Marian University Student Success Story – Aly Sanders

Social Work graduate now ready to give back to the community she loves Three weeks – that’s all Aly Sanders needed to become a Sabre. Set to begin classes at UW-Milwaukee in less than a month, something just didn’t feel right. Starting to think maybe it would be better to go somewhere similar to her […]

Marian University and Agnesian HealthCare, a member of SSM Health, collaborate to host vaccine clinic

More than 150 students and faculty members have received the single dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine as Marian University and Agnesian HealthCare, a member of SSM Health, collaborated to host a clinic today in the in Sadoff Gymnasium. Agnesian HealthCare team members and Marian University nursing students prepared and administered the vaccine doses throughout […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Julie Domogalla

Thanatology graduate now making a difference with grief hermitage After watching her father pass away in 2016, Julie Domogalla began to reevaluate what her next step in life would be. Already an active member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling, the Minnesota resident found herself searching for answers, with a close friend challenging […]

How Do You Complete the Clinical Course in an Online RN to BSN Program?

Earning a BSN opens new opportunities for working registered nurses that include management and population health nursing jobs. With the emergence of quality online nursing programs, nurses can earn a bachelor’s degree while maintaining their current job. Even though nurses complete coursework remotely in these programs, CCNE accreditation required clinical experiences remain a central part […]

Ripon College and Marian University to Examine Possible Partnership

Ripon College and Marian University announced today that they are creating a joint working group to examine the possibility of a more collaborative arrangement between the two Wisconsin schools. The working group – which includes administrators, faculty, staff, trustees and students from both institutions – will explore the potential benefits of establishing a closer partnership […]

Male Teachers Play an Important Role in the Future of Education

Men play a critical part in improving education systems when they become teachers. In a profession where women are the majority, male teachers diversify the education workforce and make a significant impact as role models for children. The teaching profession is expected to grow 4% or more in the next decade at all teaching levels. […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Danielle Veeser

Ready for med school, Danielle Veeser reflects on time at Marian Marian University senior Biology student Danielle Veeser wasn’t feeling well in the hours after getting her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Working as a patient care aide at Holy Family Memorial Hospital, she thought maybe she just needed some rest. But before even […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Beth Bolthouse

Thanatology graduate publishes book As a licensed processional counselor, Beth Bolthouse entered Marian University’s online Master of Science in Thanatology degree program knowing little about posttraumatic growth. Now, she’s a published author on it. Recently made available for purchase on Amazon, the December 2019 graduate’s capstone project “From Loss to Life: How to Transform Your […]

Marian University Student Success Story – Mary Kay O’Brien

Enjoying retirement, Nursing graduate Mary Kay O’Brien reflects on 40+ years in health care How does someone who’s seemingly seen it all across 40+ years working in health care prepare for a pandemic that seemingly nothing could prepare you for? By going back to the basics. And for Mary Kay O’Brien, who recently retired from […]

Marian University pair elected to Wisconsin Student Nurses Association Board at annual convention

Marian University junior nursing students Sarah Mereness and Grace Bahr were recently elected to serve on the Wisconsin Student Nurses Association Board during the organization’s 72nd annual convention, held virtually earlier this month. Bahr will supersede Mereness as communications director, while Mereness is set to become the Board’s secretary. Three members of the Marian University Student Nurses’ […]

Marian University students serve as guest editors for literary magazine Bramble

Students in Marian University’s Professional Writing & Editing class guest-edited the recently-released Fall 2020 issue of Bramble, the literary magazine of the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets (WFOP). The students selected poems, cover artwork, solicited essays, and edited the entire volume, as well as working with layout on design. The issue highlights the paper sculpture of […]

Marian University enters agreement with SSM Health to make earning a degree affordable for employees

Marian University is partnering with SSM Health to help its nearly 40,000 employees across sites in Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma and Wisconsin pursue higher education at a discounted rate. “Marian University has worked tirelessly to establish its reputation as a premier provider of health care-related education, and I can’t think of a partnership more fitting than […]

What Can I Do with a Criminal Justice Degree?

