• Beyond MU: ‘The Chicago Lakefront: How Did It Happen’ is July 27 

    Beyond MU: Lifelong Learning will host a webinar titled “The Chicago Lakefront: How Did It Happen?” on Tuesday, July 27, at noon. Register via Zoom.   How did Chicago, a city known for commerce, come to have such a splendid public waterfront—its most treasured asset? The story is told in Dean Kearney’s new book—Lakefront: Public Trust and Private Rights in Chicago, which…

  • University mourns the loss of Rodney Halverson 

    Marquette University mourns the loss of Rodney Halverson, former groundskeeper for the Department of Facilities, Planning and Management.   Rodney was a beloved member of the community for over 20 years. He joined Marquette in 2000 and retired at the end of 2020. Once available, funeral details and an obituary will be posted on Marquette Today.  …

  • Adopting AI in Patient Care

    Marquette research team explores how artificial intelligence is changing care and jobs in the ICU

  • Dr. Deanna Arble honored with Way Klingler Early Career Award

    The award supports promising new scholars in critical stages of their careers.

  • Dr. Pilar Bellver receives Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Award

    The award recognizes exemplary leadership that manifests the ideals of diversity, equity and inclusion into practical action.

  • In the driver’s seat

    Opus College collaboration gives children with mobility limitations a new lease on life.

  • Vice President for Inclusive Excellence William Welburn to retire

    Dr. William Welburn, vice president for inclusive excellence for the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, will retire on Aug. 31, 2021, after 12 years of service to Marquette University. Welburn has been responsible for leading the campus’ direction on diversity, equity and inclusion by working with other campus leaders, faculty, staff, and students on envisioning…

  • Dr. Kimberly Norden honored with Teaching Excellence Award

    The award is the highest honor bestowed upon university faculty members.

  • Early look: New business school building will have much to offer all

    With much of its foundation poured, the new home for Marquette Business is now more concrete than idea. Indeed, when it opens in December 2022, the four-story, 100,000-square-foot building will house new and dynamic classroom, office, meeting and collaboration spaces for students, faculty and staff in the College of Business Administration and Graduate School of…

  • College of Nursing receives nearly $2.2 million to continue Project BEYOND-2

    The College of Nursing has received a nearly $2.2 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to continue Project BEYOND-2, which builds equitable youth opportunities for nursing diversity. Project BEYOND-2 aims to improve nursing workforce diversity by increasing the numbers of students and graduates…