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  • Physical Therapy Clinic: How to set up an ergonomic work space at home

    The Marquette University Physical Therapy Clinic created the below video to demonstrate how to set up an ergonomic work space at home. In addition, students, faculty and staff can contact Jeff Wilkens, clinic director, for individual video consults for their ergonomic home office needs.

  • Touching your face and working from home

    Dr. Douglas Woods, vice provost for graduate and professional studies, discusses tips for breaking bad habits and forming new habits to adapt to remote working

  • How we can help first responders

    Advice from Dr. Elizabeth Angeli, Marquette professor and expert in health and medical communication

  • Care for trauma while distancing

    Dr. Emily Mazzulla, clinical assistant professor of psychology, discusses mental health tips for dealing with the coronavirus

  • University implements new spring 2020 grading policy for Law School

    Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Law School will use a different grading policy for the spring 2020 semester. Courses in the Law School, subject to the traditional A – F scale in the existing system, will be graded on a new temporary scale, applicable to this semester only. Here’s what the…

  • Virtual Faculty Forum is April 14

    A virtual Faculty Forum with President Michael R. Lovell and Provost Kimo Ah Yun will take place on Tuesday, April 14, from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. A link to join the meeting will be shared with all faculty via email on the morning of Tuesday, April 14. President Lovell and Provost Ah Yun will…

  • University institutes new spring 2020 grading policy for Graduate School and Graduate School of Management

    Recognizing the extraordinary impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the lives of students, faculty and staff, the following alternative grading plan will be instituted for the Graduate School and Graduate School of Management for spring 2020. This new policy is a result of listening to student feedback, Marquette’s institutional commitment to cura personalis and the…

  • University urges social distancing over Easter holiday weekend

    During Holy Week and into Easter weekend when traditions such as worship services and family gatherings typically take place, Marquette reminds all members of the university community that COVID-19 pandemic social distancing guidelines and state- and city-mandated stay-at-home orders remain in effect. Slowing the spread of the coronavirus depends significantly on all individuals continuing to…

  • Nursing professor named Fellow in Palliative Care Nursing

    Dr. Susan Breakwell, clinical professor and director of the Institute for Palliative and End of Life Care in the College of Nursing, has been named a Fellow in Palliative Care Nursing by the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association. The designation of Fellow in Palliative Care Nursing is bestowed upon HPNA members who have made significant…

  • Be aware of cyber security threats during video conference calls 

    Due to COVID-19 and many people now working from home, the Marquette community should be aware of rising cybersecurity threats, particularly when using videoconferencing applications (i.e. Microsoft Teams, Zoom). Please note that IT Services and the Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense encourage all students, faculty and staff to use Microsoft Teams, which is…