News Archive

Stritch welcomes author and founder of Backbone Institute

3/3/2015 1:47:09 PM

Susan A. Marshall, '86, will visit Stritch on March 26 for the Business Leaders with a Conscience Speakers Series.

Library seeks students to participate in usablity test

3/3/2015 1:38:36 PM

The Library is seeking student volunteers to test out a new search tool. Participants who complete the session will receive a $10 Amazon gift card.

Wolves featured on local news

2/10/2015 11:26:00 AM

Local FOX affiliate, WITI, recently featured the Wolves on the evening news for hosting more than 100 children and adults from Life Navigators.

Experts to visit campus for sciences career panel

2/10/2015 10:55:16 AM

The Department of Natural Science’s Pre-Professional Club will host a panel discussion on careers in the sciences on Friday, Feb. 13. “Your Options and How to Get There” will begin at 3 p.m. in Roger Bacon 202.

Innovative government leader to speak on Feb. 17

2/2/2015 12:44:58 PM

Ray Allen, '85, deputy secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions, will visit Stritch for Business Leaders with a Conscience.

Alumni Board welcomes four new members

1/26/2015 10:38:36 AM

The Alumni Association added four new members to its Board of Directors at its first meeting of the year.

Alumnae support Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee

1/22/2015 11:45:19 AM

Three alumnae recently offered their time and talents for the organization’s annual Fine Arts Exhibit.

'Judo at Stritch' to host information table on Jan. 20

1/16/2015 12:36:14 PM

Students are invited to visit the Union from 11 a.m. – 1p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 20, to learn about enrolling in a one-credit Judo course or participating in the student club.

Global manufacturing executive visits campus

1/14/2015 2:47:01 PM

Vice President/COO of Waukesha Metal Products Michael Steger, ’97, ’99, ’05, kicked off the 2015 Business Leaders with a Conscience Speakers Series on Jan. 28.

A package deal

12/19/2014 11:21:52 AM

Teammates for life, twin sisters hope to contribute to another national championship run for women's basketball

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