News from Mount Mary
Mount Mary University has a lot to talk about -- special events, interesting faculty, creative campus -- you'll find it all right here.
In step with Milwaukee's own Fashion Week in mid-September, fashion entrepreneur Sydney Deutsch '11, hosts her annual fashion show outside her boutique, Hyde Park MKE.
Known both for her art and social advocacy, New York artist Heather Hart spent a week on campus spurring the community to act in support of underrepresented artists.
Through DACA, 800,000 young people, who were brought to the United States as children without legal immigrant status. Mount Mary is committed to fostering a just community that welcomes, supports, and celebrates all of our students.
The Starving Artists' Show is a beloved tradition - for Mount Mary's Alumnae Association, for the thousands of patrons who attend with family and friends - and for the artists who draw in an enthusiastic following.
Starting this semester Mount Mary University is now serving Colectivo Coffee roasters at their café locations so students everywhere can get their java fix for the school year.
Prospective students researching their college options can check out over a hundred options for future pursuits at the free Wisconsin Education Fair from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27 at Mount Mary University.
The 2017 Starving Artists' Show will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, September 10 on Mount Mary University's west lawn.
New York artist Heather Hart, who has facilitated cultural dialog among underrepresented artists through her Black Lunch Table project, is holding two sessions during a weeklong visit to Mount Mary University.
Mount Mary alumna and recognized mental health local advocate Billie Kubly '57, has gifted $500,000 to the University to expand campus mental health services.
The fall semester is ramping up around themes of transformation and creativity.
President Christine Pharr, Ph.D., received a Milwaukee-style welcome Monday with an ice cream party that brought Purple Door Ice Cream to campus.
Zecilia Alamillo-Roman, '17, known for her many leadership activities on campus, will be recognized at the HPGM Annual Meeting.
Prospective students interested in attending Mount Mary University this fall will experience a streamlined process that puts them on the fast track to enrollment.
Armed with an education and a mission, one woman has lived a life grounded in faith and service. Her story spans the globe, from Israel to Uganda before circling back to Green Bay, Wis.
The featured artists for the 2017 Starving Artists' Show demonstrate the scope of artistry at this event, held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 10 on the grounds of Mount Mary University.
Tanya Gross, `91, co-directs a unique service retreat that puts teens to work – to help serve their community and to deepen their faith.
Garments from University's historic costume collection displayed at Museum of Wisconsin Art.
Someday, decades from now, workers will open up a wall at Mount Mary University and hand over a colorful bread box. Read a letter from the current Dietetics Department Chair to 50 years in the future.
Tour Mount Mary's beautiful campus, speak with an admission counselor, learn about generous scholarships and financial aid and enjoy lunch on campus as part of special programming for prospective students during Wisconsin Private College Week.
To keep low-income students on track to earn their degrees, Mount Mary is establishing an emergency aid fund through an $84,000 Dash Emergency Grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates.
Over 850 individuals gathered at the Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee for the Milwaukee Business Journal's 2017 Women of Influence awards.
This program gives high school graduates an opportunity to earn an Associate Degree in Nursing, licensure as a Registered Nurse and then seamlessly move to completing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree within four years.
High school teachers and staff at Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha became students themselves as they engaged in problem-solving and collaborative activities led by Mount Mary educator Deb Dosemagen.
On a spring day filled with promise, 232 students graduate from Mount Mary University; Student surprises mom with early Mother's Day gift.
Local businesses and notable members of the fashion industry recognized a number of student fashion designs today at Transcend, the CREO 2017 student fashion show.