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.
With November designated as National Career Development Month, Mount Mary University's Advising and Career Development Office has filled the month with activities and resources to help students prepare for their majors and careers.
Mount Mary Students find the keys to a Fashion Career in the Big Apple. Ashley Duncan, fashion design major, shares her first-hand experience of fashion appointments and the bustling NY lifestyle.
Mount Mary University unveils its $1 million food lab renovation, opening curriculum and career opportunities for students. Generous donors, faculty, staff and students attended the official launch of the new food lab, marked by a "bacon-cutting" ...
Interior design students from the Residential Interior Design 2 class recently traveled to Chicago to participate in the Chicago Residential Design Summit, the largest conference of its kind in the Midwest.
Up-and-coming designers Michelle Lopez '03 and Andrea Dotzauer '06 of the MINIclassy recently chose Mount Mary campus as the backdrop for their new fall line.
Students from Deb Dosemagen's Instructional Assessment class conducted an oral history project, interviewing retired teachers from the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
Not only did novelist Rose Mary Kinder encourage the room full of readers, students and writers to write about what they know and love, she demonstrated her love of music by singing a cowboy lullaby.
Among the city's fashion enthusiasts, Milwaukee Fashion Week is an annual display that showcases the city's vibrant culture of style. Over the course of three days, 30 designers and their creative vision shine in the spotlight.
Teresa Wooster, graduate student in the English program shares work and life balance tips: "Going back to school was not practical. In fact, I wrote my entrance essay on how impractical it was! I'm a wife, a mom of three children, I have a job, ...
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.