Earlier this month, the Milwaukee Press Club announced eight journalists who will be inducted into its 2019 Media Hall of Fame on Friday, Nov. 1. Of the 2019 inductees, three come from Marquette: Alan J. Borsuk, Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Marquette Law School Borsuk is a senior fellow in law and public policy at […]
Marquette University mourns the loss of Dr. Jack Augenstein, former dean of the School of Education. Augenstein is remembered for his outstanding leadership and the impact he made on Marquette’s College of Education program. Augenstein worked as an educator for 43 years, including 13 years as the superintendent for the Catholic Diocese of Youngstown, Ohio. In […]
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Marquette is required by federal law to notify all students of their FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) rights at the beginning of each term. Please review the annual FERPA notification online. Contact Marquette Central at (414) 288-4000 with questions.
Walks through Capitol Hill, the Chicago Cubs and Mary Oliver are all common factors in the things that ground MUSG’s recently elected President Sara Manjee and Executive Vice President Dan Brophy. When asked about what they are passionate about, Manjee and Brophy both mention motivating professors, supportive friends and a passion for social change. Manjee […]
Photos by Jesse Lee, senior communication specialist Today, nearly 2,000 first-year students moved into Marquette’s residence halls including Abbottsford, Carpenter, Cobeen, Mashuda, Humphrey, O’Donnell, Schroeder, Straz Tower and The Commons. Move-in officially began at 8 a.m. followed by a formal blessing for new students and their families at 9 a.m. at The Commons. Rev. Michael […]
Following is an update on active searches for key leadership positions at Marquette: Semi-finalists for the vice president for mission and ministry have met with the search committee and President Lovell; the committee has made finalist recommendations to the president. The search firm for the provost actively sourced and recruited candidates over the summer; the […]
The last day to add or drop a class for all students without a withdrawal grade is Tuesday, Sept. 3, at 11:59 p.m. After this time, all registrations must be requested through the student’s home college and additional class requests may not be approved. Additionally, any classes that are approved to be dropped will remain […]
Campus Ministry, Lutheran Campus Ministry and Canterbury Fellowship will host an ecumenical prayer service to stand in solidarity with victims of gun violence on Thursday, Sept. 5, at 7 p.m. The service will start in song and worship outside of St. Joan of Arc Chapel and will process in a walk of solidarity to the […]
Sodexo, Marquette’s food service provider, has selected Starbucks as Marquette Dining Services’ new coffee vendor. Dining Services will now serve Starbucks coffee throughout all Brew Cafés, Tory Hill Café and the Lunda Room starting this fall semester. The vendor switch is a product change only. Sodexo and its on-campus employees — the majority of which […]