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  • A message of faith and gratitude from President Lovell

    Dear Marquette community: As the first week of our remote learning comes to an end, I want to acknowledge how very difficult this transition is for all of us. I’ve heard firsthand from students who are deeply saddened at not being able to return to campus. These changes are especially hard for our seniors –…

  • A message of faith and gratitude from President Lovell

    Dear Marquette community: As the first week of our remote learning comes to an end, I want to acknowledge how very difficult this transition is for all of us. I’ve heard firsthand from students who are deeply saddened at not being able to return to campus. These changes are especially hard for our seniors –…

  • COVID-19 Update: Course evaluations canceled, Library services changing and Mass going online

    Dear Marquette community: In the week since we announced a transition to remote learning, we have seen the entire campus rally to take on this challenge. Hundreds of faculty have received training on remote learning technology, students are completing assignments and engaging in class discussions online, and staff across campus are finding ways to support…

  • Coronavirus update from Provost Ah Yun for faculty and staff

    Dear Marquette faculty and staff, I am reaching out today in the midst of what I know has been a week like no other. Like you, I am quickly becoming fully engaged in Microsoft Teams and spending time in remote meetings working with our colleagues to think through this challenge. Through all of it, I…

  • Protocol for Students Returning to Campus on March 15, 2020

    Dear students, Thank you for your continued patience and flexibility as the university navigates an unprecedented situation and identifies the best course of action over the coming days and weeks. I am writing this afternoon to provide guidance to those of you who will be visiting campus this Sunday to retrieve essential belongings.  If you…

  • COVID-19 update: Contingency planning underway, expect more information tomorrow

    Dear Marquette community: Marquette University continues to monitor the recent outbreak of respiratory illness caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19) in close coordination with the Milwaukee Health Department and the Marquette University Medical Clinic (MUMC). In alignment with our Catholic, Jesuit mission, all actions being taken are for the health, safety and well-being of the campus community in the…

  • Lenten reflection: What we love, we grow to resemble

    By Megan Sheehan, communications coordinator, Campus Ministry In the moments we are tempted to sin, but choose not to, we are expressing what we love.  In this past Sunday’s Gospel, we hear of Jesus being tempted in the desert. “Get away from me, Satan,” he says, following an offer of respite from the devil. You…

  • Registration for March GROW classes now available

    Registration for March GROW classes is now available via Eventbrite. Use code: GROW.  March offerings include:   Al McGuire Center Tour | Friday, March 6  Intro to R | Monday, March 9  Performance Appraisals – Strategies for Working with Your Supervisor | Monday, March 16  StoryMaps JS: Tools for Telling Digital Stories | Wednesday, March 18  Safety…

  • Register your residence with MUPD Vacant House Watch Program before Spring Break

    During academic breaks, MUPD offers the Vacant House Watch program to students residing in the near-off-campus neighborhood. Students can use this form to register their residences with MUPD before leaving campus for spring or winter break. During break, officers monitor vacant residences during their routine patrols of the neighborhood. For more safety tips, visit MUPD’s website.

  • President’s Challenge information session is March 6

    Faculty, staff and students are invited to an information session on Friday, March 6, from 11 a.m. to noon in the 707 Hub to learn more about the President’s Challenge. Developed in partnership with the Johnson Controls Foundation, this exciting and innovative grant opportunity will provide a $250,000, two-year grant for one interdisciplinary, collaborative proposal…