The Association of Marquette University Women seeks to promote the interests of Marquette's past, present and future women students to link them in a common endeavor. AMUW provides opportunities for service with peers and strives to enhance women's educational and cultural opportunities. For more information on how to become involved with club activities, please contact AMUW President Rachel Monaco-Wilcox, Arts '99, Law '04, at
Want to learn how the AMUW got its start? Read a brief history.
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Dr. Kristina Ropella, Eng '85, presented a beautiful seasonal reflection at the 2011 Advent Reflection Luncheon. Enjoy it here (PDF).
Please mark your calendars and plan to join us for these exciting AMUW events:
- Women's Health Fair - Sunday, Feb. 17
AMUW is proud to sponsor this annual event, held on the concourse of the Al McGuire Center prior to the women's basketball game against Notre Dame. Registration for the Women's Health Fair is not required; game tickets may be purchased here or at the Al McGuire Center Ticket Office.
- AMUW Theatre Night - Friday, Feb. 22
Join us for a reception at the Haggerty Museum followed by a performance of "A Doll's House" at the Helfaer Theatre on Marquette's campus. Register online by Feb. 15.
- Save the Date: AMUW Mary Neville Bielefeld Awards Mass, Reception and Brunch - Saturday, Apr. 27
Join us as we celebrate our 2013 student, faculty and alumna award recipients! Registration information coming soon.
The AMUW Scholarship was established in 1991 by the AMUW Board of Directors, providing outstanding Marquette women who demonstrate financial need with a gift of $2,500 each for their senior year. Applications are now being accepted for the 2013-14 scholarship awards. Please visit the online application page for complete eligibility criteria and application requirements.
The Mary Neville Bielefeld Award
Established in 1965, the Mary Neville Bielefeld Award is presented each spring to an alumna who has demonstrated outstanding loyalty to the ideals of Marquette. Nominate a fellow alumna.
AMUW Chair in Humanistic Studies
Established in 1963, the AMUW Chair in Humanistic Studies brings distinguished women scholars to Marquette to teach, lecture and interact with students.
The 2012-13 AMUW Chair in Humanistic Studies is hosted by the Department of Political Science in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences and held by Dr. Lisa Wedeen from the University of Chicago.
2012-2013 AMUW Officers
Rachel Monaco-Wilcox, Arts '99, Law '04, President
Lisa C. Paul, Law '93, Vice President/President-Elect
Jane Kean, Nurs '74, Treasurer
Michelle Bedwell, H Sci '06, Secretary
Jessica A. Koth, Comm '99, MUAA Representative
Emily Wacker Schultz, Comm '04, Senior Engagement Officer