Graduate School Announcements
Graduate Student Career Portal has launched
September 24, 2020
The Graduate School launched a new section for Marquette University graduate students to access career development, share events and help guide them to their career during and after graduate school. The Graduate Student Career Portal offers resources and opportunities for students to connect to their future. While you are there, check out the current communication paid internship opportunity.
December 2020 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony cancelled
September 8, 2020
The December 2020 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony has been cancelled. Those doctoral students who applied for graduation and indicated that they would like to attend this celebration have been notified by email and will automatically be included for the May 2021 All University Commencement celebration. A variety of factors, including the current global pandemic, were considered carefully in this difficult cancellation.
July 24, 2020
Igor Gayday, a graduate student in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, has been selected for an investment fellowship from the Molecular Sciences Software Institute.
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Marquette University has announced a new giving program where it is offering a logo-branded face mask for donors who contribute to benefit students who are training to be on the frontlines of health care. The gift will be matched with a mask given to a current Marquette student.
The mask giving campaign runs through July 24, with donations accepted online.
Dr. John Mantsch, chair and professor of biomedical sciences, and Dr. Matthew Hearing, assistant professor of biomedical sciences in the College of Health Sciences at Marquette University, received a $1.7 million R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health for their neuroscientific study on substance use disorder in women.
Doctoral students sweep Catholic Biblical Association of America’s Emerging Scholar Fellowship
Paul Cizek and Israel McGrew, doctoral theology students and graduate assistants in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, have each been awarded the Catholic Biblical Association of America’s 2020 Emerging Scholars Fellowship.
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Making humanities graduate education affordable
The Graduate School is providing a new tuition model for all incoming students in humanities graduate programs for Fall 2020. Take advantage of our three-year pilot program, which includes a 57-percent reduction in the student credit hour rate, resulting in a $500 per credit hour rate for students in the following M.A. programs: Christian Doctrine, English, History, Theology and Philosophy.
"Bridge the City” Helps People Take Action
Trinity Fellows Kyle Hagge and Ben Rangel wanted to change the narrative in the media about Milwaukee and it's communities of color. They started a podcast which hopes to change the narrative and help bridge and heal Milwaukee.
Read more in the story on UrbanMilwaukee.com >
Dora Clayton-Jones, assistant professor and Arthur J. Schmitt Leadership Fellow in the College of Nursing, was named president of the International Association of Sickle Cell Nurses and Professional Associates. "Some people think it’s cured. They are advancing science, but remedies like bone marrow transplants aren’t widely available. Gene therapy is still in development. So, we still have work to do in finding a cure and on the psychosocial level,” she said.
Read more in the story, Diverse Issues in Education >
PA, MS in nursing and part-time MBA improve
U.S. News and World Report last week released its 2020 Best Graduate Schools rankings. Several Marquette programs moved up in the rankings, particularly those in health sciences, nursing and business.
The Physician Assistant Studies program in the College of Health Sciences is ranked 26, up from 40 previously.
In the College of Nursing, the Master of Science program moved up to 49 from 82, and the Doctor of Nursing Practice program moved up slightly to 60 from 66.
The Graduate School of Management’s part-time MBA program is now ranked 48, up from 70 the year prior. The Executive MBA held relatively steady at 14 compared with 13 last year, and the graduate program in accounting is ranked 35 (19 previously). Additionally, the graduate programs in finance and supply chain management are ranked 31 and 14, respectively — neither program was ranked last year.
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