The criminal justice system is undergoing one of the biggest transformations in its history. Calls for change by millions across the country are spurring local and national politicians to propose reforms to the system. These reforms impact criminal justice careers. Most of that impact revolves around more training and education for jobs in criminal justice. […]

WEATHER UPDATE — Thursday, Feb. 4

Due to today’s pending inclement weather conditions, all daytime and evening classes for today – Thursday, February 4 – have been moved to virtual delivery, and the University will conduct business virtually. The Ridenour Science Center will be open should students need to access computers and study space. Please continue to monitor your inbox as […]

Marian University releases Fall 2020 Dean’s List, President’s List

Nearly 375 students were named to the Marian University Dean’s List for academic achievement for the 2020 fall semester. The Dean’s List is published two times each year with the names of all full-time students who have earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average. Students making Marian’s Dean’s List are: Brenna Abrahamson, Minot, ND Lillian […]

Marian University names Fall 2020 graduates

Marian University announced its Fall 2020 graduates. The following students were among those who graduated: Lindsay Acheson, Hartford, Wis. Dailin Adams, Pittsfield MA Carrie Arthurs, Fond du Lac, Wis. Jeffrey Behselich, Atmautluak, Alaska Ryan Belcher, San Francisco, Calif. Charley Bergman, Warr Acres, Okla. Tori Beyer, New London, Wis. Kenna Bowe, Fond du Lac, Wis. Bethany […]

Top Ways to Prevent Kids from Dropping Out of School

There are many reasons students drop out of school. Some of those reasons are beyond the influence of teachers to change. Others, however, relate directly to what happens in the classroom. One of those reasons, reported by many kids who drop out of school, is a feeling of being ignored by the people in authority […]

Marian University to virtually host Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. community prayer breakfast

Marian University will virtually honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  during its annual community prayer breakfast and program being held 8am-9am on Monday, Jan. 18, via Zoom. Featuring a panel discussion that includes Marian University Special Assistant to the President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Dr. Alonzo Kelly, Student Senate President Brenda Ordonez, and community […]

Dr. Kimberly Udlis Leads One of the Best Nursing Schools in Wisconsin

Marian University ranks among the best nursing schools in Wisconsin. One key to that success is the leadership of Dr. Kimberly Udlis, a tireless advocate for nursing. She exemplifies a commitment to providing the best education possible to the profession’s next generation. Udlis (PhD, FNP-BC, FAANP) serves as Associate Dean and Chief Nurse Administrator for […]

Learn About At Risk Youth and What a Trauma Informed Care School Looks Like, from MAE At Risk Youth Education Professor & Author

It’s Not Just About At Risk Youth – How to Identify a Trauma Informed Care School Anthony Dallmann-Jones, PhD MAE At-Risk and Alternative Education Program Director   As the director of the 100% online Master of Art in Education in At Risk and Alternative Education at Marian University, Dr. Anthony Dallmann-Jones is a world renowned expert when it […]

What is a Thanatologist?

Few professions provide services that are needed as much of those offered by a thanatologist, particularly during a global pandemic. Professionals in this career develop expertise on the subject of dying, death, grief, and loss, using that knowledge to support people who have experienced great loss and bereavement. Thanatologists work in many different situations, all […]

Marian University Student Nurse Association helps Santa gather gifts for hospitalized children

Recognizing the difficulty that comes with being hospitalized during the holiday season, the 18th annual Marian University Student Nurse Association (MUSNA) Presents for Pediatrics campaign recently presented children in Wisconsin hospitals with gifts to brighten their spirits and help reduce parental stress. Each December, MUSNA collects gifts and delivers them to St. Agnes Hospital in […]

