Susan Stawicki-Vrobel, M.A.


  • Marquette University
    • ABD, U.S. History
  • Michigan State University
    • M.A., U.S. History, Archival Administration
  • Baldwin-Wallace College
    • B.A., History & Secondary Education

Professional Experience

  • Archival Technical Assistant, Marquette University Department of Special Collections and University Archives (1991-present)
  • Temporary Adjunct Faculty Member, Mount Mary University (2001)
  • Temporary Adjunct Faculty Member, Lakeland College Lifelong Learning Division (1990-1997)
  • Instructor, Cardinal Stritch College (1991)
  • Instructor, Marquette University History Department (1987-1988)
  • NEH Project Archivist, The Grail, Archives, Loveland OH (1984-1985)


  • Marquette University
    • Smith Family Fellowship (1988-1989, 1989-1990)
  • Michigan State University
    • Affirmative Action Assistantship (1980)
  • Baldwin-Wallace College
    • Laub Foundation Scholarship (1978-1979)
    • Baldwin-Wallace Scholarship (1977-1979)
    • Phi Alpha Theta Vice-President (1978-1979)
    • Selected to represent college in national competition for Danforth Foundation Fellowship (1978

Presentations and Publications

  • Susan B. Stawicki-Vrobel. "The Elderly." in James Ciment (ed.) "Encyclopedia of the Great Depression and the New Deal." Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2001.
  • "This Place was Made for Drunkards: The Ohio Soldiers Home, 1888-1898." Presented at the Ohio Academy of Historians, Spring meeting, April 2000.
  • "Prescriptive Exercise for the Elderly in Popular Twentieth Century Magazines." Presented at the Sports and Society Conference, Northern Michigan University, June 1999.
  • "Alleluia, Excelsior, Forward: The U.S. Grail Movement." Presented at the Fall 1985 meeting of the Midwest Archives Conference in Columbus, OH.
  • "Petty Jealousy: The FBI and HUAC, 1952-1954." Presented at the Wisconsin Regional Phi Alpha Theta meeting, Spring 1988.


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Marquette University College of Professional Studies
707 Building, Room 403
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee WI 53201-1881
Phone: (414) 288-3153 or (800) 793-6450, extension 2
FAX: (414) 288-3298