The Department of Public Safety will run a lockdown test of campus card readers Thursday, Jan. 3, at approximately 10:15 a.m. During the test, which is anticipated to last less than five minutes, all card readers on campus will lock. Those who have clearance on their MUID card to enter a given door will still be able to do so during the drill. Those who do not have MUID clearance to enter given doors will be unable to open those doors during the drill.
The ability to lock down all card readers on campus is a critical function for the campus community in case of an emergency. For additional information, contact DPS at 8-6800..
The Udall Foundation is offering ten-week, fully funded summer internships in Washington, D.C., to Native American undergraduate, graduate and law students who wish to learn more about the federal government and issues affecting Native American tribes. Interested students can check their eligibility and access the application online. Applications are due by Thursday, Jan. 31. For more information and to receive support on the application, contact Dr. Jame Schaefer, associate professor of theology and Udall faculty representative, at 8-3742.
The Udall Foundation is also offering $5,000 scholarships for third-year undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers related to the natural environment and/or Native American tribal or health policy. Additional information about the scholarship and application process can be found online. Applications are due to Dr. Jame Schaefer by Friday, Feb. 1.
Several Marquette alumni organizations offer annual scholarship awards and are seeking applications. Students who meet the criteria for these awards are encouraged to apply. In some cases, a nomination from a Marquette faculty or staff member is also required. Students receiving tuition remission or full-tuition scholarships are not eligible for these awards.
AMUW Ignatian Leadership Award — $1,000 award for a senior woman, graduating in 2013 and enrolled full time, who excels academically and demonstrates leadership and service to the Marquette and Milwaukee communities, or her hometown community, and strives to live out the Ignatian ideals. A faculty/staff nomination is required along with the student application by Feb. 15, 2013.
Pedro Arrupe Award — $2,500 for a junior in good standing and enrolled full time who emulates the values and ideals of Rev. Pedro Arrupe, S.J., and is involved in service in and beyond the Marquette community. A faculty/staff nomination is required along with the student application and essay by March 22, 2013.
The Association of Marquette University Women (AMUW) Scholarship — $2,500 for junior women beginning their senior year in fall 2013 who are enrolled full time with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3. The application deadline is Feb. 15, 2013.
Ethnic Alumni Association Ralph H. Metcalfe, Sr., Scholarship — Three awards of up to $2,000 each for students of color who are enrolled full time with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. At least one award will go to an Educational Opportunity Program student and one to a non-EOP student. The application deadline is Feb. 15, 2013.
The Marquette University Women's Council Scholarship — A renewable tuition scholarship of approximately $3,000 annually for a non-traditional female undergraduate student. The application deadline is Feb. 15, 2013.
The January edition of Student Health 101, an online magazine sponsored and managed by Student Health Service and the Counseling Center, is now available and features how-to videos and articles on topics such as writing effective résumés and cover letters, tips about sharing space, a video introduction to Marquette’s Student Health Campus Correspondent and New Year’s resolution advice from other students.
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