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.
Grant from Charles E. Kubly Foundation supports phase II of trauma project
Dec. 12 Step-Singing, "light of learning" lantern ceremony and faculty parodies kick-off traditions
Mount Mary voices celebrate the holiday season
Five new members elected to the Board of Trustees
Five alumnae receive Madonna Medal and Tower Award honors
Theologian Rev. Bryan Massingale examines beliefs in wake of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown deaths
English department professors honored
Varied shapes, textures explore concepts of books in unbound form
Additional funds increase alumna's combined gift to $3.4 million
Continued Funding from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation Sustains P3 Project that Boosts Retention and College Completion
First-of-its kind program specifically prepares candidates nationwide for AOTA Board Certification
Showcase of ink drawings created by students, alumnae, faculty, administrators and staff depict interpretations of the soul
Pamela Owens Joins MMU as Vice President of Development
Campus Ministry invites local parishes to join Sunday evening Mass, 7pm, Christ King Chapel.
Women executives examine defining moments in activating personal leadership
Oct. 7 "Writers on Writing" event and Nov. 15 Publishing Institute offer writers tips on getting published, face-to-face interaction with authors and agents
Free Workshops for Survivors of Gender-based violence and Human Trafficking
Claudia Kennedy to give keynote address
Funds Support Interventions That Keep At-Risk First-Year Students on Path to Graduation
Over $1 million raised to support students in show's 45-year history
Professional from Howard Hughes Medical Center to Lead New School
Stories of collaboration, perseverance and resilience celebrated in interactive display.
Wisconsin's Private College Week, July 14-19, 2014
Register now for this summer art for youth camp taking place in July.
Dean Chioma Ugochukwu shares perspectives during a prayer service held on campus for abducted Nigerian schoolgirls. (WTMJ Channel 4)