Due to high demand, the Ott Memorial Writing Center has added additional openings this week Monday, June 22, through Thursday, June 25. The Writing Center will help students with class assignments, presentations, personal statements, professional documents and even course materials. Contact the Ott Writing Center with questions, concerns or inquiries. Sign up for an appointment.
The residence hall move-in process for fall 2020 will take longer and require more space on campus this year. This is due to changed protocols as a result of COVID-19 (i.e. limited early arrival options and new required cleaning processes). To allow for a smooth move-in process and minimize disruption across campus, the university asks […]
Dear Marquette community: Marquette University seeks to be an inclusive learning community proud to educate and employ individuals from many backgrounds, perspectives and national origins. While we are encouraged by today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program, we also recognize this decision is not a permanent solution to […]
Yesterday, about 830 faculty, staff and students gathered virtually for a Town Hall on Racial Injustice. The event was recorded and is available via YouTube. Moderated by Provost Kimo Ah Yun, the event included an opening prayer by Sister Anne Arabome, SSS, associate director of the Faber Center, and opening remarks from President Michael R. […]
Dr. Howard Fuller, distinguished professor of education and founder/director of the Institute for the Transformation of Learning, has announced his retirement from Marquette University at the end of June 2020. An outspoken advocate and activist for educational opportunities, he initially joined the university over 40 years ago as associate director for the Education Opportunity Program […]
Marquette recently partnered with Leave Solutions, an FMLA services agency. In partnership with Human Resources, Leave Solutions will now handle the intake, communication, paperwork, and tracking for FMLA and leave of absence administration. Marquette’s Employee Benefits Team will still manage eligibility and paid leave policies. Leave Solutions provides personalized, one-on-one service for its clients and […]
The Office of Research and Innovation will host a virtual town hall titled “Pandemic-related Lightning Talks” on Tuesday, June 23, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. The event will feature five minute presentations by Marquette faculty, staff or research associates, focusing on the research endeavors, projects, commentaries and educational opportunities emerging at Marquette around the […]
The Office of Engagement and Inclusion will host a “Virtual Playlist Bingo”event on Thursday, June 18, at 6 p.m. CST. Join other members of the Marquette community in this fast-paced, fun trivia game. Prizes include up to $200 in cash. All are welcome to play, but only Marquette students are eligible to win. Join Virtual Playlist Bingo.
The Law School’s Student Bar Association released the following statement: To our peers, professors and administrators, Marquette University Law School Student Bar Association writes to you today to address the tragedy that we as a community and a country have faced in the last three weeks. Not one of a pandemic, but rather the state-sanctioned murders […]
The Women of Marquette Employee Resource Group is seeking participants in its Interest Survey. Current members, potential members and allies are all encouraged to complete the survey. The survey will help Women of Marquette: 1) Enhance volunteer engagement 2) Provide programming that benefits and interests members/potential members Women of Marquette is also seeking program ideas and those who may be interested in […]