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Marquette University
Graduate School
New Student Orientation
August 21, 2014
Dr. Jeanne M. Hossenlopp
Vice Provost for Research
Dean of the Graduate School
o Brief Overview of the University
o Graduate School Information
o Student Groups of GSO and PFF
Marquette University
• Established in 1881
• Founded in the
tradition of the Society
of Jesus
• University is named
after Rev. Jacques
Marquette, S.J. (1637
– 1675), a French
missionary and
explorer in North
America
University-Wide Strategic Plan
Beyond Boundaries:
Setting the Course for Marquette’s Future
Theme 1:
Pursuit of Academic Excellence for Human Well-being
Goal
Advance Marquette as a highly ranked destination university,
renowned for academic rigor, innovation and the achievements of its
community of scholars.
Strategic Plan Themes, cont.
Theme 2:
Research in Action
Goal
Advance Marquette as a university committed to research and
scholarship, with a distinctive emphasis on excellence in strategically
defined areas.
Strategic Plan Themes, cont.
Theme 3:
Social Responsibility and Community Engagement
Theme 4:
Formation of the Mind and the Heart
Context
Evaluation
Experience
Ignatian Pedagogy
Action
Reflection
Strategic Plan Themes, cont.
Theme 5:
Enhancement of Organizational Effectiveness
Theme 6:
Sustainability of Valuable Resources
Key Themes for Marquette’s Future:
Innovation,
Collaboration,
and
Entrepreneurship
Graduate School Units
• Graduate School
• Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
• Office of Research Compliance
Location of the
Graduate School
Holthusen Hall
1324 W. Wisconsin Ave.,
Room 305
Our Services Follow the Life
of a Graduate Student
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Recruitment
Admissions
Graduate Assistantships
Records
Graduate Student Professional Development
Graduate Student Organization (GSO)
Office Location:
Holthusen Hall, Room 460D
1324 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Mailboxes in Graduate School and AMU Lead Center
Phone:
(414) 288-5841
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
www.mu.edu/grad/GSO/current_GSO.shtml
GSO’s Roles
• Advocating for students
• Facilitating inter-departmental communication
• Providing a social network
Preparing Future Faculty and Professionals (PFFP)
Office Location:
Holthusen Hall, Room 460C
1324 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Mailbox in Graduate School
Phone:
(414) 288-5957
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
www.marquette.edu/pff/
PFFP Program’s Roles
• Providing graduate professional development opportunities, e.g. workshops,
seminars
• Creating an awareness of issues affecting the future of higher education
• Developing the knowledge and skills necessary for success in the job market
Contact the Graduate School
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Email – [email protected]
Telephone – (414) 288-7137
Website – marquette.edu/grad
Facebook – bit.ly/MarquetteGradSchool
Twitter – twitter.com/mugradschool
LinkedIn – bit.ly/MUGradSchool
Ms. Rose Trupiano
Research & Instructional Services Librarian
o Raynor Memorial Libraries
Raynor Memorial Libraries
 Two buildings connected via bridge
 Open 104 hours/week
 24/7 access to Raynor Library 1st & 2nd
floors & Bridge
 Information Desk (for library research help
& tech support)
 IM Reference help
 One-on-one Research Consultations with
Librarians
 400+ periodical article and primary resource
databases
 Subject Research Guides & Subject
Librarians
 1.8 million volumes, including:
• 1.1 million print books
• 785,000 electronic books
• 40,000+ electronic journals
• 2,000 current print journals
 Interlibrary Loan
 250 workstations (PCs, Macs,
laptops, MacBook Pros)
 Digital Media Studio with
equipment (video & digital
cameras, iPads, etc.) for checkout
 Media Consultations
 Group Study Rooms
 Café on the Bridge
http://libguides.marquette.edu/grad
http://libguides.marquette.edu/grad
http:www.marquette.edu/library
We STRONGLY recommend that graduate students who are
doing more comprehensive research on a topic, to DIRECTLY use
the databases in their subject area.
