go Move Challenge kicking off Feb. 1

    The 11th annual Go Move Challenge, a competition to determine the most active school in the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU), kicks off on Wednesday, Feb. 1, and runs for the entire month. Every minute of movement counts as faculty and staff compete to see who can get the most movement during those…

  • Lenten Retreat in Daily Life open for registration

    Registration is open for the annual Lenten Retreat in Daily Life, which begins Monday, Feb. 20, and runs through Monday, April 3.  The Lenten Retreat is a unique opportunity — a free, six-week retreat that can be done anywhere. Retreatants commit to 15 minutes of prayer each day and are matched with a spiritual mentor/director…

  • Microsoft retiring Internet Explorer web browser

    The out-of-support Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) desktop application will be permanently disabled on certain versions of Windows 10 on Tuesday, Feb. 14. IE 11 end-of-life is part of Microsoft’s February 2023 Windows security update to university-owned computers.  Windows users: See more information about IE11’s end of life online to prepare for this change.   If…

  • Civic Dialogues hosting ‘Building Bridges: How young people can solve the climate crisis,’ Feb. 2

    Marquette Civic Dialogues is hosting an event with Benji Backer, founder and president of the American Conservation Coalition, on the role of young people in the climate crisis on Thursday, Feb. 2, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the AMU Lunda Room.   All interested students are welcome to attend. Register online. Before he founded…

  • In 9th annual address, President Lovell shows Marquette beginning 2023 with extraordinary momentum

    President Michael R. Lovell in his 9th annual Presidential Address on Jan. 25, 2023, highlighted the major steps forward Marquette took over the past year to execute on the goal themes in the university’s strategic plan, Beyond Boundaries. President Lovell used the themes as a roadmap for a speech that appropriately captured the university’s strength and…

  • New My Wellness opportunity: Earn points for 30 minutes of activity each day

    There is a new opportunity for points in the My Wellness portal. For each day you engage in 30 minutes of physical activity, you can earn one point, up to a maximum of 200 points a year. Points can be earned for 30 minutes of activity such as biking, swimming, fitness class, sport, hiking, gardening…

  • ‘Mission Week 2023: Act With Kindness’ schedule of events

    Mission Week’s four-year “Open to…” series has made way for a new series, “Act with…,” which asks the Marquette community to shift its focus during Mission Week from reflection to outward behaviors. Mission Week 2023 will be celebrated on campus from Feb. 5 through 11, following the theme of “Act with Kindness.” The theme reminds…

  • Adjunct instructor named to Milwaukee Business Journal’s 40 Under 40

    Morgan Phelps, adjunct instructor of strategic communication in the Diederich College of Communication, was named to the Milwaukee Business Journal’s 2023 40 Under 40 list, a collection of young business and community leaders from throughout southeastern Wisconsin who are making a difference in the Milwaukee area.  Phelps joined Marquette in 2020. She is the founder…

  • From ankle joint pain to digital archives: Six participating faculty research projects funded through Office of the Provost 

    The Office of the Provost annually allocates $10,000 to be distributed to full-time participating faculty for research activities,