Provost John Pauly invites the Marquette community to assist the work of the dean search committees for the Klingler College of Arts & Sciences and the OPUS Dean of the College of Engineering. Search information can be found on the Marquette Web site at http://www.marquette.edu/klinglerdean and www.marquette.edu/opusdean.
“Experts in leadership searches believe firmly that the great majority of successful placements come through a personal network, not advertisements,” said Pauly. “There’s no substitute for a colleague or friend reaching out to someone in their personal or professional network, making them aware of our special opportunities. The outcomes of these searches are critical and will allow us to build on the results of Marquette’s successful leadership placements in recent years.”
Dr. H. Richard Friman, search committee chair for arts & sciences, and Dr. Kyuil Kim, search committee chair for engineering, echoed Pauly’s invitation. They have already engaged their respective committees, asking them to forward the links and seek nominations. Questions about either search can be directed to the respective search committee chair.
Kristi Bowman, associate professor of law at Michigan State University, will speak on “Equality, Equity and the Education of Marquette Women for the Next 100 Years,” Friday, Nov. 13, at 2 p.m. in Sensenbrenner 325. A panel of Marquette faculty and students/alumnae respondents will comment. The event is free and open to the public. No registration is needed. The program is sponsored by the Subcommittee on Equity of the Committee on Faculty Welfare, in conjunction with the Centennial Celebration of Women at Marquette.
Marquette Army ROTC will honor the late professor of military science Col. Edward Dey and his family by dedicating an Army ROTC library in his name on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 8 a.m. in the Old Gym. Dey devoted his time and expertise to develop ROTC cadets at Marquette into strong, intelligent leaders from 1965 to 1973. Since his death in 2002, Dey’s wife and nine children have continued that legacy by donating funds each year to Army ROTC for books and technology.
TRI-ROTC (Navy, Army and Air Force ROTC) will also hold a Veterans Day Ceremony at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, in the Old Gym. Alex Kaleta, former assistant professor of military science and currently senior associate registrar, will serve as guest speaker.
Marquette’s Naval ROTC recently participated in the 37th Annual University of Wisconsin NROTC Fall Invitational, winning the overall competition and collecting first place in three of the six events. The invitational included the universities of Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Northwestern, Ohio State and host Wisconsin from the Big Ten; Colorado, Missouri and Iowa State from the Big 12; Marquette from the BIG EAST and Miami (Ohio) from the Mid-American Conference. Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) from the Chicago NROTC Consortium also sent their unit to Madison. Marquette accumulated 595 points, 140 points ahead of the second-place finisher.
The Les Aspin Center for Government Alumni Council will hold "The Way Forward" on health care reform in America, "Unaffordable or Unavoidable?: A Forum on Health Care Reform,” Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.m. in Marquette Hall 200.
• Dr. Susan Giaimo, visiting assistant professor of political science
• Dr. John McAdams, associate professor of political science
• Dr. Robert Kraig, executive director, Citizen Action of Wisconsin
• State Rep. Leah Vukmir, representative for Wisconsin’s 14th Assembly District
The event is free and open to the public.
"The Way Forward" series offers interactive forums with a panel of experts that examine the way forward for our nation on a variety of public policy issues. For more information, contact the Les Aspin Center's Marquette office at 8-7446.
The Department of Performing Arts will present one of Shakespeare’s best-known comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Nov. 12 through Nov. 22.
• Thursday, Nov. 12, through Saturday, Nov. 14, at 7:30 p.m.
• Sunday, Nov. 15, at 2:30 p.m.
• Wednesday, Nov. 18, through Saturday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m.
• Sunday, Nov. 22, at 2:30 p.m.
Ticket prices range from $5 to $20. The theatre box office at 8-7504. Discounts are offered to senior citizens and Marquette students, employees and alumni.
As part of Philanthropy Friday events, the Department of Performing Arts will also raise money for St. Ben’s Community Meal program Nov. 13 and 20. For every single ticket sold, the department will donate 10 percent to St. Ben’s.
U.S. Senator Russ Feingold will be a guest for On the Issues With Mike Gousha Friday, Nov. 13, from noon to 1 p.m. in Sensenbrenner 307.
Feingold, a Wisconsin Democrat, attorney and former Rhodes Scholar, is known for his independent streak. He will discuss today’s pressing issues, such as health care reform and the war in Afghanistan.
Gousha, an award-winning journalist, continues his “On the Issues” series of provocative and insightful interviews with local and national public officials, journalists and other newsmakers throughout the year. A complete schedule is available online.
MUSG will host events this week with Anya Kamenetz, writer of the Pulitzer Prize nominated, Generation Debt: The New Economics of Being Young; and Dasha Kelly, spoken word artist.
Kamenetz will present “Generation Debt” tactics for Generation Y to manage finances and how to make the economy work to their advantage at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10, in the Weasler Auditorium. This free event is held in conjunction with The Centennial Celebration of Women at Marquette.
MUSG’s Diversity Commission will present “Soulistic Groove: An evening of spoken word poetry” featuring Dasha Kelly and local teen poets at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, in the Annex. Kelly is the founder and director of Still Waters Collective, a Milwaukee-based organization that uses creative writing as a tool for building new models of leadership and empowerment.
Dr. Maxwell Johnson, professor of liturgical studies at the University of Notre Dame, will deliver the second annual Theotokos Lecture, “The Virgin of Guadalupe in Ecumenical Context: One Lutheran’s Perspective,” Sunday, Nov. 15, at 2 p.m. in Emory Clark Hall 111. Johnson’s lecture will discuss the Lutheran outlook on the apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe. A reception will follow.