Marqcat Plus is a
DISCOVERY tool.
It allows you to search
simultaneously
through a number of
databases (including
Marqcat.)
It does NOT search
ALL of our databases,
nor does it offer
sophisticated
searching.
http://libguides.marquette.edu/databases
http://libguides.marquette.edu/healthdatabases
http://libguides.marquette.edu/browse.php?o=l
http://libguides.marquette.edu/theology
http://www.marquette.edu/library/research/index.shtml
http://www.marquette.edu/library/research/consultations.shtml
http://www.mu.edu/library/research/consultations.shtml
http://www.marquette.edu/library/services/swhw-software_hardware_list.shtml
http://www.marquette.edu/library/services/swhw-software_hardware_list.shtml
http://www.marquette.edu/library/research/citationManagement.shtml#2
https://www.facebook.com/marquettelibrary
www.marquette.edu/library
Thank you!
We hope to see
you soon!
Have a great
semester!
Ms. Kathy Lang
Chief Information Officer
Information Technology Services
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Exceptional customer service (Help Desk)
Technology leadership (CheckMarq, email, labs)
Quality products and services (D2L)
Proactive planning (IT Website, Alert Messages)
IT Services Help Desk
• Cudahy Hall, Second Floor
– 1313 W. Wisconsin
– Next to Raynor Library
• (414) 288-7799
• [email protected]
• www.marquette.edu/its
eMarq – Outlook Web Access (OWA)
http://emarq.mu.edu
Password Reset
http://reset.mu.edu
Password Security Questions
https://pwdreg.mu.edu/
Password Complexity
• Three of the following four
• Maximum password age of 180
categories:
days
– English uppercase characters (A through
• Minimum password age of 2 days
Z)
• Maintain a password history of 2
– English lowercase characters (a through z)
passwords and not allow reuse
– Base 10 digits (0 through 9)
• Must be a minimum of 8 characters
– Non-alphabetic characters (for example,
!, $, #, %)
CheckMarq
• Student Records,
including online
registration, grades and
schedules, change of
address
• Student Financials –
Bursar account
• Guest Access
Desire2Learn
Microsoft Office 365 with OneDrive Storage
Devices:
Windows PCs
Macs
iPads
iPhones/iPod Touches
Windows and Android phones
1TB of file storage
http://www.marquette.edu/its/365
Group Collaboration – MS Lync
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Instant Messaging (IM)
Presence
Web/video conferencing
Application sharing
VPN Access
• Reach library research databases without entering your name
and 14-digit library bar code
• Visit campus-restricted websites
Annual Allocation
Enrolled Students
Fall
Spring
Summer
$14.00
$14.00
$7.00
• Must install drivers in order to print
• Double sided printing default
www.Marquette.edu/ITS
Safe Computing &
Anti-virus
Password Reset
Help Desk
Never give out your
password
Anti-virus
Software
Secure your devices
with Passwords
IT Services Alert Messages
IT Services Alert
Welcome to Marquette
IT Services Help Desk
(414) 288-7799
www.marquette.edu/its
[email protected]
Dr. Kevin Gibson
Associate Dean
Graduate School
o Welcome and Congratulations!
o Graduate School Academic Requirements
o Graduate School Supports and Resources
Minimum Grades
• Graduate School requires a minimum
cumulative GPA of 3.000 for graduation
• Students also required to maintain a
cumulative GPA of 3.000 throughout
their programs
Additional Requirements to Maintain
Satisfactory Academic Progress
• “All degree graduate students must make substantial
and visible progress toward their degrees.”
– In addition to course work, must make progress
toward comprehensive or doctoral qualifying exam,
thesis or dissertation, etc.
• Six-year time limit for master’s, 8-year limit for
doctorate
Other Grounds for Warnings,
Remediation, or Dismissal
• Academic Dishonesty
– Plagiarism, cheating, allowing another to copy one’s work, etc.
