The Friends and Alumni/ae of Marquette English is dedicated to promoting a lifelong love of reading and writing as a crucial element in Marquette University’s mission of excellence, leadership, faith and service. FAME is committed to enhancing the high quality of education in literature, language and writing offered by the Marquette Department of English and ensuring its future excellence. In the spirit of Jesuit hospitality, FAME seeks to support a community of undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, alumni/ae and friends through public readings, speakers, social occasions, and community service, and to reach out to wider audiences.
What Think You of Falling in Love? Date Night with Shakespeare
Hear President Mike Lovell, Provost Dan Myers, County Executive Chris Abele, Chief of Police Ed Flynn, and many others read Shakespeare
Thursday, February 25:
5-6pm: Readings and sonnets
6pm: Complimentary reception
Eisenberg Reading Room, Sensenbrenner Hall, 1103 W Wisconsin Avenue
7:30pm: Marquette Theatre production of As You Like It, Evan P. and Marion Helfaer Theatre, 525 North 13th Street
Tickets for the play available at: https://www.showclix.com/event/AsYouLikeItMU Or call 414-288-7504
Sponsored by FAME, the Friends and Alumni of Marquette English, the Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, University Advancement, and the Office for Student Development. Direct questions or special needs to Martha Moore in University Advancement at 414-288-0398 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday, April 9
Time: 5 p.m.
Location: 4th Floor, Engineering Hall, 1637 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53233
Parking: Located on 16th Street between Wisconsin Avenue and Wells Street
All the World's a Stage, and Look Who We Have on Stage Reading Shakespeare (click here for the full list).
•Dr. Robin Reid, Texas A&M University (moderator)
•Dr. Yvette Kisor, Ramapo College of New Jersey
•Dr. Edward L. Risden, St. Norbert College
•Richard C. West, UW-Madison
Wednesday, April 25
reception to follow in AMU Henke Lounge/Lunda Room
This show, which has been performed locally and will be featured in the American Players Theatre 2012 schedule, is Jim DeVita's adaptation of Sir Ian McKellan's script "Acting Shakespeare." It blends together the story of Shakespeare's life and soliloquies, and DeVita's own story of how the works of Shakespeare led him from working on fishing boats off of Long Island to a career on the stage.
For more information, you may want to check out Jim's website
April 29, 5-7 PM, Raynor Library Conference Center
Proceeds go to support "What You Will, a partnership of performers in education."
R.S.V.P. and questions to Debra.Jelacic@marquette.edu
Members of the Marquette neighborhood flooded into the AMU carrying gently used books to swap. Guests were encouraged to take home half as many books as they donated, which left over 1,000 books at the end of the afternoon! These books, and the donations FAME collected, were given to two local agencies which promote literacy and learning:CrossTrainers Academy (part of the Milwaukee Rescue Mission) and Sojourner Family Peace Center. All of the English faculty and graduate and undergraduate students who helped run the event were thrilled with the success of the Book Swap!
• Americana and Folk singer-songwriter, Marquette alumnus, (and Dr. McCabe’s
nephew, no less) took a break from his popular touring to treat us to an
evening of his critically-acclaimed music
• Free and Open to the Public.
• Freewill Offerings Accepted
• Tuesday, Nov. 16, 7:00 in the Weasler Auditorium
[Alumni/ae: Please let the English Department know how you are doing. Contact Wendy Walsh with any updates on your career or announcements you would like to share with your fellow alums.]
Michael Keller (PhD, 2016) is an assistant professor at Quincy University in Illinois.
Braden Krien (MA, 2016) entered the PhD program at the University of Iowa.
William Storm (PhD, 2015) is adjunct faculty at Marquette University.
Steven Hackbarth (PhD, 2015) Professor at Wisconsin Lutheran College
Wendy Fall (MA, 2015) entered the PhD program at Marquette University.
Christine Gill (MA, 2015) teaches English at St. Joseph's High School.
Eric Kennedy (MA, 2015) entered the PhD program at Louisiana State University.
Danielle Klein (MA, 2015) received a Fulbright Scholarship to study in Spain.
