Alumna Dr. Jasmine Zapata shared how Marquette shaped and aided her in helping the next generation of medical professionals during a pandemic.
Programs and events will be hosted on campus throughout February to celebrate Black History Month. Visit the Cultural Month Celebrations site for the full list of events. Email the Center for Engagement and Inclusion to add a program or event to the calendar. Following are the scheduled events as of Jan. 26: Judas and the […]
By Shelby Williamson, communication specialist in the Office of Marketing and Communication The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI) is grounded in Marquette’s Catholic, Jesuit mission and Statement on Human Dignity and Diversity. It actively works to promote a more diverse, welcoming and inclusive campus community. The office and its staff, all of whom notably come from different backgrounds, are collectively committed to enhancing the experience of all Marquette community […]
The “Making Marquette Inclusive” discussion series has facilitators available for several additional spring cohorts. This 10-week program provides Marquette employees with the opportunity to examine issues of diversity, equity and inclusion as they relate to our day-to-day work on this campus and to reinforce the value of working across differences. Through a robust curriculum consisting of articles, […]
Through the “Our Roots Say That We’re Sisters” mural project and podcast series, BIPOC women of Marquette now have space to be seen and heard. The campus mural project, created by artist Mauricio Ramirez, showcases the diversity, richness and complexity of our campus and Milwaukee communities and provides a way for campus community members to see […]
The community intends to be a welcoming space for Black students and any other student interested in learning and engaging about the Black community.
Events will be held throughout November by various organizations and departments on campus to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. Visit the Center for Engagement and Inclusion Website for a list of events.
By Alexis Lopez, Marketing and Information Systems ‘23 “Forget the mistake. Remember the lesson.” This is one of many pieces of advice Francisco Manzano-Arechiga, Comm ’19, first-generation Marquette alum, has recalled as both the first in his family to graduate from college and today as the marketing coordinator for the Milwaukee Bucks. The college experience can be an uncertain one for students, especially for those whose […]