sunday, feb. 1

Team Helping Hands for the Common Good

Noon – 1:30 p.m. or 1:30 – 3 p.m., Alumni Memorial Union, Marquette Place, Second Floor

Sponsored by MUSG and RHA

Got a big Super Bowl Sunday planned? Make it even better. Come help MUSG and RHA partner for the common good as together we package 25,000 meals for Stop Hunger Now, which
will deliver the meals to CRS sites in Burkina Faso. Sign up online for a 90-minute shift at this high-energy and fun event. Who cares? Marquette does. Let’s show them how.

Register to package meals by Jan. 28

Purchase meals to be donated


Mission Week Mass

4 p.m., Church of the Gesu

Please join Rev. Lúcás (Yiu Sing Luke) Chan, S.J. (presider), Rev. Nicky Santos, S.J. (homilist), the Liturgical Choir and members of the Jesuit community as together we launch Mission Week 2015. Don’t miss this special opportunity to prayerfully reflect on how we at Marquette can grow compassion and work for the common good.

 

monday, feb. 2

Morning Reflection on Sacred Texts

8:10 – 8:30 a.m., AMU, Room 254

Sponsored by Campus Ministry and the Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality

Marquette University community members from a variety of faiths will prayerfully share the texts that inspire and inform their religious traditions.

Rev. John Jones, Ph.D., Department of Philosophy - Orthodox tradition


Walk the Labyrinth

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family
See All Week schedule for more details.


Ignatian Art: The Adsum Prints

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family and surrounding spaces
See All Week schedule for more details.


Jen Betz: Survey of Latin America, Prof. Dr. Michael Donoghue, HIST 1301

9:00 - 9:50 a.m. Cramer Hall 004E

Sponsored by College of Professional Studies

Jennifer Betz will present on CRS’ work overseas, especially her work in Central America, as well as how students can practice and live in global solidarity in the U.S.

This is a private event.

Remembering James Foley, Voice for the Voiceless

Raynor Memorial Libraries, Foyer
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
See All Week schedule for more details.

One on the Journey: A Solidarity Walk with Catholic Relief Services

AMU, Rotunda
See All Week schedule for more details.

 

Thank You to the Jesuits of Marquette!

11:30 a.m., Open House Lunch Reception, AMU, Monaghan Ballroom
12:15 p.m., Program, AMU, Monaghan Ballroom

Sponsored by the Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality and Office of Mission and Ministry

Join President Michael R. Lovell for a special tribute to the men of the Society of Jesus, whose commitment to faith and the common good has guided the university’s mission for more than
130 years. Current and former members of the Marquette Jesuit community will be honored. Hors d’oeuvres will be served. Please respond by Jan. 28

Register Here

Book Discussion: Solidarity Will Transform the World: Stories of Hope from Catholic Relief Services by Jeffry Odell Korgen

2– 3:00 p.m., Raynor Memorial Libraries, Beaumier Suites

Sponsored by the Raynor Memorial Libraries

Stories touch and remain with us. Join other members of the Marquette community as we listen carefully to the voices of those serving in and served by CRS who are changed in the process.

Register Here

Madeleine Philbin: Dr. Kati Berg's Public Relations Campaigns (PURE 4997)

2 - 3:15 p.m. AMU, 227

Sponsored by the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication and
College of Education

Using Storytelling across multiple platforms to advocate for humanitarian and social justice issues to help Catholics put their faith into action.

Register Here

CRS across Campuses: Better Together

2 – 3:30 p.m., AMU, Room 157

The Marquette Center for Peacemaking and John Paul II Center of the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater will host potential CRS advocates and organizers from area campuses and Newman Centers, to learn about CRS student projects at Marquette and catalyze CRS programing around the state.

To join the conversation, contact the Center for Peacemaking at 8.8444 by Jan. 26.

