Dr. Amy Van Hecke, associate professor of psychology, is recruiting male participants for a research study that investigates the brain. Volunteers should be 12 to 16 years old and in good health. One research session will take place at Marquette, followed by three sessions that will be held at Froedtert Hospital. Sessions will take about five hours total. Participants […]
The Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology is offering Mindfulness for Youth and Adults, on Wednesday, March 22, from noon to 1 p.m. in AMU 227. Dr. Anna Silber, director of curriculum and research at Growing Minds, will host the event. For more information or to obtain CEU’s, contact Coreen Bukowski, CECP academic coordinator.
The Opus College of Engineering will host the Society of Women Engineers for Industry Night on Friday, March 31, at 6 p.m. in Olin 236. The event is business casual and a pizza dinner will be served. Registration can be done via email and must me completed by Friday, March 24.
In Honor of Arthur J. Schmitt, Marquette’s Schmitt Fellows invite undergraduate and graduate students to “Cultivating Leadership Skills for a Successful and Meaningful Career: Why are Leadership Skills Important for Your Career?” on Thursday, April 6, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in AMU 163. Participants will have the opportunity to meet with Schmitt Fellows […]
Marquette’s Gesu Parish in partnership with Aurora Health Care will offer open door nurse visits at the Gesu Parish Center with Gesu’s faith community nurse, Marcia Isherwood, R.N., B.S.N., F.C.N. Services include: Blood pressure monitoring Pre-diabetes and diabetes management support Health coaching to help improve lifestyles Grief support Adult caregiver support and resource finding Screenings […]
Marquette’s Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense has commented on the latest WikiLeaks revelation. WikiLeaks revealed information about the CIA’s capabilities to exploit Internet connected devices. Independent of the rest of the story or whether or not you believe that the CIA ought to be conducting surveillance and whom they ought to be […]
Dear Marquette Community, Thank you from all of us within the athletics department and our women’s basketball program for being such tremendous supporters of the Big East Women’s Basketball Tournament we just hosted. You played an integral role in helping us win the championship last night. Marquette had never hosted the Big East Tournament and […]
A daylong conference on the cult classic television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer will feature speakers from the United States and Canada on April 1. The event is being organized by James South, an associate professor of philosophy, and Gerry Canavan, an assistant professor of English. South has written extensively about the TV series and […]
Nicholas A. Elder, a doctoral student in theology, was one of two winners of the graduate student paper competition at a conference in February at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana. Elder was presented the award at the Midwest Region Society of Biblical Literature/American Oriental Society/American Schools of Oriental Research meeting. His paper was titled, […]
Marquette University’s Office of International Education has released a new video titled “You are welcome here,” highlighting that Marquette is currently home to more than 700 international students from around the world. “This video and message is particularly timely, given the continued changes in our immigration policies as well as the latest executive order,” said […]