Marquette University’s Solidarity In Action student organization hosted the third annual Dreamers Gala: Love Has No Borders, on Wednesday, March 21, in the AMU Monaghan Ballrooms. The sold-out event raised more than $50,000. Photos taken by Michael Carpenter, intern in the Office of Marketing and Communication.
Sodexo is seeking student feedback on the Campus Dining experience. Those who complete the survey will be entered to win tickets to Innovation Kitchen. Complete the survey online by Friday, April 20.
Marquette Momentum is a regular series of stories that highlight progress at Marquette as the university implements its strategic plan, Beyond Boundaries. Have a story for Marquette Momentum? Submit your idea online and put “Marquette Momentum” in the description. The Lunda Room in the Alumni Memorial Union now features Innovation Kitchen, an engaging and unique […]
Faculty and staff who were unable to attend the Beyond Boundaries Town Hall event on Tuesday, April 10, can watch the program in its entirety online. President Michael R. Lovell and other university leaders provided an update on the implementation phase of the university’s strategic plan, as well as brief presentations on key initiatives related […]
The Marquette University Core of Common Studies has received the National Endowment for the Humanities Connections Planning Grant, Provost Daniel J. Myers announced today. The NEH is an independent federal agency and one of the largest funders of humanities programs in the United States. According to the NEH, the nearly $30,000, one-year grant will go […]
A celebration of the life of James Cameron, founder of America’s Black Holocaust Museum and the only known survivor of a lynching, will be held on Thursday, April 12, at the Haggerty Museum of Art. The event, “Connecting Arts and Community Voices in Celebration of Dr. James Cameron,” will include networking from 5 p.m. to […]
Marquette University mourns the death of Chris Braunschweiger, professor emeritus of mathematics, statistics and computer science. Braunschweiger died on Tuesday, March 20, at the age of 91. More information is available online. Please remember Braunschweiger, his family and friends in prayer.
Lead. Help build and grow in faith. Engage. Campus Ministry programs are now accepting applications for fall leadership positions. Interested students are encouraged to visit the Campus Ministry website at www.marquette.edu/cm for more information.
There are still several sessions available this semester for training in the use of Kuali, Marquette’s new system for proposal submission, research compliance and grant management. Hosted by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, these drop-in sessions focus on proposal submission, are open to all applicants, and run through the end of April. The schedule can be found here, or on the ORSP […]