Mission Week Opening Keynote Address
Who Cares? Charity, Justice and the Quest for the Common Good

Dr. Carolyn Woo, President and CEO of Catholic Relief Services

4 p.m. Address, AMU, Weasler Auditorium
5 p.m. Public Reception, AMU, Rotunda

Join Dr. Carolyn Woo, who leads the international humanitarian agency for the Catholic Church in the United States, for a discussion about how we view charity and justice in today’s world and how the Marquette community can have a significant impact on the lives of those who are underserved. Woo’s distinguished career includes serving as dean of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business for 14 years and associate executive vice president for academic affairs at Purdue University. Recently, she was featured in Foreign Policy magazine as one of the “500 most powerful individuals on the planet” and one of 33 in the category of “a force for good.” Complimentary tickets are available in the AMU’s Brooks Lounge. Two tickets per person: available while supplies last.

 

tuesday, feb. 3

Morning Reflection on Sacred Texts

8:10 – 8:30 a.m., AMU, Room 254

Sponsored by Campus Ministry and the Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality

Marquette University community members from a variety of faiths will prayerfully share the texts that inspire and inform their religious traditions.

Jacqueline Schram, Office of Public Affairs - Native American traditions

 

Remembering James Foley, Voice for the Voiceless

Raynor Memorial Libraries, Foyer
1 – 8 p.m.
See All Week schedule for more details.


Walk the Labyrinth

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family
See All Week schedule for more details.


Ignatian Art: The Adsum Prints

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family and surrounding spaces
See All Week schedule for more details.

One on the Journey: A Solidarity Walk with Catholic Relief Services

AMU, Rotunda
See All Week schedule for more details.


Dr. David Leege: Class: Morality and human rights - economic, environmental and resource issues in world politics.

9:30 - 10:45 a.m., Wehr Chemistry, Room 002

Sponsored by the Graduate School and Raynor Memorial Libraries

 

Jen Betz: How to Use Contemplative Practices for Community Transformation

9 - 11 a.m. Redeemer Lutheran Church

Sponsored by College of Professional Studies

This is a private event.

 

Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi: Lunch Discussion with Doctoral Nursing Students, Health Sciences and Dental Students

11 am - 12:15 pm Dental School, S107

Sponsored Colleges of Health Sciences, Nursing and the Dental School

This is a private event.

 

Dr. David Leege: Meeting with University Leadership Coucil

11 am - 1:30 p.m. Henke Lounge for discussion and AMU 252 for lunch

Sponsored by the Graduate School, Raynor Memorial Libraries, Center for Peacemaking and the Office of Mission and Ministry

Under our strategic plan, “Marquette is increasingly recognized for the collaborative research and scholarship by our faculty and students. Research at Marquette has a strong sense of purpose and action, whether it is through the extension of knowledge beyond existing boundaries, the development of solutions to the world’s most pressing problems or the search for answers to life’s deepest questions.”

Dr. Leege is looking forward to meeting with the University Leadership Council to explore potential research collaborations between Catholic Relief Services and Marquette University.

This is a private event.

 

Soup with Substance — Holly Schapker on the Adsum Prints

Noon, AMU, Room 227

Sponsored by Campus Ministry and the Center for Peacemaking

Artist Holly Schapker will share the three-year sojourn that led her to the creation of the Adsum series, which portrays the mission of St. Ignatius Loyola. Schapker says her paintings represent, “All I know and feel about my life as a Catholic and as an artist.” Prints will be on display throughout the week near the Chapel of the Holy Family, on the second floor of the AMU.

 

Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi: Doctoral Class on Vulnerable Populations

12:30 - 2:45 p.m., Clark Hall 216

Sponsored by the College of Health Sciences and the Dental School

 

Dr. David Leege: Meeting with Trinity Fellows

2 - 3:00 p.m. AMU, Henke Lounge

Sponsored by the Graduate School and Raynor Memorial Libraries

This is a private event.

 

Dr. David Leege: Linking Faculty Research with the Work of CRS

3:30 – 4:30, AMU, Henke Lounge

Sponsored by the Graduate School and Raynor Memorial Libraries

Open meeting for Marquette faculty members.

