Marian men’s basketball easily topples Maranatha Baptist 100-60

Marian University men’s basketball finished with triple digits at the end of regulation for the first time since 2013 defeating Maranatha Baptist 100-60 to open the season. The Sabres opened the game with a 15-12 but following a timeout scored 10 unanswered points to draw a Maranatha Baptist timeout.  The Sabercats were able to whittle […]

Marian athletics suspends in-person attendance indefinitely

As uncertainty continues to surround the COVID-19 pandemic, Marian University athletics has announced the indefinite suspension of in-person attendance for all home games. Sabre athletics has made this decision to protect the safety and well-being of not only the Marian University community but visiting teams as well.  Marian will continue to closely monitor and adjust […]

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 […]

NACC Announces Updated Return-to-Play Plans for 2020-21 Academic Year

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (naccsports.org) — The Council of Chief Executive Officers of the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) met last week and approved a plan for the Conference to resume competition in 2021. The sports of men’s and women’s basketball will resume play in late January. The athletic administrators of the NACC were given approval from the Chief Executive Officers […]

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 men’s hockey sends four overseas to play professionally

Four members from the Marian University men’s hockey class of 2020 have signed professional contracts to continue their playing careers overseas. After an illustrious career in a Sabre sweater, goalie Hunter Vorva signed to play for Marseille Hockey Club who competes in France 2.  Vorva appeared in net 78 times over his three seasons at […]

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 […]