Archive

  • Encountering God in the silence — a reflection on the silent retreat

    By Megan Sheehan, communications coordinator, Campus Ministry “In the silence of the heart God speaks. If you face God in prayer and silence, God will speak to you. Then you will know that you are nothing. It is only when you realize your nothingness, your emptiness, that God can fill you with Himself. Souls of…

  • Welcome back to campus from Dr. Cole, vice president for student affairs

    Dear students, Happy New Year! I hope you had a peaceful Christmas Break with family and friends. In case you missed it over the break, be sure to check out Marquette’s 2019 Year in Review video. We have a lot to be proud of from the past year, and I can’t wait to see what…

  • Dr. Joe Daniels named Keyes Dean of Business Administration

    Dr. Joseph Daniels, who has served as the acting James H. Keyes Dean of Business Administration since May 2019, has been named to the permanent post, Provost Kimo Ah Yun announced today. The longtime professor of economics at Marquette will assume the role immediately. The announcement comes after a nine-month national search and dozens of…

  • CAMPus Impact wins inaugural ITGA Intern Challenge

    CAMPus Impact, a domestic immersion experience offered through the Center for Peacemaking, was the inaugural winner of the International Town and Gown Association’s Intern Challenge, designed to highlight an effective student-led community project in collaboration with a local government or nonprofit. CAMPus Impact focuses on community engagement in Milwaukee, in concert with Near West Side…

  • Getting to know Vice President for Finance Ian Gonzalez

    Ian Gonzalez joined Marquette in November 2019 after serving as corporate controller for Wauwatosa -based Briggs & Stratton Corporation. To get better acclimated to his new role as vice president for finance at Marquette, the College of Business Administration alumnus says he’s been digging into books and audiobooks on the higher education industry. Ian took…

  • Help Marquette be named the most ‘active’ AJCU university; participate in annual Go Move Challenge

    The annual Go Move Challenge will take place Feb. 1-28. 19 schools within the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) will complete to see which university is the most active. Every minute of movement counts as faculty and staff compete to see who can get the most movement during the month of February. There…

  • Winter Office Olympics will be Feb. 11

    Employee Wellness will host the Winter Office Olympics on Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 12:15 p.m. at the Rec Center. Session 1 will begin at 12:15 p.m.; Session 2 will begin at 1 p.m. Office Olympics offer employees a fun, team building activity with a focus on physical wellness. No athletic ability is required to participate.…

  • Marquette Momentum: New leadership program offers students personal and vocational development opportunity

    By Jenna Thompson, Comm ’21, communication intern in the Office of Marketing and Communication As soon as first-year students hesitantly wave goodbye to their families on move-in day, opportunities to get involved on campus are endless. Leadership is core to Marquette’s identity as one of its four foundational pillars, and student leaders play integral roles…

  • Residence Life selected for social justice research study

    The Office of Residence Life was recently selected as one of four schools to participate in “The Experiences of Resident Advisers Facilitating Social Justice Interactions in the Residential Curriculum Model”, a grant-funded research study through the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I).  The study will be conducted by two representatives from…

  • University issues vaping health advisory

    In light of the recent news coverage following an investigation into cases of severe lung injury and deaths associated with the use of e-cigarettes or vaping products, Marquette is issuing a university-wide health alert. As of Dec. 27, 2019, there have been 2,561 cases of severe lung injury and 55 confirmed deaths in the U.S.…