Dr. David Leege is director of university engagement and research with CRS, focusing on the development of research and other collaboration with universities. His extensive career includes service in Angola, managing food security and income generation projects in war-affected communities, and work in Benin, Pakistan, Cambodia, Rwanda and Burundi. He has overseen programs in food security, agriculture, microfinance, maternal child health and peace-building, funded by USAID, the European Union and private donors.

Register Here

 

Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi: Public Health and the Common Good: Undergraduate lecture to Nursing Community Health Students and Health Sciences Public Health Students.

3:30 – 4:45 p.m., AMU, Room 163

Sponsored by the College of Health Sciences, College of Nursing and Dental School

Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi is CRS’ senior technical adviser for HIV care and treatment specializing in anti-retroviral therapy and other approaches aimed at fighting HIV. His extensive experience in global health issues includes work in Uganda, Zambia and Ethiopia, as well as leading the recovery and stabilization of the AIDS relief program in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.

Register Here

 

Go for the Gold with Your Life!

Bonnie Blair and Catherine Hicks

7 p.m., Address, AMU, Monaghan Ballroom
8 p.m. Reception, AMU, Lynch Lounge

Sponsored by the College of Education and J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication

One of the most decorated athletes in Olympic history, speed skater Bonnie Blair will discuss how she works to advance the common good of others as a CRS spokesperson. She’ll be joined by another face of CRS, actress Catherine Hicks, who appeared in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and 7th Heaven, as the two reflect on what it means to be a public figure and a champion for a better world.

Register Here

 

wednesday, feb. 4

Morning Reflection on Sacred Texts

8:10 – 8:30 a.m., AMU, Room 254

Sponsored by Campus Ministry and the Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality

Marquette University community members from a variety of faiths will prayerfully share the texts that inspire and inform their religious traditions.

Prof. Alan Madry, Law School, Hindu tradition

 

Walk the Labyrinth

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family
See All Week schedule for more details.


Ignatian Art: The Adsum Prints

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family and surrounding spaces
See All Week schedule for more details.

One on the Journey: A Solidarity Walk with Catholic Relief Services

AMU, Rotunda
See All Week schedule for more details.


Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi: Discussion with Staff at AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin

9 - 10:30 a.m.

Sponsored by the Colleges of Health Sciences, Nursing and the Dental School

This is a private event.

 

Remembering James Foley, Voice for the Voiceless

Raynor Memorial Libraries, Foyer
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

See All Week schedule for more details.

 

Vanessa Tobin: Tour of Engineering Water Quality Center

11 a.m. - Noon, Engineering Hall 435

Sponsored by the College of Engineering, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, and Law School

This is a private event.

 

Madeleine Philbin: Supporting Access to Quality Education for All

Noon – 1:00 p.m., Schroeder Health Complex, Room 112

Sponsored by the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication and College of Education

Madeleine Philbin, Regional Director of CRS Midwest in Chicago, will share lunch and conversation with faculty, staff, and students in the College of Education and the Diederich College of Communication.  Participants will have the opportunity to learn how CRS and its partners promote and support access to quality basic education for all—with a particular focus on children in crisis situations, and children with disabilities—bringing into action the CRS priorities of Access and Equity, Education for a culture of peace, and Community Participation.

Register Here

 

Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi: Lunch with Physician Assistant Studies Students

Noon - 1 p.m. AMU, Room 163

Sponsored by the Colleges of Health Sciences, Nusing and the Dental School

This is a private event.

 

Vanessa Tobin and Discussion Panel: Water and the Common Good

Noon – 2:00 p.m., Opus College of Engineering, 236 (lunch in 4th floor Atrium)

Sponsored by the Opus College of Engineering, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, and Law School

Vanessa Tobin is CRS’ senior technical adviser for water supply, sanitation and water resources development, which includes support in the water-related areas of health and well-being, emergencies, agriculture, environment, and conflict. Previously, Tobin led all activities and functions of UNICEF in the Philippines, which included planning and implementing programs for children and women, advocacy and resource mobilization, and emergency response. She has served in many managerial and technical capacities in Egypt, Nepal, Pakistan, South Sudan and Lesotho. Other panelists are Dan Zitomer, Sr. Jan Gregorish and Mike Paddock. The Moderator is Brooke Mayer (Environmental Engineering).

