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 […]

The melting pot of Marian University golf

Over the past four years, the Marian University men’s and women’s golf programs have been a melting pot with student-athletes located around the country. Marian University has been the collegiate choice of golfers from 15 different states going coast to coast from California to Florida including both Hawaii and Alaska as well.  With the long […]

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 […]

Hometown kid looks to continue to lead Marian women’s volleyball

Sophomore Monica Dreifuerst looks to build off of a strong freshman campaign and continue to lead the Sabre women’s volleyball program. A highly touted recruit out of Fond du Lac High School, Dreifuerst earned three varsity letters during her high school career.  She went on to earn second team all-conference honors her junior season and […]

Marian athletics announces cancellation of Korbie Classic

Marian University athletics has announced the cancellation of the annual Korbie Classic golf outing. The Korbie Classic traditionally has served as the opening event for homecoming weekend.  With health and safety as the main priority, Marian University athletics has made the difficult decision to cancel the annual golf outing.  The 2020 version of the Korbie […]

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. […]

NACC announces updated competition schedules for 2020-21 academic year

MILWAUKEE (naccsports.org) – The Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) has announced adjusted scheduling and/or tournament formats for 13 of its 21 championship sports for the 2020-21 academic year. In late July, the NACC announced the postponement of all-conference regular-season competition and championships during the fall and winter seasons through December 31, 2020. Impacted fall sports […]

Marian softball opens registration for Fall Academy

Marian University softball has announced a three-week Fall Academy being held Sunday, Sept. 13, Sunday, Sept. 20, and Sunday, Sept. 27. The camp will be broken down into two age groups with kids in 2nd-6th grade running from noon to 2 p.m. and grades 7th-12th from 2:30-4:30 p.m.  The cost of attending one session of […]

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 […]

Davidson earns tryout with Huntsville Havoc of SPHL

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Former standout goalie Justin Davidson of Marian University ACHA D2 hockey has earned a tryout with the Huntsville Havoc of the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL). “Justin wasn’t a typical Marian ACHA player that went to play junior hockey to develop his game for a couple of years after high school,” commented […]

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 […]

NCHA moves conference play to 2021

DULUTH, Minn. – The Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (NCHA) announced today that it will be moving conference play to the 2021 calendar year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Conference athletic directors made the difficult decision in order to protect the health and safety of student-athletes, coaches, staff and administration, their families, and broader campus […]

Straight from home to become a Sabre

The Marian University women’s soccer program has taken advantage of a rare type of student-athlete recently by recruiting high schoolers who are home schooled. The Sabres currently boast three home schooled student-athletes on their roster in Charity Hertel along with sisters Alicia Balken and Jenae Balken.  Despite not attending a traditional high school, head coach […]

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. […]