News from Mount Mary
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Mount Mary University’s Grace Scholars program, which covers 85 percent of tuition annually for up to four years for select Milwaukee students, will offer a guaranteed spot to nine local community-based organizations next fall.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Mount Mary University $3 million to increase graduation rates for low-income students who enter college needing developmental support in English and math.
Singer, writer and actress Teri Bays comes to Mount Mary University October 25 to perform a one-woman play depicting the life of social justice advocate Joan Chittister.
The Publishing Institute at Mount Mary University on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 offers resources, connections and inspiration for writers and will feature well-known writers Jacquelyn Mitchard and Dasha Kelly who both have ties to the Milwaukee community.
Mount Mary is proud to recognize the faculty, staff, and administration celebrating their anniversary of dedicated service to the University. These employees have served more than 315 years of collective service.
Carrie King, Ph.D. and Tammy Scheidegger, Ph.D., will present the results of a trauma research project at a conference with 5,000 counseling professionals.
Dasha Kelly exemplified her work as one of Milwaukee’s most recognizable writers, poets, and spoken word artists this week at a campus-sponsored community event for local writers.
A Wisconsin Education Fair for area high school students, parents and other prospective adult students will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19 at Mount Mary University.
Approximately 50 local alumni of the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program will meet at Mount Mary University for a career readiness workshop on Monday, September 17, 2018.
With over 200 artists displaying their wares and multitudes of art lovers on campus, the Starving Artists’ Show is a hallmark event for Mount Mary. This year, faculty members also led hands-on activities, providing a glimpse into campus creativity.
Nine artists whose work spans ceramics, fibers, glasswork, jewelry, painting and more have been chosen to represent the scope of the 2018 Starving Artists' Show, held Sunday, Sept, 9 at Mount Mary University.
Mount Mary University dedicated two buildings today to significant women who have had a lasting impact upon the community.
As we begin the new academic year, we reflect on the many accomplishments from the past year.
Get a glimpse of the excitement of the first week on campus as new students are welcomed to Mount Mary.
Students in Jordan Acker Anderson's Art and Social Justice honors class created immersive art experiences on campus to create conversation and empathy around common social issues.
Mount Mary University will create and implement strategies for decreasing educational barriers for underrepresented students through a $1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Inclusive Excellence Initiative.
Donna Ricco, known for the smart and stylish dresses she designed and sold under her label, is returning to her alma mater Mount Mary University for a position that leverages her industry connections and professional expertise.
At Mount Mary's new Summer Leadership Academy, 50 high school students from across the United States will learn essential leadership and confidence building, explore career paths and learn from professional and Mount Mary student mentors this week.
Mount Mary will welcome middle and high-school students to fashion boot camp June 18-22.
This semester, the Advanced Interior Design class took on an ambitious challenge, to redesign an entire city street from the inside out.
Mount Mary University and the Mount Mary Alumnae Association will honor four distinguished alumnae at the annual Awards Night celebration on June 7.
Mount Mary University has recently purchased a four-unit apartment building specifically for graduate students and is set for occupancy June 1, according to Erich Zeimantz, director of residence life.
To fully appreciate an experience as momentous as a graduation, you must use a different kind of recording device, said Mount Mary commencement speaker S. Joanne Poehlman SSND.
Bridgett Wilder, graduating Saturday with a major in Dietetics and a minor in Psychology, will share her experience of perseverance at Mount Mary's commencement ceremony.
Fashion that defies convention was the theme of this year's CREO fashion show, which was held at the Bloechl Center on campus Friday.