With less than a week until the gubernatorial recall election, a new Marquette Law School Poll will be released tomorrow, Wednesday, May 30. Hear about the results and get context and analysis from Professor Charles Franklin, director of the poll, at "On the Issues with Mike Gousha," Wednesday, May 30, from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. at Eckstein Hall. Lunch is provided. Register online.
The following night, Thursday, May 31, the Law School will co-sponsor and host a live debate between Governor Scott Walker and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, candidates in the recall election. It will be moderated by Mike Gousha, distinguished fellow in law and public policy, and host of "12 News UPFRONT." Due to limited seating in the venue, all seats have been reserved, but the debate will be broadcast throughout Wisconsin without commercial interruptions by WISN-TV in Milwaukee and the statewide UPFRONT affiliates, beginning at 9 p.m.
The College of Business Administration is hosting several Graduate School of Management information sessions, beginning Tuesday, June 5.
Each 90-minute session will cover program offerings, curriculum requirements, and scheduling and admissions processes. For additional information and to RSVP, call 8-7145, or go online.
The campus community is asked to practice safe computing by never clicking on links in e-mails that look like spam and never answering an e-mail that asks for a password or any other type of confidential data. Failure to comply with these safe computing guidelines may result in identity theft, loss of other critical information and disruptions to the university's ability to send and receive e-mails from individuals outside of the university.
All e-mails from university sources will never ask for a password or personal information. Anyone who has received a suspicious e-mail should delete it and should not send any personal information.
Contact the IT Help Desk at 8-7799 if you receive a questionable e-mail and are unsure of what to do.
All students are strongly encouraged to update their personal contact information via CheckMarq. The university needs an updated address and telephone number (preferably a mobile number) for each student. This information is used by university staff to contact students in emergencies and for vital university business.
Students should log on to CheckMarq and scroll to the "Personal Information" section to update their information by Saturday, June 16. Students should continue to update their personal information whenever there is a change of address or phone number.
Three new summer exhibitions will be installed at the Haggerty Museum of Art from June 6 through Aug. 5. The new exhibitions are "Selections from the Mary and Michael J. Tatalovich Collection," contemporary and modern American prints; "NYC July 4, 1981, Photographs by Tom Arndt," featuring select images of Independence Day celebrations captured on a single night in two of Manhattan's downtown neighborhoods; and "Dusk" by Mark Ruwedel, which feature eight images from 2007-2011 that capture the degraded, fringe spaces of the high desert in Southern California.
For more information, visit the Haggerty's website or contact Mary Dornfeld, communications assistant at the Haggerty, at 8-7290.
Join MathWorks and the Department of Mechanical Engineering for a complimentary seminar on mathematical modeling Thursday, June 14, from 9 a.m. to noon in Olin Engineering, room 202. Mathematical models are critical to understanding and accurately simulating the behavior of complex systems. They enable important tasks such as forecasting system behavior for various "what if" scenarios, characterizing system responses and designing control systems.
The session, presented by Dr. Brett Shoelson, principal application engineer at MathWorks, will show participants how to use MATLAB products for mathematical modeling tasks, including:
The Marquette University Sports Rehabilitation Clinic will remain open this summer to provide physical therapy and athletic training services, x-rays, bone density scans and free injury evaluations for students, faculty and staff. Users can also access the body composition, strength and conditioning, exercise physiology and motion analysis laboratories. Summer hours are:
The clinic will also offer free injury evaluations on Thursdays from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and by appointment. Appointments are also available on Fridays and before and after clinic hours, as needed. Marquette Cash or credit cards are accepted for insurance co-pays. The Sports Rehabilitation Clinic is located in Cramer Hall, 215. To schedule an appointment, call 8-1400.
Marquette University is required by federal law to notify all students of their FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) rights at the beginning of each term. Go online to review the annual FERPA notification. For more information, visit Marquette Central on the first floor of Zilber Hall, or call 8-4000.
Marquette community members can get information and stay up-to-date with Marquette happenings through multimedia and social networks. Connect with Marquette through:
Registration is still open for the women's basketball program's annual Tee It Up for Hoops scramble golf outing, which begins at 8 a.m. Tuesday, June 12, at The Legend at Bristlecone. The outing is $195 per golfer for a four-person, 18-hole scramble. All proceeds benefit the women's basketball program.
New to the event this year is a Golf 2.0 interactive clinic for beginner golfers, which will be led by Bristlecone's head PGA Professional, from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Registration is $75 per golfer and begins at 10 a.m. the day of the event.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for corporations or individuals. For more information, contact Erin Wright at 8-5784.