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  • U.S. News 2021 Best Graduate Schools rankings

    U.S. News and World Report released its 2021 Best Graduate School rankings. Several Marquette programs moved up in rankings, particularly those in business, health sciences and engineering. The College of Business Administration’s finance program is now ranked 21, up from 31 previously. The supply chain management program held steady at 15, compared with 14 last year.…

  • COVID-19 update for students: New remote learning website, pay for student employees and changes to campus services 

    As shared in the all campus email on March 16, beginning Wednesday, March 18, university operations – where possible – will move to a remote working environment until at least April 10, at which point the university will reassess our overall situation. Below is additional guidance and information for students during this transition. Direct questions…

  • COVID-19 update for faculty and staff: Guidance on working remotely, student employees and campus services

    As shared in the all campus email on March 16, beginning Wednesday, March 18, university operations – where possible – will move to a remote working environment until at least April 10, at which point the university will reassess our overall situation. Below is additional guidance and information for faculty and staff related to this…

  • Video from President Lovell and operational changes

    Dear Marquette community: We are working together through one of the greatest challenges to ever face our university community. As we navigate these changes, President Lovell offers his thoughts on Marquette’s response to COVID-19: As we have all experienced, guidance from public health officials on how to slow the spread of the coronavirus is changing hourly. The…

  • We Are All Marquette: I was born to be light, the Womxn of Color Employee Resource Group

    Launched in 2018, Womxn of Color builds community among women of color on campus through programming, social events and networking opportunities. The objective is to provide resources for underrepresented women in a variety of ways – both formally and informally. This group is one of seven Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) that are supported by Marquette’s…

  • Protocol for Students Returning to Campus on March 15, 2020

    Dear students, Thank you for your continued patience and flexibility as the university navigates an unprecedented situation and identifies the best course of action over the coming days and weeks. I am writing this afternoon to provide guidance to those of you who will be visiting campus this Sunday to retrieve essential belongings.  If you…

  • COVID-19 update: Additional guidance for faculty and staff

    Dear faculty and staff, President Lovell and I understand it has been a very challenging week on campus. Thank you for your continued patience and flexibility and for supporting one another as the university navigates an unprecedented situation and identifies the best courses of action over the coming days and weeks. It is important to…

  • Political science professor named research consultant for national association

    Dr. Paul Nolette, associate professor of political science and chair of the Political Science Department, has been named the research consultant for the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI). NAGTRI was established in 2007 with the intent to provide high-quality and innovative training, research and developmental resources to support state and territorial attorneys…

  • Important Decisions Related to COVID-19

    Dear Marquette community, Marquette University is committed to protecting the health, safety, and wellbeing of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors. We are therefore carefully monitoring the evolving developments related to COVID-19 (the coronavirus outbreak). At present there are still no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Marquette and there has been only one confirmed case…

  • COVID-19 update: Contingency planning underway, expect more information tomorrow

    Dear Marquette community: Marquette University continues to monitor the recent outbreak of respiratory illness caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19) in close coordination with the Milwaukee Health Department and the Marquette University Medical Clinic (MUMC). In alignment with our Catholic, Jesuit mission, all actions being taken are for the health, safety and well-being of the campus community in the…