Career Options for Online Master in Management Graduates

Successful business leaders possess a combination of in-depth education and extensive experience. The order they achieve that combination varies. For instance, some earn a bachelor’s degree, enter the workforce, and then later earn an online master in management degree. Others move directly from a bachelor’s program into a master’s program. Either approach is valid. Regardless […]

Marian University endorses Nurses of Wisconsin stance on wearing face masks

The Nurses of Wisconsin, an organization of 19 Wisconsin nursing associations, has come together to issue a statement to the public on the importance of wearing masks, and Marian University shares the principled commitments and the grave concerns expressed by these courageous individuals. As cases of coronavirus continue to rise across the state, the statement […]

Turn Your Respiratory Therapy Associate Degree into a Bachelor’s Degree

Respiratory therapists who aspire to positions at the manager and director level with their healthcare organization first need to turn their respiratory therapy associate degree into a bachelor’s degree, which prepares them with the skills and knowledge they need for leadership roles. Careers in medical sales, quality, IT, and performance improvement often require a bachelor’s […]

Marian University nets $2,500 grant from Alliant Energy Foundation

Marian University’s Working Families Grant Program (WFG), one of the nation’s most comprehensive educational programs available to low income single parents, has received a $2,500 grant from the Alliant Energy Foundation. WFG awards tuition and stipend grants to economically disadvantaged single parents with dependent children – parents who possess the desire and determination to achieve […]

Marian University nets $1 million to assist single parents pursuing degrees

Marian University’s Working Families Grant Program (WFG), one of the nation’s most comprehensive educational programs available to low income single parents, recently had its $1 million grant renewed to continue providing participants with financial support for both college tuition and living expenses. Initiated and funded by an anonymous donor and the Congregation of Sisters of […]

Majewski appointed 17th president of Marian University

The Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes and the Marian University Board of Trustees have announced the appointment of Dr. Michelle Majewski as the 17th president in school history, effective Nov. 16, 2020. Majewski was appointed Acting President on April 8, 2020. Majewski, who previously served 29 years in a variety of roles at Marian […]

Marian University sets virtual First Generation College Celebration schedule

Marian University will highlight the first-generation identity and pride among its faculty, staff, and students through a week-long First Generation College Celebration being held by the Marian University TRIO-Student Support Services (SSS) and Upward Bound Math & Science (UBMS) programs Nov. 2-6. TRIO SSS and UBMS are federally funded by the U.S. Department of Education […]

2020 Business & Industry award winners named by Marian University

Baker Cheese Company has been named the Business of the Year by Marian University, which recognized its 2020 Business & Industry award winners during a virtual ceremony on Oct. 28. The 39th annual event was emceed by former Green Bay Packers player and Senior Vice President for University Relations Dr. George Koonce. Steve Peterson was […]

What are Entry Level Psychology Jobs?

  Interest in hiring people with a degree in psychology has increased in recent years as the value of applying psychology in a variety of settings becomes better appreciated. That’s resulted in a large variety of career options and entry level psychology jobs for those who earn a bachelor’s degree. While working one-on-one with patients […]

How to Become a Reading Teacher in Wisconsin

Reading teachers in Wisconsin play an important role in how a student develops, not only academically but in areas such as self-esteem and critical thinking. With reading skills so interlocked with success in so many areas of life, it’s a teaching job with a significant impact on young lives. A reading teacher helps those in […]

What is a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer?

A diagnostic medical sonographer uses specialized equipment to capture images inside the body. With these images, clinicians can make accurate diagnostic assessments. Their work in the medical imaging field is critical to improving the accuracy of diagnostics, the efficacy of treatment plans, and overall patient outcomes. Marian University offers two degree programs to support students […]

Marian University gifted 400+ original artworks

The Kohler Foundation has donated a collection of more than 400 works of art to the permanent collection of Marian University, to be displayed on campus and used for teaching purposes. The Kohler Foundation initially extended the invitation to Christine Martin, director of institutional partnerships and community relations, and Dr. George Koonce, senior vice president […]

Why Should I Earn a BS in Health Care Administration?

