The Milwaukee Police Department has confirmed that the second suspect in the robberies that took place at 18th Street and Wisconsin Avenue on May 2 is in custody. The university is thankful for the continued collaboration between DPS and MPD, who immediately responded to the scene of the robberies. DPS was able to quickly apprehend one of the suspects and MPD took over the search for the remaining suspect.
Any future updates on the robberies and related criminal charges for the two suspects involved will be handled by MPD.
Marquette invests significant resources in ensuring that students, faculty and staff feel safe and secure while on and near campus. DPS works hand-in-hand with MPD to patrol by bicycle, on foot and in squad cars on campus. Students, faculty and staff are also reminded of the following safety tips.
Faculty and staff who are not currently receiving safety and weather-related text alerts via cell phone can enroll in the university's emergency text messaging system by entering their cell phone numbers in the "Personal Information" section of MyJob. View complete instructions online.
All faculty and staff with university-owned cell phones are automatically enrolled in the emergency text messaging system.
The university mourns the death of Susan Michaelson, former assistant dean and director of the cooperative education program in the College of Engineering, who died Monday, April 28. Michaelson served in the College of Engineering for more than 30 years before retiring in December 2012. She was an integral part of the success and growth of the College of Engineering's co-op program, and also helped manage the college's honors convocation and graduation ceremonies.
Expressions of condolence may be sent to:
Mountain View Mortuary
Family of Susan Michaelson
14 Seventh St.
South Range, MI 49963
Please remember Michaelson, her family and friends in prayer.
The recipients of the 2014 Women's and Gender Studies faculty-undergraduate collaborative research fellowships underwritten by the Office of the Provost are:
The recipients of the undergraduate summer research fellowships funded by the WGST are:
The Association of Marquette University Women will host its annual Spring Book Club on Wednesday, May 7, at 7 p.m. in Raynor Memorial Libraries, Beaumier Suites. All are invited to join an evening of conversation about the novel Beautiful Fools by R. Clifton Spargo.
This event is free and open to the public. Register online. For additional information, contact Lindsay Gonzalez, engagement officer in University Advancement, at (414) 288-4768, or email email@example.com.
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is offering a $10 discount for individuals who register by Thursday, May 15, to participate in this year's Briggs and Al's Run and Walk, which will take place Sept. 13.
Join the Marquette team and register online. For additional information, contact Ali Myszewski, associate director of marketing and programming in the AMU, at (414) 288-3129.
Academic prices for computers from Apple and Lenovo are available for faculty, staff and students. Among the available deals are savings of up to $200 on a new Mac from the Apple Store for Education and up to 40 percent on Lenovo laptops.
Learn more about the computer discounts online.
The 19th Annual Rec Plex Golf Scramble will be held Monday, June 2, at the Wisconsin Club Country Club in Milwaukee. Proceeds from the event benefit the Breadwinner Scholarship, which aids students who have lost their "breadwinner" parent during their undergraduate years, and the Rec Sports equipment budget.
Register online. The cost is $130 for individuals and $520 per foursome. For more information, contact John Kratzer, general manager of the Rec Plex, at (414) 288-7778.