• Professional Integrity
– “…the utmost personal integrity and the highest standards of
professionalism, including adherence to any commonly recognized
codes of conduct or professional standards…”
• Professional Performance
– “All students in professional, laboratory, or clinical settings must
maintain fully professional behavior at all times”
• Student Conduct Code
– Sexual harassment, failing to comply with reasonable directives, etc.
Career Services Center
Holthusen Hall, 1st Floor
1324 W. Wisconsin Ave.
(414) 288-7423
marquette.edu/csc
Office Location:
Phone:
Website:
Career Services Center’s Roles
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Individual Career Counseling Appointments
Quick Help Drop-in Hours, daily 12-2 p.m.
MUCSC website
MU Career Manager
Career Fairs
Career Services Workshops and Presentations
Resources for Students
www.marquette.edu/grad/
Academic and Professional
Development Resources
www.marquette.edu/grad/resources_ares.shtml
Student Life
Resources
www.marquette.edu/grad/
resources_stures.shtml
Beyond Boundaries
Ms. Sherri Lex
Assistant Director for Student Records
Graduate School
o Marquette University Workflow
o Graduate School Website
o Graduate Student Responsibilities
Marquette University Workflow
Student
Program
Graduate
School
Graduate Students
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Graduate Bulletin
Academic Calendar
CheckMarq
eMarq Email
NewsBriefs
Graduate School Webpage
Programs
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Administrative Assistant and Office Associate
Adviser
Director of Graduate Studies (DGS)
Faculty
Department Chair
College Dean
Graduate School
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Admissions
Financial Aid
Records
Assistant Dean
Associate Dean
Dean and Vice Provost for Research
www.marquette.edu/grad/
www.marquette.edu/grad/forms_index.shtml
www.marquette.edu/grad/current_index.shtml
www.marquette.edu/grad/current_datesanddeadlines.shtml
www.marquette.edu/grad/etd.shtml
www.marquette.edu/grad/current_graduation.shtml
Graduate Student Responsibilities
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Seek advising from your Department
Pay attention to academic deadlines
Read ALL informational emails from the Graduate School
Reference “Important dates and weekly announcements”
Read ALL NewsBriefs
Update CheckMarq address and telephone information
Become familiar with the Graduate School Website
Ms. Lizzie Kerrick
Admissions Coordinator
Graduate School
o Student Life
Cura Personalis
• Graduate School - More than academics
Excellence
Promotion of Faith
Leadership
Service to Others
Service Opportunities
Center for Community Service
AMU 329 (414) 288-6873
marquette.edu/osd/service
Several large-scale service days
1. Hunger Clean-Up
2. Make a Difference Day
3. Urban Connection
•Habitat for Humanity
•Big Brothers/Big Sisters
•Special Olympics
Counseling Center
Holthusen Hall, 2nd Floor
1324 W. Wisconsin Ave., Rm. 204 (414) 288-7172
marquette.edu/counseling
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Personal short-term counseling
Screening for depression, anxiety, alcohol and eating problems
Career counseling
Outreach & consultation services
Emergency services
Center for Psychological Services
Cramer Hall, 3rd Floor
604 N. 16th St., Rm. 307 (414) 288-3487
marquette.edu/psyc/cps
• Non-profit mental health facility
• Operated by MU’s Clinical Psychology Graduate Program – students and
faculty
• Affordable and effective treatment for diverse populations within the
Marquette community
• Evaluations of and treatment for psychological and educational problems
Marquette University Medical Clinic
marquette.edu/medical-clinic/
• On-campus medical clinic and wellness center for all MU students
• Provides healthcare, prevention, and education
• Main Clinic in Schroeder Health Complex; Satellite walk-in clinic and
wellness facility in 707 Building
• After-hours/weekends nurse line available free of charge to all MU students
(855) 839-5121
• All new students are required to complete immunization record and
tuberculosis screening form through CheckMarq online.