Earning a BS in Health Care Administration is an excellent career move for those who aspire to work in a leadership role. With the rapid expansion of the healthcare industry, the demand for well-educated, innovative leaders is stronger than ever. Statistics from the federal government show two benefits of earning a Bachelor of Science in […]

What is a Radiologic Technologist?

A radiologic technologist performs X-rays and other diagnostic exams on patients. Technologists perform tests supporting physicians making accurate diagnoses. With the rapid growth in the healthcare industry, the demand for radiologic technologists has also grown. A career as a rad tech typically attracts two kinds of students. Marian University has designed programs to serve both. […]

Marian University nets Fond du Lac Area Foundation grant

The Fond du Lac Area Foundation has awarded Marian University a $685 grant from the Helen B. Perry Fund to support library needs such as books, software, and equipment. “We appreciate this contribution and look forward to seeing the student success that results from it,” said Acting President Dr. Michelle Majewski. “As we continue working […]

Marian University awarded $1.3 million federal TRIO grant

Marian University has been awarded a TRIO-Student Support Services (SSS) program grant totaling more than $1.3 million through the U.S. Department of Education. Having received two prior five-year grants, this third will award Marian University $261,888 annually and is set to begin Sept. 1, 2020. “Our team is thrilled to be able to provide services […]

What Do Family Nurse Practitioners Do?

Family nurse practitioners provide a wide range of healthcare services for patients of all ages. They conduct examinations, order diagnostic tests, prescribe medicines, and develop treatment plans. In many places, family nurse practitioners (FNP) have stepped in to provide the care historically provided by family physicians. This is especially the case in rural and other […]

Communications program graduate now working for Grizzlies

Hannah Buntrock continues to adapt to life in Memphis “Wait – you work for the Grizzlies?” That’s typically the response Hannah Buntrock gets when her occupation becomes the topic of conversation. Whether in the franchise’s city of Memphis, or in her hometown of Wittenberg, Wis., the revelation is usually met with some level of surprise. […]

Every Marian University May Nursing Graduate Passes NCLEX-RN on First Attempt

Results of the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) have been released and 100% of Marian University’s May 2020 Traditional BSN Nursing graduates passed the test on their first attempt, beating the Wisconsin and national averages by a wide margin. To become a registered nurse, candidates must pass the NCLEX-RN, a computerized adaptive […]

Marian professor Tom Wallestad to virtually discuss comics

Marian University Graphic Arts professor Tom Wallestad will virtually discuss “The Comics Medium and ‘Good Talk’” at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 15, on the Fond du Lac Public Library’s Facebook page, Facebook.com/FDLPL. Registration is required and starts today at fdlpl.org by clicking on Calendar. Having taught comic art and animation for more than 20 […]

Cathy Mathweg reflects on 30-year Marian University career

As Cathy Mathweg prepares for the final day of what has been 30 years as a staff member at Marian University, the Associate Vice President for Mission and Dean, Academic Advising and Academic Services doesn’t feel like she’s been here that long. “Really, it’s not until I look at my 29-year-old son Joseph, or my […]

Marian University participates in historic transfer agreement with technical colleges

Students seeking to transfer credits from any of Wisconsin’s 16 technical colleges to Marian University will have a much easier time in the future thanks to a historic, comprehensive agreement signed last week. Marian University is one of the private, nonprofit colleges and universities participating in the WAICU-WTCS Course Credit Transfer Agreement. “Streamlining the process […]

Was your Business Ready for the Pandemic? How an I/O Psych Degree Could Have Helped

Industrial-organizational psychology involves the study of human behavior in groups in the workplace. During a crisis such as the COVID-19 outbreak, industrial-organizational psychology could better prepare business owners with insight into developing a productive remote work environment, becoming a better virtual manager, and using best practices to engage employees. To help businesses in these areas, […]

