University News: Graduate School
News and stories from Marquette featuring the Graduate School. For more news, visit the Graduate School website.

A different kind of boot camp

Marquette Matters, December 2012/January 2013

News release, December 6, 2012

For many doctoral students, lingering in that dreaded “ABD” — all but dissertation — status kills their chances of ever adding those other three initials — Ph.D. — behind their name. But students intent on finishing their doctoral degree have a valuable tool: the Graduate School’s Dissertation Boot Camp. For one intense week, students lock […]

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From Scott R. Pilarz, S.J.

Marquette Magazine, Summer 2012

News release, July 18, 2012

Today, Kerry Grosse, Arts ’92, is Marquette’s associate registrar — the point person for getting all final grades filed correctly and on time, among other responsibilities — but 16 years ago, she was a brand-new admissions counselor traveling the Midwest representing this university.

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Traveling abroad guided by sounds

Marquette Magazine, Summer 2012

News release, July 18, 2012

Justine Shorter was 14 years old when glaucoma and cataracts began to steal her sight. At 15, she was declared legally blind.

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Fresh feasts

Marquette Magazine, Summer 2012

News release, July 18, 2012

Steve Casey, Grad ’96, wants to end some unlikely food droughts. They occur in neighborhoods that locals call “food deserts,” or areas where it’s hard to find fresh produce because of a lack of accessible supermarkets. Casey lives in a food desert in Chicago and knows the problem is real.

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From the vice provost for research

Discover Research, 2012

News release, July 16, 2012

Welcome to the 2012 edition of Discover magazine, highlighting some of the exciting research and scholarship of Marquette University’s talented faculty, ranging from fundamental work in individual disciplines to innovative, and often interdisciplinary, approaches to solving some of the most critical issues of our time.

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Marquette University study shows radiation from airport scanners extends into organs; still lower than health standards

News release, June 11, 2012

MILWAUKEE — A study by the Marquette University College of Engineering concludes that the radiation dose from full-body backscatter x-ray scanners in airports extends to organs beyond the skin, but is still lower than health standards. The study is the first nongovernment funded research to estimate the amount of radiation to individual organs. The research […]

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Second Annual Waukesha Women’s Leadership Luncheon is June 2

News release, May 23, 2011

MILWAUKEE — Marquette University is holding the second annual Waukesha County Women’s Leadership Luncheon Thursday, June 2 at the Country Springs Hotel in Pewaukee. Proceeds from the event will support scholarships for female students from Waukesha County aspiring to attend Marquette. The luncheon will feature three of Marquette’s female deans, all of whose colleges are […]

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Marquette graduate business students win state competition

News release, February 25, 2011

MBA team retains ACG Cup with second victory in as many years MILWAUKEE — Four students from Marquette University’s Graduate School of Management defeated teams from the University of Wisconsin and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to win the third Wisconsin Association for Corporate Growth Cup. The ACG Cup is a case study competition where MBA students […]

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Accounting alumnus honored for high CPA Exam score

News release, January 25, 2011

Rebstock is second Marquette grad in a row to receive Elijah Watt Sells Award MILWAUKEE — Andrew Rebstock, a 2009 graduate of Marquette University’s Graduate School of Management, has been honored by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants with its Elijah Watt Sells Award, given annually to the top performers on the CPA Exam. […]

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