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Marquette University In The News is a weekly compilation of top media reports about Marquette University and members of the university community.

June 1, 2016

TOP STORIES

Marquette University, Aurora Health Care partnership shows leadership

In January, Marquette and Aurora Health Care partnered to construct a state-of-the-art athletic performance research center. An op-ed written by John Torinus, chairman of Serigraph Inc., states that it may have significant economic impact.

Story appeared on Urban Milwaukee, May 31, 2016

Phillip Naylor, professor of history, wrote an article on rock-and-roll in the Soviet Bloc. “The reaction to rock and youth counterculture in the East and West was not that different,” Naylor said.

Story appeared on Project Muse, May 25, 2016

Marquette Student Veterans Association, Veteran Affairs Nursing Academic Partnership, Zablocki VA Medical Center to co-host forum on veteran care

Marquette University’s Student Veterans Association, VANAP and the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center will co-host “Embracing Change from the Soldier to Civilian: Veterans Transition to Accessing Care and Services.” The forum will be held Monday, July 25, in the Alumni Memorial Union.

Story appeared on Urban Milwaukee, May 31, 2016

Abdur Chowdhury, professor of economics, discussed the growth of private sector jobs at the national and state level. “Job growth in the high-paying, high-skilled areas such as manufacturing, construction and financial services have not been as strong as lower-wage sectors, and as a result wages have not been shot up,” Chowdhury said.

Story appeared on WiscNews and Leader-Telegram, May 29-31, 2016

Tina Stoeckmann, clinical associate professor of physical therapy, discussed the rapid advancement of technology in rehab and the cost-benefit ratio of these technologies.

Story appeared on Stevens Point Journal, May 27, 2016

John Cotton, professor of management, commented on CAIR filing an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint against Ariens Company. Cotton says he’s concerned that this case might send the wrong message to other companies. “The signal is that companies should be kind of very black and white in terms of allowing any kind of exceptions to the rules,” Cotton said.

Story aired on WUWM-Radio (89.7 FM), May 25, 2016

Marquette impacted by Voter ID law in Wisconsin

A recent article mentioned a handful of schools, including Marquette University, that were impacted by Wisconsin’s Voter ID law. The majority of student IDs do not meet the law’s requirements, which led to many college campuses having long lines on Election Day.

Story appeared on Marshfield News-Herald, May 28, 2016


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