Marquette Wire

Anything for experience

Tim Seeman

May 6, 2010

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It’s that time of year again. Students are preparing for final exams, soaking in some springtime sunshine — and preparing for a new set of summer tasks. In an ideal world, those tasks would include getting paid for the experienc...

Ground broken for Discovery Learning Complex

Dominic Tortorice

March 9, 2010

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With a wave of a Marquette flag by College of Engineering Dean Stan Jaskolski, an excavator lifted dirt from the corner of 16th Street and Wisconsin Avenue Friday morning signaling the start of construction on the Discover...

Dean search continues for two colleges

William O'Brien

February 18, 2010

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Finalists in Marquette’s search for new deans of the College of Engineering and the Helen Way Klinger College of Arts & Sciences begin visiting campus this week. Provost John Pauly said he hopes to make announcements on...

Marquette student homeless after Pizza Man fire

Caroline Campbell

January 21, 2010

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Olson 'living out of his car' since Tuesday morning Not the sirens and emergency vehicle lights, not the plumes of smoke or reporters at the scene, but a phone call from his mother is how Matthew Olson discovered his East Side apartm...

State awards $5 million for Engineering construction

Mark Strotman

January 19, 2010

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The College of Engineering got a special Christmas present over break: the state is awarding the Wisconsin Energy Foundation a $5 million grant for construction of the college's new building. The state's grant to the foundation ...

Search for deans continues

Tori Dykes

November 19, 2009

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With the planned retirement of one dean and the continued vacancy of another position, search committees have begun the process of finding new deans for the College of Engineering and the College of Arts & Sciences. Current Engineering Dean ...

City’s grant to be used toward solar technology

Rebecca Prybell

November 10, 2009

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Department of Energy money to improve "green" capabilities All across campus and the city of Milwaukee, changes are being implemented to improve the environmental sustainability of buildings through the use of solar power an...

$3 million in grants spurs medical research on campus

Tori Dykes

October 27, 2009

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More than $3 million in government stimulus money is currently helping fund nine different medical research projects at Marquette. The money is part of several million dollars from the National Institutes of Health divided among Ma...

First phase of new engineering building approved

Tori Dykes

September 25, 2009

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The Marquette board of trustees has approved a proposal for the first phase of the new College of Engineering building at 16th Street and Wisconsin Avenue. University officials anticipate construction on the five story, 100...