Marquette Alumnus Mark Rampolla went out on a limb in starting the company that introduced North Americans to coconut water. Then and now, there’s a mission to his method.
The Marquette University community mourns the loss of one of its closest friends and most significant benefactors, Kathryn “Kay” Eckstein. Kay received her bachelor’s degree from Marquette in speech in 1949. The Marquette University Law School facility is named in the honor of her and her husband, Ray, Law ’49. “Kay Eckstein lived a life filled […]
The Center for Gender and Sexualities Studies announced the 2017 Women and Girls of Color grant recipients. The four projects below were selected this year across areas of health, academic achievement, and interpersonal violence. Health Mental Health and Academic Success Among Latina Emerging Adults: The Role of Culture and Gender Expectations; Dr. Lucas Torres, associate […]
How do we perceive a sudden twig snap as a possible threat? Dr. Marieke Gilmartin turns on and off different parts of the brain to solve this mystery.
A researcher’s growing body of work explores how prejudice, discrimination and state policies affect the daily realities of Arab and Muslim Americans.
Marquette University’s 707 Hub will host an open house and lunch on Friday, May 12, at noon in the 707 building on the first floor. The open house will explore and celebrate Marquette’s new 707 Hub, the home of the Kohler Center for Entrepreneurship and the Social Innovation Initiative. The 707 Hub is a campus […]
Driven to adapt his pioneering and proven treatment methods in new ways, Dr. Robert Fox keeps expanding his influence on young children with behavior problems.
Marquette University Law School will host an open house on Friday, May 12, at 11:45 a.m. in Eckstein Hall. The open house will feature admissions and financial aid information, full- and part-time enrollment options, and a panel featuring several current students. Tours of the Law School, led by a current law student, are scheduled to […]
Spring 2017 course evaluations are available as of Monday, April 24, and run through Sunday, May 7. Students who complete evaluations for all of their classes will be entered into a drawing to win Amazon gift certificates in the amount of $50. The online course evaluation system, MOCES, is also available as a mobile-friendly page […]
A new library exhibit in the Raynor Memorial Libraries’ Department of Special Collections and University Archives, “Out of the Bindings: Maps in Rare Books of the 16th–19th Centuries,” illuminates the discoveries of 16th to 19th century explorers through maps published in their books. The maps reflect explorations from around the world; as far-reaching as a […]