Marian University releases spring 2020 Dean’s List

Nearly 400 students were named to the Marian University Dean’s List for academic achievement for the 2020 spring semester. The Dean’s List is published two times each year with the names of all full-time students who have earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average. Students making Marian’s Dean’s List are: Jackson Allsop, Okauchee, WI Alejandro […]

Marian University freshman Amber Kissinger nets Rotary International scholarship

Marian University freshman Amber Kissinger has received a $1,000 scholarship from Rotary International, a service organization that provides humanitarian service and works to advance peace around the world. The Campbellsport High School graduate was selected because of her demonstration of Rotary International’s “Service Above Self” philosophy throughout the application process.

Marian University administrator releases new book

Dr. Anthony Dallmann-Jones, director of the At-Risk and Alternative Education graduate program at Marian University, has released his latest book “How to Connect with Students At-Risk: Creating learning environments for teacher and student success” on Amazon. The book, written for all concerned educators and parents, covers how society can respond and save our at-risk youth, […]

Nursing School in Wisconsin Uses Advanced Technology to Train Future RNs

Marian University’s simulation technology allows students to apply conceptual learning to real-world scenarios, resulting in a comprehensive and holistic nursing education. Marian University, one of Wisconsin’s most highly rated and affordable private schools, has invested in technology that gives nursing program students the opportunity to apply conceptual learning to real-world scenarios in a simulated environment. […]

Marian graduate makes appearance in Judd Apatow movie

If you happened to blink while watching the Judd Apatow film The King of Staten Island over the weekend, then it’s possible you missed the big screen acting debut of Marian University graduate Bryan Lidtke. And if you haven’t caught the just-released movie starring Pete Davidson yet, then don’t blink when you do. After graduating […]

“JUDO TEACHING” – An effective approach to educating

The central message of judo is to use your opponent’s strength (energy) to your advantage. The central message of using the Judo Teaching Approach is that when facing more powerful opponents, you should avoid head-to-head struggles, and other trials of strength. Instead, by employing proper targeted focusing and creative strategic thinking, you redirect the opponent’s […]

Marian University announces change to Fall semester start date

To give its students the best chance at avoiding having any potential disruption to their in-person classes during the Fall 2020 semester, Marian University has announced it will move the start of the 2020-2021 academic calendar from Aug. 31 to Aug. 24. Accordingly, face-to-face classes will conclude before Thanksgiving, with the semester finishing after one […]

Marian University’s Working Families Grant Program still accepting applications

Marian University’s Working Families Grant Program is still accepting applications for the 2020-21 academic year. The Working Families Grant Program works to advance the Marian University mission, core values, and legacy of service by awarding tuition and stipend grants to economically disadvantaged single parents with dependent children – parents who possess the desire and determination […]

Marian University Boosts NCLEX Pass Rate With Enhanced Curriculum, Faculty Commitment

Rising Scores Indicative of the School’s Investment in On-Campus Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Programs and Dedication to Successful Student Outcomes Marian University, one of Wisconsin’s highest-rated and affordable private schools, has seen an increased NCLEX pass rate for graduates of the university’s on-campus Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs. The Marian University NCLEX […]

Marian University takes steps to proactively prepare for budget shortfall

Marian University announced today that it has begun taking proactive steps in anticipation of its operating budget and enrollment projections being negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Following weeks of garnering internal feedback and ideas related to decreasing the budget, and in collaboration with Marian’s Board of Trustees, various steps were identified to strengthen the […]

How Dental Hygienists Help Improve Oral Health in Rural Communities

In 2017, Wisconsin lawmakers changed state regulations allowing dental hygienists the right to work in more places without direct supervision by a licensed dentist. The changes gave dental hygienists the chance to offer services in areas where people have inadequate access to dental care. The state legislature’s passage of Act 20 led to improved oral […]

