— July 30, 2007 —
- Undergraduate research to be presented at health sciences research day
- Time for annual library book renewal/return
- 16th Street entrance to parking structure closing for two weekends
- Library newsletter features reading recommendations
- Who are they and what do they do?
- New information sensitivity policy posted
- Haggerty Museum showcases Waswo photographs
- Attend Mass tomorrow for the Feast of St. Ignatius
- Marquette Interchange highlights for the week of July 30
1. Undergraduate research to be presented at health sciences research day
The College of Health Sciences Fourth Annual Student Research Day will feature biomedical research presentations by the 22 students from the college’s competitive summer program. Students will present their research Friday, Aug. 3, in the Grand Ballroom of the Alumni Memorial Union.
Poster presentations will be from 9 to 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., separated by a 10:30 keynote address by Dr. Jack Brooks, former dean of the College of Health Sciences. Sessions will include presentations in communications, humanities, social sciences, psychology, engineering and physical sciences. Refreshments will be provided.
The students, rising sophomore, junior and senior undergraduate students with interests in biomedical research, conducted their projects in the laboratories of 14 participating faculty mentors. This year’s participants also included two students who were selected and funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse through its Summer Research with NIDA Program.
For more information, contact Cathy Morrell at 8-7329.
2. Time for annual library book renewal/return
All books checked out from the Raynor Memorial general collection that are due Aug. 11 need to be renewed. The new due date is Aug. 8, 2008.
As a courtesy to others, please return items no longer needed. If you already renewed your books, there is no need to repeat this process.
To renew items on your account:
• Go to the Raynor Memorial Libraries homepage.
• Under the "Services" column select “Your Library Record.”
• Enter your first and last name and 14-digit Marquette Card Barcode number from your MUID.
• Select "Items Currently Checked Out."
• Renew individual titles by selecting the “Renew” button in front of each book.
• After selecting individual titles, click on the "Renew Selected Items" button, or if you wish to renew all checked-out items, select the “Renew All” button.
After Sept. 11 you will have to bring the books to the library for renewal.
If you have an authorized assistant, call the Circulation Department at 8-7555 to renew any material checked out to those records. If your assistant will no longer be working with you, notify the library so these materials can be transferred to your personal record. Call Raynor Circulation at 8-7555 for more information.
3. 16th Street entrance to parking structure closing for two weekends
The 16th Street entrance to the 16th Street Parking Structure (Structure 1) will be closed for maintenance work over the next two weekends — Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 4 and 5 and 11 and 12. Vehicles will be unable to enter the structure from 16th Street over the entire four days.
Parking Services will shift lot attendant operations to the 17th Street side. Visitors and guests will still be required to pay the $3 weekend entry charge.
4. Library newsletter features reading recommendations
Raynor Memorial Libraries has released a summer reading issue of Ex Libris. The online newsletter presents an eclectic mix of fiction and nonfiction recommendations by library staff, including a new mystery by Marquette alumnus Con Lehane, Jour '67. All recommended items are held in library collections and are available for checkout.
5. Who are they and what do they do?
Meet Dr. Keenan Grenell, associate provost for diversity, and Dr. Kerry Egdorf, ombudsman, and learn more about their roles at “Who Are They And What Do They Do?” This Grow With Marquette session is Tuesday, July 31, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Raynor Memorial Libraries, Conference Room C (lower level). Find out what happens in our university's Diversity Office and what role Dr. Grenell plays in shaping our campus diversity initiatives and priorities, and what it means to have an independent, neutral, confidential office on campus to answer questions about policies and procedures and assist you in resolving work-related issues.
In a separate Grow With Marquette session, meet with Wisconsin artist Gina Litherland and tour the Haggerty Museum Exhibition, “Queens and Vagabonds: Paintings by Gina Litherland.” This session is Wednesday, Aug. 1, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the Haggerty Museum of Art. In her detailed and inventive paintings, Litherland explores themes of ritual, desire, intuition, the natural world, the human/animal boundary, children's games and memory.
Register by calling Human Resources, 8-7305. Space is limited.
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7. Haggerty Museum showcases Waswo photographs
The Haggerty Museum of Art exhibition "India Poems: The Photographs of Milwaukee Artist Waswo X. Waswo," which runs through Sept. 23, features a suite of photographs taken by Waswo while he was traveling across the Indian subcontinent between 1999 and 2004. A Milwaukee native, Waswo has published two volumes of poetry and one book of photography. He is working on a new photography book as well as another volume of written poems.
8. Attend Mass tomorrow for the Feast of St. Ignatius
The office of University Advancement invites the Marquette community to Mass for the Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola, tomorrow, July 31. Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Frank Majka, University Ministry, at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of the Holy Family on the second floor of AMU.
9. Marquette Interchange highlights for the week of July 30
The focus of the Interchange Project has shifted from demolition to construction. The placement of large steel beams requires changes in local streets and freeway closures. Due to the size of the beams and the height of their placement, overnight closures will run into daylight hours. Until all beams are placed, closures will be more frequent and will occur on both city streets and the freeway.
Much of this work is planned over the next 13 weekends, as well as a few evenings. These operations are extremely delicate and weather-sensitive. The contractors' goal is to get most of the remaining beams placed before cold and windy weather sets in. This will allow for other, less weather-related work this winter.
• Night deck pours and/or beam installation will occur south of Straz Tower from Monday, July 31, through Sunday, Aug. 5.
• Tory Hill/ Clybourn is partially open from 10th to 16th Street with a single westbound lane open in the eastbound roadway; eastbound is still closed from 16th to 13th streets.
• Wisconsin Avenue is restricted to a single eastbound lane between 19th and 20th street, and westbound between 4th and 10th streets, temporarily moving into the eastbound roadway.
• St Paul will be closed both directions from 5th to 13th streets:
Friday, Aug. 3, 9 a.m. to noon
Saturday, Aug. 4, all day
Sunday, Aug. 5, all day
Monday, Aug. 6, until 6 a.m.
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for Marquette faculty and staff. The deadline for the Monday edition is noon Friday. The deadline for the Thursday edition is noon Wednesday.
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