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 […]

Rauhut and Dugandzic named Sabres of the Month for March

Senior Paige Rauhut of Marian University softball and junior Nick Dugandzic of Sabre baseball have been named the Sabres of the Month for March. Rauhut (McHenry, Ill.) had a dominant spring break posting a 1.62 earned run average over seven starts and nine appearances.  She would toss three complete games with one shutout and one […]

Marian athletics announces addition of eSports to varsity lineup

Marian University athletics has announced the addition of eSports as an official club sport bringing Marian to 25 sports in total. “eSports is such an up-and-coming sport that it only made sense to add it to our ever-growing athletic department,” commented director of athletics Jason Bartelt.  “I look forward to welcoming new student-athletes to campus […]

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 […]

Mueller named first-team all-conference by CIBC

WHITEWATER, Wis. – Senior Samantha Mueller of Marian University women’s bowling has been named first-team all-conference, as announced by the league Thursday afternoon. In her only senior as a Sabre, Mueller (Fond du Lac, Wis.) helped lay the foundation for the Sabre women’s bowling program in their inaugural season.  Mueller helped lead Marian to the […]

Loesch earns final NACC player of the week award

MILWAUKEE – Junior Peyton Loesch of Marian University softball has been named the NACC player of the week, as voted on by the sports information directors of the league. Loesch (Bolingbrook, Ill.) had a strong finish to the annual spring trip hitting 12-for-19 (.632) with a 1.053 slugging percentage. She also scored seven times and […]

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 […]

Marian athletics response to COVID-19

Marian University and Sabre athletics are continually monitoring and taking the necessary precautions to aid in the prevention of the COVID-19 virus on campus to protect the health and well-being of students, faculty, and staff. With the health and safety of student-athletes in mind, along with the welfare of campus communities, the Northern Athletics Collegiate […]

Sabre men’s lacrosse falls to Potsdam 15-8

POTSDAM, N.Y. – Marian University men’s lacrosse (2-2, 0-1 MLC) closed out their spring break trip falling to Potsdam 15-8. The Bears were able to get out to a fast start scoring the first three goals of the game.  Sophomore Erik Horman was able to score the first Marian goal which was followed by another […]

Marian baseball earns sweep of Bethany Lutheran

TUCSON, Ariz. – Marian University baseball (3-4, 0-0 NACC) earned their first sweep of the season defeating Bethany Lutheran 15-3 and 5-1. The Vikings were able to open the doubleheader with a 2-0 lead after three but the Sabre offense went on to score 15 runs in the final four innings.  Junior Nick Dugandzic drove […]