The Marquette Tribune, a student-produced publication run by the Student Media Department within the Dietrich College of Communication has published an editorial on the Marquette University Police Department’s Homeless Outreach Team. The Homeless Outreach Team keeps stocks of clothes and other supplies for those who may be in need, aligning with MUPD’s values as well […]
What’s at the heart of a diverse suburb’s identity — and how is it best marketed to the world? A group of Marquette business students lead the effort to provide answers.
The Office of the Provost and the Office of Community Engagement invites applicants to seek funding for the Community Engaged Research Partnership Development Grant.
Marquette Assistant Financial Aid Director Mark Levine works overtime to get more Milwaukee Public Schools completing the forms they need to qualify for financial aid, wherever they plan to go to college.
At the beginning of a Mission Week focusing on racial justice, Dr. Daniel Bergen, executive director of Marquette’s Office of Community Engagement, offers a reflection titled “‘I’m not going’— Meeting one another in the space underneath the table.”
Over 200 years after philosopher Immanuel Kant created ground rules for the perfect dinner party, Marquette’s Kantian Dinner Party Initiative brings strangers together to foster civil debate and dialogue in Milwaukee.
More than 250 participants from across campus and across Milwaukee participated in Marquette’s inaugural Community Engagement Symposium yesterday in the Alumni Memorial Union. Four leading practitioners of community engagement — two faculty members and two community partners — were honored at the event for their outstanding contributions to the well-being of the community. The symposium promoted engaged research […]
Alyson Gerdes, associate professor of psychology, has been working with the United Community Center to provide a program for Latino children struggling with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Together, they operate Familia Sanas, or Healthy Families, which focuses on using a culturally-appropriate ADHD treatment for Spanish-speaking, Latino families in the greater Milwaukee area.
The inaugural Community Engagement Symposium will be held Tuesday, Nov. 15. The event will provide community organizations, faculty and staff members the chance to engage in dialogue about, and networking related to, mutually beneficial, bidirectional research and learning opportunities, as well as the necessary tools and resources to support and strengthen partnerships. The symposium will […]
Through its Peace Works program, Marquette University’s Center for Peacemaking will more than double its work in Milwaukee Public Schools this year to help students who have been reassigned to alternative schools for serious disciplinary violations to modify behavior, improve attendance and decrease suspensions.