Lunch reception will follow.

Register Here

 

Thinking about Volunteering After Graduation?

Noon – 4:30 p.m., AMU, Room 254

Sponsored by the Office of Student Development

Serving for a year or two after graduation is a great way to get experience and put your Marquette education into practice on behalf of others. Stop by to talk with current and former volunteers from a variety of places, explore the available options and pick up information about some organizations to consider.

Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi: Global Humanitarian Aid Class

1 - 1:50 p.m. Lalumiere, 396

Sponsored by the Colleges of Health Sciences, Nusing and the Dental School

This is a private event.

 

Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi: Discussion about Public Health with Dental School and Students

2 - 3 p.m. Dental School, 306

Sponsored by the Colleges of Health Sciences, Nusing and the Dental School

This is a private event.

 

Vanessa Tobin: John Pustejovsky's German Short Story Class - "Suddenly at the Edge"

2 - 3:15 p.m. Lalumiere, 192

Sponsored by the College of Engineering, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, and Law School

"Suddenly at the Edge" Vanessa Tobin will share stories and reflect on experiences of people who have suddenly found themselves at the edge of human existence due to war or natural disaster.

Up to 50 seats

Register Here

 

Vanessa Tobin and Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi: "Water and Sanitation as Justice and Community Issues"

4 – 5:15 p.m., Clark Hall, Room 111

Vanessa Tobin and Dr. Kazadi will join Dr. Terry Tobin's Primary Health Care Concepts class to disucss water and healthcare quality as justice and community issues.

Up to 100 non-class members may attend this session.

Register Here

 

Take a Leap! Delve into Dialogue Dinners

5 – 6:30 p.m., Alumni Memorial Union, 3rd Floor Monaghan Ballroom, Registration in Lynch Lounge

Co-sponsored by the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee

Want to experience an unforgettable evening right on campus? Join one of your favorite professors or administrative leaders, along with neighbors from our community, for a dinnertime conversation about making Marquette, Milwaukee and the world a better place. These boundary-breaking dinners of six to eight people will be held in rooms in the AMU and facilitated by student leaders.

Register Here

 

thursday, feb. 5

 

Vanessa Tobin: Breakfast with Marquette Faculty and Researches from Global Water Center and small group meetings

8 - 10:00 a.m. Global Water Center

Sponsored by the College of Engineering, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, and Law School

This is a private event.

Morning Reflection on Sacred Texts

8:10 – 8:30 a.m., AMU, Room 254

Sponsored by Campus Ministry and the Faber Center for Ignaitan Spirituality

Marquette University community members from a variety of faiths will prayerfully share the texts that inspire and inform their religious traditions.

Dr. Michael Vater, Department of Philosophy - Buddhist tradition


Walk the Labyrinth

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family
See All Week schedule for more details.


Ignatian Art: The Adsum Prints

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family and surrounding spaces
See All Week schedule for more details.

One on the Journey: A Solidarity Walk with Catholic Relief Services

AMU, Rotunda
See All Week schedule for more details.

Book Discussion — Solidarity Will Transform the World: Stories of Hope from Catholic Relief Services by Jeffry Odell Korgen

10 – 11:00 a.m., Raynor Memorial Libraries, Beaumier Suites

Sponsored by the Raynor Memorial Libraries.

See Monday’s listing for details.

Register Here

 

Vanessa Tobin: “On the Issues” with Mike Gousha

12:15 – 1:30 p.m., Eckstein Hall, Appellate Courtroom

Sponsored by the College of Engineering, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, and Law School

Clean, plentiful water is virtually a given in this region. But Vanessa Tobin will share a very different reality with us, one in which people may walk for hours to bring water to their families. What is being done to address the critical supply of our most precious resource, as well as sanitation and sustainability issues in nations around the world? Tobin’s experiences and observations should be of particular interest to individuals and companies in Milwaukee, which is home to the Global Water Center.

