Dr. Ulrich Lehner, associate professor of theology and an internationally recognized scholar in early modern religious history and theology, has been elected to the European Academy of Sciences and Arts.
Based in Salzburg, Austria, the European Academy of Sciences and Arts is an interdisciplinary network of scholars from various fields who focus on scientific, social, cultural and ethical issues concerning the region. Lehner is the first Marquette scholar inducted into the academy, which includes 1,500 members, including 29 Nobel laureates.
Mid-year Commencement will be Dec. 15; Baccalaureate Mass is Dec. 14
Marquette community celebrates Advent, Christmas season with concerts, Mass
Haggerty Museum of Art: Exhibition highlights selections by students, faculty and staff through Dec. 22