Laura Linder-Scholer (MA, 2015) will be attending the University of St. Thomas in their Education Leadership and Administration program.
Alyssa McGrath (MA, 2015) entered the PhD program at Ball State University.
Michael Stock (MA, 2015) is an English Language Specialist at Carroll College in Wisconsin.
Emily Blaser (PhD, 2014) is adjunct faculty at Marquette University.
Daniel Burke (PhD, 2014) is a visiting assistant professor at Loyola University in Chicago.
Kathleen Burt (PhD, 2014) is an assistant professor at Middle Georgia State University
Ian DeJong (MA, 2014) is a Writing Center Consultant at Concordia University in Wisconsin.
Kimberly Singleton (MA, 2014) is an Office Specialist at Arizona State University.
Sarah Thompson (MA, 2014) entered the PhD program in English at the University
of South Carolina.
Elizabeth Wawrzyniak (MA, 2014) works as a librarian at Marquette University.
Elizabeth Aubin (BA ENGL, 2014) is a Middle School Language Arts Teacher at St. Catherine's.
Jacqueline Boratyn (BA WINE, 2014) is an English Teacher at Perspectives Charter Schools.
Mary Clement (BA ENGL, 2014) is a field coordinator on Michelle Nunn's Senate Campaign in Georgia.
Mallory Daily (BA WINE, 2014) is an Associate Producer at Interfaith Voices
Carly Anger (Ph.D., 2013) is an Assistant Professor of English at Olive Harvey College (part of the City Colleges of Chicago).
Karen Ann Galbraith (Ph.D., 2013) works as an independent marketing and web communications consultant.
Stephanie Stella (Ph.D., 2013) is a high school English teacher at St. Stephen's in Rome, Italy.
Marc Diefenderfer (MA, 2013) entered the PhD program at Purdue University.
Joanna Pfahler (MA, 2013) is a Content Marketing Specialist at MSI Data.
Megan Swanson (MA, 2013) is a Marketing Assistant at Capstone Publishers.
Maurene Damm (BA WINE, 2013) is a customer service specialist at bswift, a software company in downtown Chicago.
Timothy Hoff (BA ENGL, 2013) is a benefits verification specialist for CVS/Caremark.
Nicolas Lopez (BA WINE, 2013) is a social media consultant at Capstone National Partners.
Taylor Behnke (BA WINE, 2013) is the Marketing Outreach Coordinator at United Way of Dane County.
Megan Marren (BA ENGL, 2013) went on to grad school at DePaul University.
Sarah Babcock (PhD, 2012) is an Assistant Professor of Humanities at Trine University in Indiana.
Magdalen McKinley (PhD, 2012) is an Assistant Professor at William Rainey Harper College in Illinois.
Jarrod Hurlbert (PhD, 2012) - Adjunct faculty at Boise State University
Mark Kelley (MA, 2012) is Managing Editor at Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies and working on his PhD at the University of California, San Diego.
David Klonne (MA, 2012) is a District Manager at Cook Medical Inc.
Kelsey Squire (PhD, 2011) is an Assistant Professor at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, Ohio.
Eric Dunnum (PhD, 2011) is an Assistant Professor at Campbell University in North Carolina.
Andrew Czachowski (MA, 2011) is the Director of Marketing at Proline Fiber Optics.
Sullivan Oakley (BA WINE, 2011) is the Community Coordinator at the University of San Francisco
Dawn Freese (MA, 2010) is an English instructor at UW-Platteville.
Emily Blanchard (MA, 2010) is an Editor at American Appraisal Associates.
Mary Willenbring (PhD, 2009) is an Assistant Professor at Eastern University in Philadelphia, PA.
Martin Brick (PhD Marquette, 2009) Tenure track position at Ohio Dominican College in Columbus, OH.
Marcia Eppich-Harris (PhD Marquette, 2006) Tenure track position at Marian University in Indianapolis, IN.
Received Doctorate Degrees:
William M. Storm
Karen Ann Galbraith
Dana Edwards Prodoehl