Register Here

Vanessa Tobin: Lunch with Marquette University Student Organization Members

1:30 – 2:30 p.m., Eckstein Hall, Room 433

Sponsored by the College of Engineering, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, and Law School

Registration is required. Registration for all events opens early January, 2015. Please respond to University Special Events by Jan. 26.

One on the Journey: A Solidarity Prayer Walk with Catholic Relief Services

TIME , AMU, Lunda Room

“There is One body and One spirit, just as you were called to the One hope of your calling.” — Ephesians 4:4 You will have the opportunity to join in a special experience of prayer, solidarity and kinship during the Solidarity Prayer Walk, which will give us a better understanding of who we are and who we are called to be.

 

Vanessa Tobin: Lunch with Law School faculty

1:30 – 2:30 p.m., AMU, Lunda Room

Sponsored by the College of Engineering, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, and Law School

 

Closing Keynote Address
Bringing it Home: Connecting the Work of CRS to Marquette

Vanessa Tobin and Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi

4 p.m., Address, AMU, Weasler Auditorium
5 p.m. Public Reception, AMU, Rotunda

Marquette is poised to connect even more deeply to a world in need through its distinctive partnership with Catholic Relief Services. Join two CRS key leaders — Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi and Vanessa Tobin — as they bring the urgent, life-saving work of CRS into full focus and talk about the ways in which being the difference is not only possible, but imperative. From relieving unthinkable suffering to catalyzing structural change, CRS is on the global scene and ready to serve in partnership with Marquette and others.

Complimentary tickets are available in the AMU’s Brooks Lounge. Two tickets per person; while supplies last.

 

friday, feb. 6

Morning Reflection on Sacred Texts

8:10 – 8:30 a.m., AMU, Room 254

Sponsored by Campus Ministry and Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality

Marquette University community members from a variety of faiths will prayerfully share the texts that inspire and inform their religious traditions.

Rev. Jessica Short, Marquette Univeristy Affiliated Minister, Lutheran Campus Miinstry, ELCA: Lutheran tradition

 

Walk the Labyrinth

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family
See All Week schedule for more details.


Ignatian Art: The Adsum Prints

AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family and surrounding spaces
See All Week schedule for more details.

 

One on the Journey: A Solidarity Walk with Catholic Relief Services

AMU, Rotunda
See All Week schedule for more details.

 

The Potential of Social Innovation to Address Racism and Discrimination in Milwaukee: A Campus and Community Conference

8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Monaghan Ballroom

Sponsored by the Social Innovation Initiative and College of Business Administration

Milwaukee is consistently ranked among the nation’s most racially and economically segregated cities. Segregation creates barriers to education and health care, hinders community development and growth in entrepreneurship, and is a sign of a city divided. We all have a stake in combatting it.

Marquette invites campus and community members to join in a day of conversation and exploration about innovative interventions focused on reducing racism and its pernicious effects. Show your care for the common good of our city and each other by participating in this important event.

Conference registration has reached capacity. Please contact University Special Events at 414.288.7431 or universityspecialevents@mu.edu to be added to a wait list. You will be contracted by 3 pm on Thursday 2/5 if space has opened up for the conference.

 

Ignatian Examination of Consciousness:
Reflecting Together on the Mission Week Experience

3:30 – 4:00 p.m., AMU, Chapel of the Holy Family

Sponsored by Campus Ministry

Aaron Tyler McCoy, Graduate Student, Masters in Theology

The Ignatian tradition is deeply rooted in the practice of reflection, meditation and contemplation. At the end of a brimming Mission Week, we invite you to join your Marquette comunity and take a few minutes to reflect on the learning and spiritual insights gained, and what they might mean for our future.

Catholic Relief Services photos

Schedule

Opening Keynote Address

Monday, Feb. 2
4 p.m. Address, AMU, Weasler Auditorium
5 p.m. Public Reception, AMU, Rotunda

Dr. Carolyn Woo, President and CEO of Catholic Relief Services

Closing Keynote Address

Thursday, Feb. 5
4 p.m. Address, AMU, Weasler Auditorium
5 p.m. Public Reception, AMU, Rotunda

Vanessa Tobin and
Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi.
Catholic Relief Services