Marquette’s political science researchers offer public audiences context and scholarship amid some of today’s most discussed societal and political matters.
A novel research and community-building program provides opportunities for Indigenous students to promote a deeper understanding of their shared heritage.
In his educational leadership roles, alumnus Patrick Landry pushes big ideas to effect positive change for low-income families and communities.
Klingler professors collaborate across campus and with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to address water quality challenges and promote healthier environments.
A Marquette scholar’s fellowship at an influential Chicago library brings life to the cultural history of deafness.
Computing potential post-wildfire destruction could lead to preventive solutions.
Biology researcher and secondary school science teachers score a win-win by teaming up on climate change investigations.
Spanish professor explores the crossroads of history and culture and transforms her research into unexpected collaborations.
Vocational discernment courses provide students with reflective opportunities for self-discovery.
New center explores the ethical, social and political dimensions of an increasingly data-driven society.