- Five promoted to emeritus status
- University Faculty for Life holding “Life and Learning” conference
- Graduate School of Management holding information sessions
- Graduate School hosting open house
- College of Professional Studies offering information session
- 1212 Building demolition starts today
- Spirit Shop holding clearance sale
- Marquette Interchange highlights for the week of May 27
1. Five promoted to emeritus status
Dr. David L. Shrock, interim provost, and four faculty members have been conferred with emeritus status. Shrock will hold the rank of dean emeritus. Dr. Daniel Haworth, professor of chemistry; Dr. Michael McKinney, former dean of the Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences and professor of chemistry; Rev. Roland Teske, professor of philosophy; and Dr. Christopher Wolfe, professor of political science, were each designated professor emeritus.
The rank of emeritus may be conferred upon a retiring tenured faculty member or a retiring academic administrator in recognition of the sustained high-quality performance shown throughout his/her career. The University Committee on Faculty Promotions and Tenure recommends emeritus cases to the provost and president for final approval.
2. University Faculty for Life holding “Life and Learning” conference
University Faculty for Life will hold its 18th annual “Life and Learning” conference Friday, May 30, and Saturday, May 31, in the Alumni Memorial Union. The purpose is to foster multidisciplinary dialogue and collaboration among professors concerned about human life. Plenary speakers include Dr. Edmund D. Pellegrino, professor emeritus of medicine and medical ethics at Georgetown University; Dr. Janet Smith, the Father Michael J. McGivney chair of life ethics and a professor of moral theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit; and Dr. Christopher Wolfe, professor of political science. Faculty from more than 20 academic institutions will also present papers during the conference.
The $60 registration fee covers a reception on Friday afternoon and a continental breakfast, refreshments between sessions, lunch and a Saturday banquet. Students are welcome. A limited number of scholarships for students are available.
For a registration form, schedule of events or more information, contact Dr. Richard J. Fehring, professor of nursing, at 8-3838.
3. Graduate School of Management holding information sessions
The Graduate School of Management will hold several information sessions covering curriculum, admissions requirements, application process and other information in June. All sessions (except June 5) will start with a 5:30 p.m. reception followed by the 6 p.m. presentation. Sessions are:
Monday, June 2: Executive MBA program, College of Business Administration Executive Center, Straz Hall, second floor.
Tuesday, June 3: Waukesha MBA Program, at MRA, the management association, N19 W24400 Riverwood Dr., Waukesha.
Wednesday, June 4: Kohler MBA Program, at The American Club, 419 Highland Dr., Kohler, Wis.
Thursday, June 5: On-campus MBA and MS programs, College of Business Administration Executive Center, Straz Hall, second floor. The reception is at 5 p.m. and the presentation is 5:30 p.m.
To RSVP or for more information, call 8-7145 or e-mail.
4. Graduate School hosting open house
The Graduate School will hold an open house
Thursday, June 5, from
5 to 7 p.m. in the Alumni Memorial Union third floor ballrooms.
The event will include information about the Graduate School and its more than 40 graduate programs, tours and meeting with program faculty. Staff will provide information about the application process, financial aid, student life and more. The $40 application fee will be waived for all applications submitted at the open house.
RSVP online by Tuesday, June 3.
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5. College of Professional Studies offering information session
The College of Professional Studies will hold an information session Saturday, June 14, for working adults interested in pursuing undergraduate degrees. The session will be held in Cudahy Hall 414, from 10 to 11:15 a.m.
The session will provide details on the degrees available, class schedules, financial aid options and the application and admission process.
Call 8-3153 to register for the session, or RSVP online.
6. 1212 Building demolition starts today
About 100 campus community members attended the farewell program marking the demolition of the 1212 Building today, May 27.
Rev. Michael Class, S.J., provided a reflection. The winning ode honoring the building was written by Bill O’Brien, senior advancement information officer in University Advancement:
1212’s Going Away
(tune: Ta-ra-ra boom de-ay)
I never thought they’d say,
The 1212’s going away,
So gross and grim and gray,
Let’s tear it down today!
Its bleak and dim-lit halls,
The clammy, dusty walls,
The rumbling bathroom stalls,
They won’t be missed at all.
Windows high as summer’s heat,
File cabinets aligned so neat,
Old colleagues always sweet,
Let’s clear it from the street.
The lifts so swift, the stairwells bright,
The ceiling floods at night,
It never fit us right,
Oh, spare us from this fright.
Don’t be glum and don’t be scared,
About the past we’ve shared,
The new place will be swell,
Let’s bid this heap farewell.
The wrecking ball started the demolition immediately following the short ceremony.
The university will build a new student services/external relations building on the 1212 site. The new building will house Undergraduate Admissions, Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid, and the Bursar’s Office. In addition, administrative units, including the Offices of the President, Provost, Senior Vice President, General Counsel, University Mission and Identity, Administration, University Advancement and Marketing and Communication, will be located in the new building.
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