Alex Nemec

  • Sister Arabome sitting with her book.

    Sister Anne Arabome spotlights women of St. Ignatius’ life in new book

    Somewhere between Sister Anne Arabome’s own experience with St. Ignatius of Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises and her journey with women who were on their own pilgrimage to discover God, the associate director of the Faber Center found inspiration for her recently published book, “Why Do You Trouble This Woman?”

  • Biomedical sciences student reflects on Global Brigades experience

    Global Brigades has been a signature program for students in the College of Health Sciences since its inception at Marquette in 2003; in January, yet another cohort made their way to Panama to assist local communities. The Global Brigades organization aims to promote sustainable development in rural Central America through a wholistic model organized around…

  • Lenten reflection: How discernment can lead to a more enjoyable season

    By Rev. Jim Pribek, S.J., assistant vice president of mission and ministry In my lifetime, Lent has undergone quite a transformation. When I was a child, it centered on personal sacrifice; as an adult, I have seen it become more communal and positive, such that it is less about “giving up” something and more about…

  • Ignatian principles woven into fabric of campus life

    By Alex Nemec, marketing communication specialist in the Office of University Relations Since its founding, Marquette University has lived out its Catholic, Jesuit mission and values, setting an example for others in Milwaukee and the Midwest. Following are some stories and events of Marquette advancing its mission and embracing our Jesuit values. Ignatian Year Celebration Marquette…

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    College of Health Sciences launches master’s program in Biomedical Sciences

    The College of Health Sciences has launched a new Master of Science degree program in Biomedical Sciences with specializations in neuroscience and anatomical sciences; the college will begin enrolling students in summer 2024 with applications opening this fall. The 15-month, 30-credit program is built on the strong foundation of undergraduate education in biomedical sciences —…

  • Campus Ministry hosting open house on March 1

    Campus Ministry is hosting an open house on Wednesday, March 1, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in its office space, AMU 236, as well as in the narthex (the lobby outside of the Chapel of the Holy Family). The event is open to students, faculty and staff interested in an afternoon of community building,…

  • Students holding a sign.

    Photo gallery: Mission Week 2023

    Mission Week wrapped with 17 events, five Masses and lots of written acts of kindness. Relive the highlights through Marquette Today’s lens.

  • A researcher observes an athlete lifting.

    Marquette researcher assisting USA Weightlifting in achieving highest goals

    USA Weightlifting athletes were monitored on campus at the Athletic Human Performance Research Center as Dr. Kristof Kipp, associate professor of exercise science in the College of Health Sciences, and his graduate student research team collected data on the athletes’ exerted forces and movement patterns.

  • Picture of St. Joan of Arc Chapel

    First Friday Morning Mass at St. Joan of Arc Chapel, Feb. 3

    All are welcome to the monthly morning mass at the St. Joan of Arc Chapel and subsequent social on Friday, Feb. 3, at 8:30 a.m. Rev. Jim Pribek, S.J., will preside.   Marquette Mission and Ministry looks forward to gathering as a faith community. 

  • ‘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…