The Marquette community is invited to a Backyard BBQ on Tuesday, July 1, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the Central Mall. Attendees will have the chance to meet Men's Basketball Head Coach Steve Wojciechowski, Women's Basketball Head Coach Carolyn Kieger and student-athletes from various sports. The event will feature face painting, bouncy houses and tailgate-style food.
Register online or by calling (414) 288-7431 by Wednesday, June 25. Tickets are $15 per person before the June 25 deadline and $18 per person after June 25. Children six and under receive free admission.
For questions or special needs, contact University Special Events at (414) 288-7431.
Student parking permits for the summer session are now available online and from the Parking Office in the Wells Street Parking Structure. Commuter and overnight parking rates are available.
For additional information, contact the Parking Office at (414) 288-6911.
Charles Franklin, director of the Marquette Law School Poll, will unveil a new round of poll results in an upcoming "On the Issues with Mike Gousha," Wednesday, May 21, from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. in Eckstein Hall.
Franklin and Gousha will go inside the numbers of the third Marquette Law School Poll of the 2014 election year, examining public views on the Wisconsin gubernatorial race and other key issues as the countdown to the November election continues.
Also at issue: Which voters are most likely to turn out this November, and who may be thinking of staying home? How much trust do voters have in the political system these days? And do they think vote fraud is a major issue in Wisconsin elections?
Seating is limited; register online.
The Master's in Computing program from the Department of Math, Statistics, and Computer Science is hosting an open house for prospective students Tuesday, May 20, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. A simultaneous "open house in the cloud" will be held online for prospective students who are not able to make it to campus. The online open house will utilize Classroom in the Cloud, which serves as the basis for the program's distance learning classes.
Marquette University mourns the death of Dr. Kenneth Hagen, professor emeritus of theology, who died May 11, at the age of 77. Hagen taught theology at Marquette for 33 years and was an accomplished scholar and expert on the Reformation.
Please remember Hagen, his family and friends in prayer.
The Departments of Philosophy at Marquette and the University of Denver, along with the University of Denver's Center for Judaic Studies, will host a workshop on Philosophy in the Abrahamic Traditions focused on the thought of al-Farabi, June 11-13, in Raynor Memorial Libraries, 320A.
Registration for all lessons must be done at the Rec Plex and cannot be completed over the phone. The cost is $40 for members and $46 for non-members for group classes. Enrollment is limited. All sessions have a minimum number of spaces that must be filled in order to offer the class, and classes may be combined to accommodate these requirements. Payment must be made at the time of registration, and a liability waiver must be completed before a child or minor can participate in the program.
Questions can be directed to John Kratzer, Rec Plex general manager, at (414) 288-7778.
Join the Marquette women's basketball program and new Head Coach Carolyn Kieger for the program's annual Tee It Up For Hoops golf outing fundraiser Tuesday, June 10, at The Legend at Bristlecone in Hartland, Wis. The event is $195 per golfer to play 18 holes along with the women's basketball team and staff, or $225 per golfer to include a Par-3 Challenge and three mulligans. A continental breakfast, lunch and participation gift will be provided. A lunch-only option is available for $35 per person. All proceeds benefit the women's basketball program.
Register online. For additional information, contact Colleen Schmidt, executive assistant for women's basketball, at (414) 288-5784.
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.