The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, which motivates and supports low-income and first-generation college students to enter and succeed in higher education, is accepting applications through Monday, Oct. 31. The McNair Scholars Program prepares sophomores to near-graduating seniors for graduate school through immersion into graduate-level research projects and familiarization with the graduate school application process. Students […]
Marquette’s Institute for Women’s Leadership will begin its 2022–23 WISDOM series on Friday, Oct. 14, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the 707 Hub. The series will feature alumnae from the field of political science, including: Isioma Nwabuzor, associate general counsel and assistant corporate secretary of Modine Manufacturing Marlo Reeves, associate researcher, socially responsible evaluation […]
Ready to Inspire Success and Excellence (RISE) is a multicultural pre-orientation program that hosts underrepresented students at Marquette for three days. RISE offers first-year and transfer students the opportunity to build community, ask questions, and settle into the campus alongside peers with similar backgrounds and with the guidance of a peer mentor.
Marquette’s Center for Urban Research, Teaching and Outreach (CURTO), through the Black and Latino/a Ecosystem and Support Transition (BLEST) Hub, has released its 2022 “State of the Ecosystem Research,” which highlights the continued commitment to create new avenue to support Black and Latino/a students in Milwaukee via research and programming efforts throughout the city. The […]
Programs and events will be hosted on campus to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from Thursday, Sept. 15, through Saturday, Oct. 15. Following are the scheduled events as of Sept. 15: Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff and Mexican Independence Day Friday, Sept. 16 | Noon, AMU second floor rotunda Join the Center for Engagement and Inclusion as […]
As a Catholic, Jesuit institution, part of Marquette’s mission is to provide a transformational experience for all students by expanding pathways to educational success and opportunity. That is why Marquette has initiatives in place to connect with, empower and support students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds.
By Michael Vazquez, graduate assistant of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion On Wednesday, Aug. 10, I attended a tour and group discussion at America’s Black Holocaust Museum (ABHM), hosted by Marquette University’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion. ABHM was founded by Dr. James Cameron, one of the only known survivors of a […]
Edith Hudson, chief of the Marquette University Police Department, leads over 80 public service officials and is also a valued member of Near West Side Inc.’s Safety Working Team. On National Police Woman Day, we acknowledge Chief Hudson and all female police officers around the country for their dedication and service to our communities. In […]
Near West Side Partners will celebrate the second Near West Side Week from Sunday, Sept. 11, to Saturday, Sept. 17. Throughout the week, there will be a variety of events highlighting the Near West Side’s thriving neighborhoods and businesses. In addition to the regularly scheduled Near West Side Week events, there are two bonus opportunities […]
Dear Marquette community, On July 11, I began my tenure as the vice president for inclusive excellence. Though there are many facets to the position, the bulk of the work to be undertaken centers on how to continue driving inclusion deep into the culture of Marquette in ways that allow everyone to thrive by providing […]