• Student health insurance options can be found on MU Risk Management’s
website at marquette.edu/riskunit/riskmanagement/student_health_insurance.shtml
Norman H. Ott Memorial Writing Center
Raynor Memorial Library, Room 240
1355 W. Wisconsin Ave
(414) 288-5542
marquette.edu/english/writingcenter
• Individual writing consultations
• Workshops for writers
• Mini Writing Retreats
Campus Ministry
AMU 236, 1442 W. Wisconsin Ave.
(414) 288-6873
marquette.edu/cm
• Serve students of all
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faiths
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• Sacred spaces throughout •
campus
Faith formation
Service programs
Retreats
Pastoral care
Fitness Centers
Helfaer Recreation Center and Tennis Stadium
525 N. 16th Street
(414) 288-6976
Rec Plex, located in Straz Tower
915 W. Wisconsin Ave.
(414) 288-7778
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Free to all students*
Need ID Card to enter facilities
Sports equipment available for check-out with ID
Fees for court rentals, professionally-led classes
*MU employees who receive full tuition remission may purchase a membership to the
facilities
Public Safety
Parking Structure 1, 749 N. 16th St.
Non-Emergency Phone: (414) 288-6800
Emergency Phone: (414) 288-1911
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Urban campus – Use common sense
Blue Light phones – More than 450
Cameras on and off-campus – More than 600
Three ways MU can help you get around –
– Safety Patrol Foot Escorts (414) 288-6363
– Blue LIMO Door-to-Door Service (414) 288-6363
– White LIMO Express Service
Parking Services
Wells Street Structure, 1240 W. Wells Street
(414) 288-6911
marquette.edu/parking
• Permits for One Semester or Both
Semesters
• 24-Hour/Overnight Permits: $295345/semester
• Commuter Permits
• Evening Only: $51/semester
• Daytime Part-Time Student: $75/semester
• Daytime Full-Time Student: $226/semester
• Daily Visitor Fees
• PAYABLE UPON ENTRY, Structures 1 or
2 only
• $5/day; $3 after 5:00pm; $3 on weekends
• Pay with cash, MasterCard or Visa.
Alumni Memorial Union
marquette.edu/amu
• Marquette Card Services Office
• Post Office / UPS Station
• Bus Passes and Public Transit info
• Full service U.S. Bank branch and ATMs
• Marquette Spirit Shop
Alumni Memorial Union
marquette.edu/amu
• Gender & Sexuality Resource Center
• Commuter Lounge
• Chapel of The Holy Family
• Islamic Prayer Room
• Center for Intercultural Engagement
AMU Food Services
• Marquette Place – Food Court style dining
• Lunda Room – Restaurant
• Brew Bayou – Coffee Shop
– Coffee Shops also in Cudahy Hall, Straz Hall, Raynor
Library Bridge, and Eckstein Hall (Law School)
University Bookstore
The Book Marq
818 North 16th Street (414) 288-7317
marquette.bkstr.com
• View book lists for courses on CheckMarq
• Place orders for books to be shipped or picked up on
campus
Milwaukee
www.officialmilwaukee.com
• The greater MKE area has a population of 1.6 million people
• 600,000 in MKE proper
• 30th most populous city in the U.S.
• Melting pot of cultures and ethnicities that are celebrated and showcased through
festivals, restaurants, events, and more
• MKE County has nearly 15,000 acres of parkland
• 10 miles of lakefront shoreline
• 4 professional sports teams (Admirals, Brewers, Bucks, Wave)
Milwaukee
www.officialmilwaukee.com
• MKE is also home to…
• Summerfest - largest outdoor music festival in the world
• Harley-Davidson
• Miller-Coors, and several other, smaller breweries
• The Milwaukee Ballet
• Milwaukee Art Museum
• The longest running showing of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” (Oriental
Theater)
• Bradford Beach
Marquette University
Graduate School
Thanks You!
Please remember to:
o Turn in your completed 2-sided evaluation
o Turn in your entry to win a door prize
o Visit with your GSO reps in the lobby
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