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  • Small class sizes, guaranteed internships highlight Medical Laboratory Science program

    Dr. Valerie Everard-Gigot describes diagnosing medical patients as a puzzle – a critical puzzle requiring confident accuracy.

  • Celebrate Women’s History Month in March

    Programs and events will be hosted on campus throughout March to celebrate Women’s History Month. Visit the Cultural Month Celebrations site for the full list of events. Email the Center for Engagement and Inclusion to add a program or event to the calendar. Following are the scheduled events as of March 7:    Black Queens Thursday, March 10 |…

  • Milwaukee Mayoral Primary Election Feb. 15; Polling locations changed 

    The City of Milwaukee will host a primary election to advance candidates to the April 5 general election. If you are planning to vote in these elections, make sure you visit Marquette.edu/Vote for the latest information on registering to vote and where your polling place is.  Polling locations have changed since 2020. A list of…

  • Majority of 16th Street parking structure to reopen Aug. 16

    Facilities Planning and Management has been completing a significant renovation project to the 16th and 17th Street Parking Structure this summer. The majority of the structure will be open on Aug. 16, however the timeline for levels 5 and 6 has been extended slightly and will reopen on Aug. 26. Please contact Joel Smullen, project manager, with questions or concerns.   

  • ‘Changemakers’ arts and sciences alumni panel is April 15 

    The Peace Studies and Honors Programs will host a panel of four Klingler College of Arts and Sciences alumni who have gone on to pursue unique and diverse career paths. The event will take place via Zoom on Thursday, April 15, from 5 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.  There will be a chance for students to ask questions and gain insight into various…

  • 2019-20 Annual Report now available online

    The Marquette University Annual Report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, is now available online. The annual publication, which is produced by the Office of Marketing and Communication and the Office of Finance, highlights significant university accomplishments and provides financial information regarding the past fiscal year, as well as management perspective and commentary. “Though the…

  • Board of Trustees elects two new members

    The Board of Trustees elected two new members during its meeting last Tuesday: Rick T. Dillon, Bus Ad ’93, and Chris Woleske, Law ’94. Marquette trustees serve for three-year terms and may be re-elected to serve for a maximum of 12 years; they are volunteers and are not compensated for their service. Rick T. Dillon…

  • Results from first student Academic Experience Survey now available

    Results from first student Academic Experience Survey are now available online. The Academic Experience Surveys, which are being administered at several points throughout the fall 2020 semester, collect information from students and instructors to better understand their academic experience this semester. The surveys ask about the following topics: Access to technology and resources Challenges with…

  • From President Lovell: Thank you, faculty and staff

    Dear Marquette colleagues, Today should have concluded with the celebration of our faculty at the annual Père Marquette Dinner, and a little over a month from now we should be celebrating our exceptional staff at the Excellence in University Service Awards. I look forward to these events every year as we recognize Marquette University’s greatest…

  • Overview of university’s COVID-19 Response Team

    The COVID-19 Campus Response Team leads Marquette’s response to coronavirus while building and sustaining the capability to mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from this threat. Led by Dr. Xavier Cole, vice president for student affairs, the Steering Committee meets daily to share updates, discuss COVID-19 developments and prepare campus communications. The response team…