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 […]

Sabre men’s volleyball falls to Lakeland in four sets

PLYMOUTH, Wis. – Marian University men’s volleyball (6-10, 0-5 NACC) dropped two sets by two points and another by three sets in a tight four-set match at Lakeland. Lakeland jumped out to a fast 7-1lead only to have the Sabres rally and bring the set back to a two-point match at 9-7.  The Muskies were […]

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 […]

Rauhut earns NACC pitcher of the week honors

MILWAUKEE – Senior Paige Rauhut had a strong start to the annual Marian softball spring break trip and has been named the NACC pitcher of the week, as voted on by the sports information directors of the league. Rauhut (McHenry, Ill.) was dominant in the circle, posting a 3-0 mark with a save as Marian […]

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 […]

Late rally lifts Carthage past Marian baseball 13-10

TUCSON, Ariz. – Marian University baseball (1-4, 0-0 NACC) led going into the bottom of the eighth but a big frame from Carthage lifted the Red Men past the Sabres 13-10. Carthage was able to plate one run in the first four innings but Marian was able to hold the lead after a five-run third […]

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 baseball splits opening day of spring trip

TUCSON, Ariz. – Marian University baseball (1-1, 0-0 NACC) defeated Luther 10-5 before falling to Mount Marty 11-9 to open their annual spring trip. The Sabres were able to open the day with an RBI single from junior Jonah Landowski in the top half of the first.  Marian was then able to break the game […]

Vitali and Enns earn All-NCHA recognition

DULUTH, Minn. – Sophomore Gianni Vitali and freshman Ty Enns have each earned All-NCHA recognition announced the league office Tuesday. In his first season as a Sabre, Vitali (Grand Rapids, Mich.) had a breakout season to earn All-NCHA honors as a forward.  Vitali led the Sabre offense scoring 16 goals and 18 points for a […]

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, […]