Johnson's research interests and publications are in the origins and development of early Christian Liturgy, the history and theology of the rites of Christian initiation, the liturgical year and the Eucharist; and current ecumenical theological questions, especially among Roman Catholics, Lutherans and Anglicans. He is the author or editor of several books and more than 60 articles in scholarly and pastoral-theological publications.
Distinguished Professor of Law Janine Geske and the Marquette University Law School Restorative Justice Initiative will be honored with the Director’s Community Leadership Award from the FBI. The award is presented on behalf of the director of the FBI to individuals and organizations in recognition of their efforts to combat crime, terrorism, drugs and violence in America. Nominations are made by each of the 56 local FBI field offices.
Richard Ruminski, special agent in charge of the Milwaukee division of the FBI, will present the award tomorrow, Nov. 10, at the Restorative Justice Initiative’s annual conference, which this year addresses school bullying. In spring 2010, Geske will be honored by FBI Director Robert Mueller, III, with other recipients at a ceremony at FBI headquarters in Washington, DC.
Dr. Steve Guastello, professor of psychology, will present a colloquium for the Department of Psychology on Thursday, Nov. 12, at 3:30 p.m. in Schroeder Complex 256. He will present “Chaos, Complexity and Emergency Response.”
Dr. Alice Barkan, professor of biology at the Institute of Molecular Biology at the University of Oregon, will present a Department of Biological Sciences seminar Friday, Nov. 13, at 3:15 p.m. in Wehr Life Sciences 111. The title of the presentation is “The Parallel RNA Universe of Plant Organelles.”
The Department of Chemistry will hold a colloquium Friday, Nov. 13, at 4:15 p.m. in Todd Wehr Chemistry 121. Dr. Eric Houser, project manager at the Science and Technology Branch of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, will present “The Science of Threat Detection.”
A Taizé Prayer Service will be held today, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. in the AMU Chapel of the Holy Family. The prayer service will be offered for the poor in conjunction with Hunger and Homelessness Month.
Taizé Prayer is a form of Christian prayer founded by a community of Brothers in Taizé, France. The prayer includes meditative songs, Scripture reading, silent reflection and prayers of intercession. All faiths are welcome.
For more information, contact Rachelle Kramer, assistant director of campus ministry, at 8-3695.
The Jeanette Kapus Silver Wings Chapter will host its third annual Service Member Appreciation Day to show appreciation for the armed forces. Members of Silver Wings will provide thank you cards and banners for attendees to personalize with notes of gratitude to men and women service members on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the AMU second floor lobby. These cards and banners will be sent to military contacts of Silver Wings.
Career Services Center will host a Job Search Workshop on Thursday, Nov. 12, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., in Holthusen Hall, first floor seminar room. Job and internship assistance will be provided, as well as free resources.
Phi Alpha Theta, the history honor society, will host a screening of the 1957 Stanley Kubrick film, Paths of Glory, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, in Lalumiere 176. The film tells the story of four French soldiers on trial for mutiny during World War I.
Dr. Julius Ruff, professor of history, will give a talk with the film.
Delta Phi Alpha, the German National Honor Society, will show Freedom Without Walls, a short documentary observing the 20th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, in Cudahy 001. Robert Joda, S.J., assistant professor of German, will speak before the film about his experiences in Berlin before the wall’s construction, which began in August 1961.
DPA will also host a display, "From Peaceful Revolution to German Unity" highlighting the fall of the Berlin Wall and German reunification, on the second floor of Raynor Library through Friday, Nov. 13.
Sodexo Dining Services will hold a national one-day food drive, “Helping Hands Across America,” Thursday, Nov. 12, in which they are attempting to break the Guinness World Record for largest drive in a 24-hour period.
Donated canned and non-perishable food items will be provided to Marquette University Campus Kitchens and Milwaukee’s Second Harvest food bank. Suggested donations include canned green beans, French’s dried onion, canned pumpkin, mashed potato flakes, canned cranberries, stuffing mix and cream of mushroom soup, canned meat, beef stew, tuna, canned chili, peanut butter and canned or dried beans.
Food can be dropped off in the AMU second floor lobby from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to donate food items. Supporters can also participate by purchasing paper “helping hands” in university retail and residential dining areas through Nov. 11.
Stalking, recommended responses and preventive measures will be discussed at a HAVEN Conversation Series at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, in the Straz Tower first floor classroom.
The program will be presented Dr. Mike Zebrowski, director of the Counseling Center.
The program is cosponsored by Straz Tower Hall.
Campus Ministry is starting a student support group, “Coping with Loss,” for students dealing with grief and loss and want to talk about it with others going through similar experiences.
Contact Ann Mulgrew, assistant director of Campus Ministry at 8-6873 for more information. Meeting times will be decided within the group’s availability.
The Marquette Student Nurses Association will host a bake sale from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 9-10 in the lobbies of Cobeen, Abottsford, McCormick, Schroeder and O'Donnell residence halls. Proceeds from a variety of baked goods will go toward making fleece blankets for the patients at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
Through Father Copus’s dedication and support, Marquette established a coeducational journalism school — the first at a Catholic university — in 1910. By the beginning of the 1930s, women constituted one-third of all journalism students.
Want to know more? Go to the Centennial Celebration of Women Web site. A new note will be featured each week.
In 1909, Marquette became the first Catholic university in the world to offer coeducation as part of its regular undergraduate program. To help honor the centennial, a year-long series of historical notes highlighting turning-point moments and figures in Marquette’s collaborative past is running in News Briefs.