Alex Nemec

  • Fr. Nate Romano, left, and Andrew Mountin stand outside of St. Joan of Arc Chapel.

    Alumni Rev. Nathaniel Romano, S.J., and Andrew Mountin join Campus Ministry team

    By Alex Nemec, marketing communications specialist Campus Ministry is excited to announce the hiring of two new assistant directors: Rev. Nathaniel Romano, S.J., and Andrew Mountin — both are Marquette University alumni. Father Romano has been named the new assistant director of Campus Ministry for liturgical programs; Mountin has been named the assistant director of…

  • Student Gracie Berentson creates a catheter for her lab work.

    Health Sciences Summer Research Program allows students to focus on experiments while class is out

    The Summer Research Program in the College of Health Sciences provides students the opportunity to engage in research more intently than they are otherwise able to during the school year.  

  • College of Health Sciences’ Dr. Kim Halula retiring after 41 years at Marquette

    Associate dean spent 23 years in dental hygiene program, 26 in CHS By Alex Nemec, marketing communication specialist After an illustrious 41-year career, College of Health Sciences Associate Dean Dr. Kim Halula has decided to enter retirement on July 15. Halula walked onto campus in 1981 after being appointed as the senior clinic supervisor for…

  • Dr. Sandra Hunter named editor-in-chief of premier sports medicine journal

    By Alex Nemec, marketing communication specialist Following a “rigorous application and interview search process,” Dr. Sandra Hunter, FACSM, has been named the new editor-in-chief of Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews (ESSR), one of the leading journals published by the American College of Sports Medicine. Hunter is a professor in the Exercise Science Program in the…

  • Small class sizes, guaranteed internships highlight Medical Laboratory Science program

    Dr. Valerie Everard-Gigot describes diagnosing medical patients as a puzzle – a critical puzzle requiring confident accuracy.

  • Gathering in Solidarity: Remaining optimistic

    The Marquette for Life student group, Campus Ministry and others across campus participated in the virtual Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life on Jan. 22 to hear discussions on the pro-life movement. Three Marquette students took time to reflect on their experiences with the conference and how it impacted each of them individually.

  • Finished plate in the Netter Atlas

    Marquette faculty make mark on internationally famed anatomy atlas

    Two Marquette College of Health Sciences faculty members, Occupational Therapy Clinical Professor Dr. Todd Hoagland, and Biomedical Sciences Professor and Dean Dr. William E. Cullinan, have left their fingerprints on the 8th edition of the “Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy” which was released on March 15.

  • Gathering in Solidarity: Goodness of life

    Marquette for Life community comes together to celebrate the ‘goodness and beauty that comes with every single life’ The Marquette for Life student group, Campus Ministry and others across campus participated in the virtual Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life on Jan. 22 to hear discussions on the pro-life movement. Attendees listened to presentations from speakers…

  • Gathering in Solidarity: New perspective

    Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life allows community to see new perspective in power behind group gatherings The Marquette for Life student group, Campus Ministry and others across campus participated in the virtual Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life on Jan. 22 to hear discussions on the pro-life movement. Attendees listened to presentations from speakers including Bishop…

  • To heal, inspire others

    Alumna Dr. Jasmine Zapata shared how Marquette shaped and aided her in helping the next generation of medical professionals during a pandemic.