Notre Dame’s Daniel Myers named Marquette provost
Dr. Daniel J. Myers, who will take office on July 1, will be
the No. 2 leader and chief academic officer at Marquette. A sociology
professor and member of Notre Dame’s faculty since 1998, Myers has led
the university's faculty affairs since 2011.
The announcement marks Marquette President Michael R.
Lovell’s fourth key leadership hire since he was named president in
spring 2014. Learn more about Myers and follow him on Twitter.
Marquette receives $500,000 grant for new pastoral leadership program
The new program is designed to equally address the personal
faith formation of ministers and their vocations as leaders in the wider
community where faith and culture often collide.
Nominations for participants began in mid-February, with the first cohort set to start in June. Learn more about the new program.
Rising in the West
The developing strategy to spark growth in Marquette's surrounding neighborhood
Economic development and re-branding are only two goals outlined by the Near West Side Partners Inc. Read more.