UPCOMING EVENTS

Christmas and Semester Break Hours of Operation

Marquette University will be closed Wednesday, December 24, 2014 through Thursday, January 1, 2015.

Limited campus services, including Public Safety, Facility Services and University Advancement will remain open. The university will re-open on Friday, January 2, 2015. Classes resume on Monday, January 12.

University holiday hours of operation can be found here.

Best wishes to those undergraduate and graduate students who will complete their graduation requirements this month. We have enjoyed having you as a part of the Marquette community. Please keep in touch.

 

NEWS

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Professors Contribute to National Discussion of the 2014 Elections

In addition to participating in recent conversations on local media outlets, Political Science professors have been frequent contributors to national-level discussions about the 2014 elections. Profs. Julia Azari, Paul Nolette, and Amber Wichowsky have been particularly active. Their posts and comments are available at the following links:

Democratic Heavyweights Take Aim

Republican Scott Walker Wins

Bourbon and Shellack

How National Are the 2014 Midterms

Did Clinton Really Have it Worse

The Empirical Presidency

A Narrative of Change

The Outlook for Judicial Appointments

Why We Should Care

 

Additional Recent News

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Prof. Barrington Discusses Ukraine's Present and Future

Professors Join Students to Watch and Discuss Election Returns

Prof. Hanley Awarded 2014 WK Fellowship

Prof. Azari Discusses New Book on Lake Effect

Prof. Barrington Interviewed by Fox 6 News on Conflict in Ukraine

Prof. Azari Article in Politco: Contradicting Criticisms of Obama's Leadership and Focus on Foreign Policy

Prof. Azari WUWM Interview: Internal GOP Conflict Will Continue

Prof. Wichowsky WK Young Scholar Recipient

Political Science Professor One of the Business Journal's 2014 "40 under 40"

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