Marquette’s Trinity Fellows Program recently expanded to allow for more graduated students to work with local nonprofit organizations.
A Marquette Law alum connected with Milwaukee’s homeless community and began filming their stories and experiences, turning it into a documentary featured at Milwaukee’s Film Festival and shining a light on the city’s issue of homelessness.
To honor a deceased bassoon player, Marquette has created an archive of Milwaukee music that consists of over 2,000 catalogued recordings or memorabilia related to artists located in Raynor Memorial Libraries.
A lack of women in comper science careers inspired Marquette professor to work with Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast on computer coding lessons through various encouraging meathods.
Marquette pediatric dentist helps to improve the dental hygiene of around 7,400 Milwaukee children per year.
Marquette is one school of 22 colleges from across southeast Wisconsin involved in “The Commons”, a nine week gathering of over 80 of the regions most entreprenurial and innovative students working on real-world projects.
Alumnus of Marquette Law and School of Engineering works at the forefront of Milwaukee’s water research and combats some of the world’s most challenging water policy issues.
Upon discovering the lack of food in the area surrounding campus, a Marquette graduate is working to provide a grocery store that would provide food for Marquette and the surrounding community.
Located at Marquette, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service is dedicated to reporting stories that take place in developing neighborhoods in the city, and gives a platform for underrepresented stories in the media.