• Karen Lincoln Michel

    Pause to reflect: Karen Lincoln Michel

    In this time when so many news organizations are shrinking or shuttering, the one led by Karen Lincoln Michel is bucking the trend.

  • Dean and Faculty Member

    The dean down the hall

    What happened when faculty couple Dean Heidi Bostic and Dr. Stephen Pluháček traded their Milwaukee home for a campus apartment, piloting the idea of faculty living on campus to support students in their daily lives?

  • Colin Dowdle and Standing Desk Project

    Stand-up guy

    Colin Dowdle had an idea for a product he was sure could be a hit. Hard work — and some incredible valuable alumni advisers — made his unique standing desk, Lillipad, happen.

  • Jasmine Zapata Superhero of Medicine

    Always on call

    Knowing her purpose since kindergarten has helped physician and epidemiologist Jasmine Zapata pursue her passion to make people’s lives healthier and more equitable. You could say it’s her superpower.

  • Interior of O'Brien Hall

    High performer

    It’s a new era for the College of Business Administration. The Dr. E. J. and Margaret O’Brien Hall is here as the inviting, state-of-the-art home for Marquette Business and innovation leadership programs — and more transformative projects are on the way.

  • Sam Nemanich

    Occupational therapy professor awarded department’s first NIH grant

    Dr. Samuel Nemanich receives R03 to study motor skills in children Dr. Samuel Nemanich, assistant professor of occupational therapy, has received a $300,000 R03 grant award from the National Institutes of Health to study motor skills in children — specifically, to determine whether there are differences in learned skills between children born pre-term and those born…

  • Marquette engineers place first in wastewater treatment solutions design competition

    Earlier this month, a team of five Marquette engineering students applied their skills to meet the needs of a real community, placing first in a competition to propose wastewater treatment solutions for Bijagua, Costa Rica. Hosted by Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA), the fourth Annual Midwest Student Design Competition brought together 11 design teams…

  • Register by May 26 for summer 2023 Employee Leadership Development Program 

    The summer 2023 cohort of the Marquette Employee Leadership Development Program will be held at the 313 Building on the following dates, with registration due by Friday, May 26:  Leadership Development Program Training Dates  Thursday, June 8: 8:30 a.m. to noon Thursday, June 15: 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, June 22: 8:30 a.m. to noon…

  • Marquette University spring choir performance, April 29

    The Marquette University Chorus and Chamber Choir will perform at the Milwaukee Art Museum Windhover Hall on Saturday, April 29, at noon. Admission is free and open to the public. 

  • Marquette ranked by Princeton Review for ROI, internships

    The Princeton Review this week released its list of 209 Best Value Colleges for 2023 — Marquette University was again named to the list.  Out of more than 650 colleges and universities the Princeton Review evaluated for this year’s list, the 209 schools chosen are those the education services group recommends as offering the best…