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Shared governance online

Tim Horneman

April 17, 2007

Filed under News

The proposal still must be approved by the Committee on Faculty and Academic Senate, both of which are scheduled to vote on the proposal in their May meetings.,"Governance proposal available for viewingThe proposal on shared gove... Read more »

Shared governance receives attention

Tim Horneman

February 15, 2007

Filed under News

Known as "shared governance," which includes faculty and administration in the decision-making process for the university, the proposal could be, if approved, in place as early as the next school year.,"A propo... Read more »

Chicago Bears’ failed shuffle saddens MU fans

Tim Horneman

February 6, 2007

Filed under News

At the beginning of Super Bowl XLI, Swiderski, a fifth-year senior in the College of Business clad in a jersey bearing the name and number of linebacker Brian Urlacher, couldn't avoid standing and shouting ce... Read more »

Gesu to hold night of devotion

Tim Horneman

February 1, 2007

Filed under News

The evening, which is dedicated to the "Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary," starts at 8 p.m., with a Mass in the lower church of Gesu Parish.,"An evening of devotion Friday will provide Catholics with ... Read more »

New test system implemented to reduce scanning errors

Tim Horneman

January 23, 2007

Filed under News

But logistical problems may keep the system, which is in place this semester, from being an advantage for students, according to members of the Committee on Faculty.,"On the surface, it sounds easy enough: The n... Read more »

Engineering receives $25 million donation

Tim Horneman

January 16, 2007

Filed under News

Using a $25 million donation given by an anonymous donor, the College of Engineering has ambitious plans to remake its "heart, soul and body," according to Engineering Dean Stanley Jaskolski.The contribution is ... Read more »

Faculty discuss request to make evals public

Tim Horneman

November 14, 2006

Filed under News

Marquette Student Government has asked the university to make end-of-semester teacher evaluation forms public in order to give students more information when choosing professors.The forms, known as Instructional Assessment System f... Read more »

Students for Life

Tim Horneman

October 24, 2006

Filed under Uncategorized

Unfortunately, we were not able to cover the event as extensively as we would have liked.,"In today's Tribune, we briefly covered a meeting of Students for Life in which the director of Wisconsin Right to Life me... Read more »

Liberian President will visit

Tim Horneman

October 5, 2006

Filed under News

For the first time in 50 years, a sitting head of state will visit Marquette to be honored and deliver a speech, the university announced.Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, the president of the west African nation of Liberia since... Read more »

Trustees approve strategic plan through 2013

Tim Horneman

September 26, 2006

Filed under News

The board of trustees has approved a strategic plan to guide the university in dealing with various programs from 2007 to 2013.The plan, "Achieving the Vision," was approved Wednesday by the board and announ... Read more »

‘We have really good students.’

Tim Horneman

August 28, 2006

Filed under News

He is, for lack of a better term, "The Man" at Marquette. The visible face on the academic and administrative side of the university, the Rev. Robert A. Wild -- the 22nd president of Marquette and leader si... Read more »

Labor secretary to speak at graduation

Tim Horneman

April 4, 2006

Filed under News

U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao will be Marquette's commencement speaker on May 21, the university announced Monday. Chao has been Secretary of Labor since January 2001 and is the first Asian American woman appointed ... Read more »