A Marquette professor and son of Memphis, Tennessee, leads a group from Marquette on a pilgrimage to sites from civil rights history that still have volumes to say today.
Paige Peters’ born-at-Marquette technology treats storm and sewage water 20 times faster than normal, helping utilities prevent hazardous basement backups and overflows into surface waterways.
After Russia invaded Ukraine, alumnus Zachary Dmyterko braved a war zone to deliver a van load of humanitarian aid to the Ukrainian people. Today, he’s still sending supplies.
At 10 years and counting, the Marquette Law School Poll has set a new standard in Wisconsin polling and become a valued source of public opinion insights in battleground America and beyond. When a law school took the unlikely step of launching a public opinion poll, anything could have happened. But the Marquette Law School […]
Healing Conversations Felicia Mabuza-Suttle, Jour ’77, Grad ’78 Broadcaster, author and entrepreneur Born and raised in South Africa during apartheid, Mabuza-Suttle came to the United States on a student exchange program. After she earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Marquette, her broadcast career took her back home to create a trailblazing national talk show, The […]
The new Indigeneity Lab matches students with valuable research projects, including a mapping project that reveals Native American history throughout Milwaukee. By Diane M. Bacha When Clare Camblin and Cameron Fronczak told friends about their research project at Marquette’s Indigeneity Lab, they quickly learned how needed their work was. The lab was launched in spring […]