• School’s (Almost) Out…for…SUMMER!
    April 23, 2021

    By now, your students are preparing for summer and a well-earned break from a hectic year. They may already have summer plans in place (e.g. vacations, internships, summer courses), or they may still be unsure of how they’ll spend their time. Either way, the information below will help you connect your student to resources, events, and advice to get the most out of the next few months.

  • How My Degree from Marian University Saved My Way of Life
    March 22, 2021

    Donald McCann '20, recipient of a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Marian's online and accelerated programs, examines how he finished his degree in the "Nick of Time."

  • Saint Joe Indy Employee Partner Named to Forbes "America's Best Midsized Employers" List
    March 11, 2021

    Saint Joe Indy employee partner Allison Transmission has been named to Forbes list of “America’s Best Midsized Employers” for 2021. Allison Transmission is an American manufacturer of commercial duty automatic transmissions and hybrid propulsion systems, located in Indianapolis, Indiana. “We are so proud to partner with such an amazing company in Allison Transmission! The recognition from Forbes is well deserved...

  • Welcome Dr. Zachary Sylvain!
    March 1, 2021

    I started this past August as an assistant professor in the Biology Department at Marian, where I’m teaching environmental science and ecology courses

  • Donor Profile: Nancy Morales Krodel ’76
    March 1, 2021

    Nancy Morales Krodel ’76 first learned the powerful impact of alumni while on a field trip with Sr. Mary Rose Stockton, OSF ’43. Krodel, and several other students, were able to travel to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with their favorite chemistry professor because of the generosity of a Marian College alumnus who hosted the group for several days in his home.

  • The Haire Family: Faith and Tailgating
    February 26, 2021

    David Haire ’71 was president of his freshman class at Marian College, and he must have liked it. Fast-forward 50-plus years, and he’s still got a seat at the table as a member of Marian University’s Board of Trustees since 2000.

  • The Winter Blues: Recognizing and Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder
    February 26, 2021

    Your student is back on campus for second semester. It’s winter—the weather is cold and often gray. The stress of the semester is starting. It’s also the start of SAD for some. What is SAD? Sometimes referred to as the winter blues, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that is related to the change in seasons, specifically the cold winter months and lack of sun.

  • Institutional Learning Outcomes
    February 26, 2021

    Our identity as a Catholic Franciscan institution guides teaching practices in and out of the classroom at Marian University. During the 2018-19 academic year, Marian faculty and staff were engaged in discussions developing our institutional student learning outcomes and criteria for both undergraduate and graduate students.

  • The American Beaver: Nature’s Engineers!
    February 10, 2021

    The Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab is home to many animals that hibernate in the winter. Read on to see what Abigail discovered about some of the hibernating animals in the EcoLab!

  • Thank You For Letting Me Be Your Physician
    February 5, 2021

    Daniel Gelfman, M.D. emphasizes how emotionally valuable receiving patients' trust is to the practicing physician. ​He presents insight into understanding the emotional loss a physician may experience when leaving private practice, even if they remain active in medicine, and explains the profound personal satisfaction they can experience from long-term trusting relationships with patients.

  • How Do Animals Survive in Winter?
    January 26, 2021

    The Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab is home to many animals that hibernate in the winter. Hibernation has always fascinated me because it is a time that animals sleep for a very long period of time.

  • Photograph of Marian University Graduate and Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Officer Calming Autistic Child Goes Viral
    January 19, 2021

    In 2007, Richard El ’10 was recruited by Marian University to play football. During his time with the football program, he became a student assistant, graduate assistant, and later a coach.

  • Graduates Says Her Faith Led Her to Apply to Marian University
    January 19, 2021

    Maresa Kelly, a December 2019 graduate of Marian University, grew up in New Albany, Indiana, where she was born and raised Catholic. Her faith led her to apply to Catholic schools near and far, ultimately choosing Marian.

  • Marian University Graduate of the Last Decade Recognized for Leadership in Indy Tech Industry
    January 19, 2021

    Last fall, TechPoint, a company dedicated to bringing together the Indianapolis tech community, announced its prestigious Tech 25 Class of 2019. The 25 winners had been nominated for their incredible impact and commitment to propelling their fast-paced businesses forward. Marian University Graduate of the Last Decade, Amber Ferrari ’15, was among those recognized.

  • Graduate and Former Student-Athlete Becomes Youngest Chair of a Board of Accountancy in the World
    January 19, 2021

    Michael Barton ’14 is audit manager at Petrow Kane Leemhuis, PC, a local certified public accounting firm on the north side of Indianapolis, where he provides audit and attestation services to non-profits and privately held businesses.

  • International Student Earns Internship with Worldwide Accounting Firm EY
    January 19, 2021

    Max Ismoilov ’20 is no stranger to picking up and starting anew. His Marian University experience began as a transfer student in 2017 when he started his career as a collegiate tennis player and double major in accounting and finance.

  • Graduate Shares Experiences Shadowing Healthcare Workers While Studying Abroad
    January 19, 2021

    Htoo Thu ’20 was born in Burma and moved to Indianapolis eight years ago. Thu’s family moved to the United States as she was beginning the eighth grade at St. Mark’s Catholic School. Thu continued her Catholic education at Roncalli High School.

  • Graduate Works to Advocate for Foster Youth, Gets Legislation Passed
    January 19, 2021

    Josh Christian ’20 began college at Saint Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, Indiana. After the school suspended operations, Christian was one of 80 students who transferred to Marian in 2017. Like those 80 students, Christian was eager to finish his college career at Marian.

  • Marian University Graduate of the Master of Arts in Teaching Program Named 2019 IPS Teacher of the Year
    January 19, 2021

    Ethan Hoffman ’18 cracks a joke during his algebra class, getting five laughs in the back of the room. Proud, Hoffman knows this means his students are not only enjoying the lesson, but they are gaining a deeper understanding of the English language.

  • A Unique Case of Popliteal Artery Thrombosis in Isolated Prothrombin Gene Mutation
    December 30, 2020

    Fourth-year MU-COM student Kathleen Hoban and Dr. Sumathi Sakthi-Velavan recently published “A Unique Case of Popliteal Artery Thrombosis in Isolated Prothrombin Gene Mutation” in the journal Cereus.

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