Marian University to virtually host summer college preparation camp

Marian University’s Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) program is gearing up to host its eighth summer college and career readiness session, which will begin on Monday, June 22. Marian’s UBMS program provides educational services during the academic year and for a six-week period during the summer. It is primarily funded by the U.S. Department […]

Marian University nets funding to help first-year students

Serve Wisconsin has awarded AmeriCorps funding to Marian University for a new program that will aim to help first-year students. The accepted proposal will support 12 students as AmeriCorps members, who will then plan and implement Community Engaged Learning and Meaningful Social Engagement modules for first year students. These members will work closely with faculty, […]

Marian faculty, staff earn recognition awards; Schultz receives James R. Underkofler Award

In making the decision to hold its annual Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony in conjunction with the faculty and staff Fall in-service, Marian University has announced those who will receive awards. Jennifer Schultz, an assistant professor of Psychology, will receive the James Underkolfer Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award, which requires that the recipient “demonstrate outstanding […]

Marian University faculty to share CBE program development and implementation at FTTS Conference

Four faculty from Marian University will present on the development and implementation of its competency-based education program at the Fast Track to Success Conference, which highlights innovation in higher education. Presenters of “Collaborative Program Development in an Inclusive CBE Environment” will include Gina Possin, Industrial Organizational Psychology Program Director and Assistant Professor of Psychology; Alan […]

Marian University Enters Articulation Agreement with Holy Family College

Holy Family College and Marian University have entered into an articulation agreement that will allow students of the Manitowoc-based college to complete their education through Marian at a cost potentially less than their original price of attendance at Holy Family College. Holy Family College, formerly Silver Lake College, announced on Monday it will cease operations […]

Ready to Apply to College? Marian University Has Room for You

In the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic of spring 2020, many potential college students may have put off their decision about where to enroll in college. The good news is that there is still plenty of time to apply to college and make a decision to commit to furthering your education. At Marian University, […]

Senior Tirria Smith receives Erroll B. Davis Minority Achievement Award

Marian University senior Tirria Smith has been named a recipient of the Erroll B. Davis Minority Achievement Award, presented annually and jointly by the Alliant Energy Foundation and The Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities to minority students demonstrating excellence while pursuing a degree in engineering or business administration. “She is an inquisitive young […]

How Do I Study Online?

The COVID-19 outbreak has led instructors and students alike to change their approach to education. In some cases, students who once went to a classroom have transitioned to online learning. And some students preparing for college have decided to forego traditional classrooms and instead study online. In either case, students have concerns about how they […]

How to Become a Teacher in Wisconsin 

Some people know from a young age they want to become a teacher. Others don’t reach that decision until later in life after they’ve launched another career. Fortunately, demand for qualified teachers remains high in Wisconsin, which means it’s never too late to make the career switch into the classroom. Marian University offers a clear […]

Donate Life flag raised at Marian University

In recognition and celebration of National Donate Life Month, representatives from Share your Spare, Fond du Lac gathered Monday morning to raise a Donate Life flag from the Marian University Smith Fields Complex flag pole. The event, held at 10:08 a.m., was part of the statewide Donate Life Wisconsin campaign “Pause to Give Life,” which […]

Marian University names Michelle Majewski Acting President

The Marian University community has turned to a familiar face in welcoming back Michelle Majewski, PsyD., as Acting President. Majewski, who earned a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Adler University, previously served 29 years in a variety of roles at Marian, including full-time faculty member, chairperson, dean, and professor emerita. Her most recent position […]

Nursing student Alexander Rink excited to work in ER

Why I chose Nursing Pursuing my initial Bachelor’s degree at UW-Madison, I knew I wanted to be involved in healthcare or physical science, but in what way, I did not know. I bounced from majoring in Biology to Chemistry to Biomedical Engineering to pre-medicine until I finally landed on Biology with a Conservation and Ecology […]

Marian to add eSports, May graduate Duchaj named head coach

Marian University has announced it will add its newest athletic department program eSports during the 2020-2021 academic year, with a familiar face being tabbed to help the team boot up. On pace to graduate in May with a degree in Sport and Recreation Management and a minor in Athletic Coaching, Danny Duchaj had impressed the […]

