Dr. Deanna Arble says there is scientific evidence that sun or light exposure contributes to mood elevation.
A cross-disciplinary team of faculty redesigned a developmental math course for incoming students.
We Are All Marquette: A Q&A with Dr. Qindan Huang, associate professor of civil, construction and environmental engineering
Dr. Qindan Huang discusses the importance of having women representation in STEM, the changes she’s seeing in the engineering industry and her proudest moments at Marquette.
23-year-old Colton Herbert has been battling a rare form of cancer since early 2022, but this weekend will mark a milestone in his life as he walks across the stage to receive his bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering.
By Jaiden Schueller, communication intern in the Office of University Relations A Shark Tank-style pitch competition on the Marquette campus overflowed with entrepreneurial spirit last month as students shared their creative business and social impact ideas, hoping the judges would award seed funds to help advance their innovative solutions. The spirited contest is the Brewed…
2023 COMMENCEMENT SERIES | Helping at home: New Marquette Law School grad to help asylum seekers in native south Texas
After graduation, Aimeé Treviño plans to work for the South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project.
This year’s Commencement address will have its fair share of motherly advice, especially for one graduating senior. Brandon Grandalski will get the opportunity to hear his mother, Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin, speak to the class.
We Are All Marquette: A Q&A with Patrick Correia-Harker, assistant director of national recruitment, Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Patrick Correia-Harker, assistant director of national recruitment, takes part in a Q&A.
We Are All Marquette: A Q&A with Dr. Deborah Contreras-Tadych, diversity coordinator in the Counseling Center
Fostering a more welcoming campus is one of many goals Marquette has for improving diversity, equity and inclusion.
From the Cream City to the City of Angels: Communication students gain valuable insights into the world of entertainment
A unique program in the Diederich College of Communication gives students the opportunity to connect with alumni and industry professionals in their fields.