The university conducted an Employee Engagement Survey from April 15 through May 10, 2019. It received 1,349 total responses (a 45 percent response rate). This is an 11 percent increase from the last survey completed in 2017. Thank you to those who participated— engagement is important, as student success depends on both faculty and staff […]
Marquette will co-host “Art Activated,” the inaugural social justice summit from NŌ STUDIOS, Nov. 15-16, with the second day of the event taking place at the AMU. The summit will feature a variety of activists, artists, authors and academics converging to discuss the lived experience of disenfranchisement and offer solutions to some of the most […]
The Office of Mission and Ministry has announced that the Institute for Catholic Leadership will suspend its operations as of November 13, due to a lack of funding. The institute was founded in 2012 with a $1 million gift from an anonymous donor, and was focused on providing leadership, developing Catholic identity and culture, AND OFFERING […]
IT Services and Human Resources are partnering to offer new online technology training courses for staff and faculty. Courses will focus on Microsoft Office programs, PDF accessibility, cyber security and more. Learn more at mu.edu/technology-training. GROW with Marquette will continue to offer and promote professional growth and training opportunities. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with future programming suggestions.
Dining Services is seeking the Marquette community’s feedback. Complete the customer loyalty online survey and you will be eligible to win a $25 Brew gift card or Erbert and Gerbert’s party platter.
Nominations for the Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Awards are due on Monday, Dec. 2. These awards are given to full-time faculty and staff members who demonstrate exemplary leadership and manifest ideals of diversity, equity and inclusion through practical action. Examples include student-centered inclusion initiatives, efforts to support recruitment and retention of diverse faculty and/or […]
The Marquette community should be aware that the Milwaukee County Office of Emergency Management has been authorized by the Federal Communications Commission to issue a Wireless Emergency Alert test message on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Alerts received at the right time can help keep you safe during an emergency. With Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), warnings can […]
The Center of Teaching and Learning will host a dialogical pedagogy seminar for graduate student teachers on Monday, Dec. 2, at noon in Raynor Memorial Libraries, Room 330B. Dr. Melissa Shew, philosophy faculty fellow in the CTL, will keynote. The seminar will provide both reflective and practical lenses for current and future graduate student teachers […]
Marquette’s annual free Thanksgiving dinner for students who remain on campus during break will take on place Thursday, Nov. 28, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Cobeen dining hall. The event is a collaboration between Campus Ministry, Residence Life and Sodexo. The menu will include turkey, rice, fish, vegetables, desserts and beverages. Tickets are […]
The Marquette Core Curriculum (MCC) will host Matt Cook, a widely-known, published poet and former Milwaukee Poet Laureate, as part of the “LitMarquette” series. The event will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 4 p.m. in the AMU, Room 163. As a lifelong poet, Cook will present some of his original work. The […]