Marian Biology, Psychology students present at IMPACT Symposium

Marian University Biology/Chemistry students Danielle Veeser and Mindy Glaser and Psychology students Eyram Agbenya and Kadeesha Duncan earlier this month presented and successfully defended a poster outlining their research proposal “The Impact of Social Drinking Patterns on NF-kB Expression in Wister Rats” at the Mayo Clinic UW-Eau Claire Innovative Minds Partnering to Advance Curative Therapies […]

Angels and Warriors: Teaching Strategies of At-Risk Educators

A Marian University professor has offered new teaching strategies for at-risk educators based on research and input from both teachers and students. He divided the most highly successful at-risk educators into one of two groups: Angel educators and Warrior educators. Anthony Dallmann-Jones, Ph.D., recently shared his findings in a post on LinkedIn. Teaching Strategies of […]

Thanatology program student featured by Association for Death Education and Counseling

Currently hard at work on her final capstone project, Marian University senior Thy-Thy Quach (pronounced Tee-Tee) was featured by the Association for Death Education and Counseling in its February newsletter Connects for her work in the Marian University Thanatology program. Fully prepared to move for graduate school, the Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada native instead discovered Marian’s […]

Marian’s Leininger, Gack honored for combined 50 years of service

Marian University Senior Assistant Director of Financial Aid Susan Leininger and Associate Director of Financial Aid Victoria Gack were each honored on Thursday, March 5, by the Wisconsin Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators for their decades of service to the financial aid industry. Recognized during the WASFAA 2020 Spring Conference at The Madison Concourse […]

Eggers to serve as Marian University’s Vice President for Enrollment Management

Marian University has named Paul M. Eggers as the Vice President for Enrollment Management, effective March 9, 2020. Eggers brings extensive experience in higher education enrollment management, having served in a variety of leadership roles. He previously served in various positions at Wisconsin Lutheran College, including Lead Enrollment Advisor, Senior Admissions Counselor and Admissions Counselor, […]

Marian University faculty receive promotions and tenure

Following the approval by the Board of Trustees, 10 faculty members will receive a promotion or tenure, as well as five being awarded Professor Emeritus status. Those awarded tenure and promoted to the rank of Associate Professor include: Sean Fitzpatrick, Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sports Science, College of the Professions Sarah Garvey, Assistant Professor […]

How Can an IO Psychology Graduate Help Improve Your Workplace?

Every company experiences setbacks when talented employees leave. In a good job market for workers, this problem only intensifies. Industrial-organizational (IO) psychology graduates can help organizations meet this challenge, developing a better workplace with higher rates of employee retention and satisfaction. These are important factors for business success, which is typically measured by profitability. However, […]

Wagner-Angell to serve on Station Eleven panel

Marian University Associate Professor of English Dr. Jodi Wagner-Angell will be one of three panelists discussing “Station Eleven” at 7 p.m. on March 9, as part of the Menomonee Falls Public Library’s celebration of the 2014 Emily St. John Mandel book. The Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning novel takes place in the Great Lakes region after […]

Mereness named WSNA Communications Director as students attend conference

Marian University sophomore Sarah Mereness has been elected to the Wisconsin Student Nurses Association (WSNA) Board and will serve as its Communications Director. Mereness was one of five students representing the Marian University Student Nurses’ Association (MUSNA) at the 71st annual Convention of the WSNA, held Feb. 7–9 in Wisconsin Dells, Wis. The convention gives […]

Marian graduate serving as Chair-Elect for WAMFT

A little more than one month into her tenure as Chair-Elect for the Wisconsin Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT), 2010 Marian University graduate Amanda (Books) Anderson is in a position that she loves. And if it weren’t for her undergraduate experience as a Psychology major, it’s possible she would have never found it. […]