Kate Gustafson is one of seven members of Marquette’s inaugural class of MU4Gold Scholars, a pilot program run jointly by the University Honors Program and the College of Arts and Sciences that focuses on engaging students in faculty-mentored research from their first moments on campus. As an MU4Gold scholar, Gustafson spent her first semester at […]
Since he was a law student himself, Marquette Law School professor Michael O’Hear has been interested in the issues of sentencing and mass incarceration. He has written two books about the subject and is working on a third. Marquette Today sat down with O’Hear to discuss his research and a new grant that will support […]
The International Research Poster Session will be held Tuesday, Nov. 28, from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the AMU Monaghan Ballrooms. Marquette University strives to support promising forward thinking and international research. This event aims to encourage and showcase research among faculty members and students from all disciplines and provides a wonderful opportunity to […]
Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp to discuss the state of American science at National Press Club Marquette University’s Vice President for Research and Innovation, Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp, will provide perspectives from Marquette and our home state of Wisconsin on a panel of senior university research officers for an upcoming “State of American Science” event at the National […]
How do we perceive a sudden twig snap as a possible threat? Dr. Marieke Gilmartin turns on and off different parts of the brain to solve this mystery.
A researcher’s growing body of work explores how prejudice, discrimination and state policies affect the daily realities of Arab and Muslim Americans.
Driven to adapt his pioneering and proven treatment methods in new ways, Dr. Robert Fox keeps expanding his influence on young children with behavior problems.
Conducting research at Marquette and in Panama, Dr. Stefan Schnitzer is finding that aggressive vines are strangling some of the life out of tropical rain forests — and impairing the forests’ ability to curb climate change.
Dr. Jier Huang, assistant professor of chemistry, has received a $555,636 CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation to study how to use a promising type of metal organic framework materials to work as a catalyst in solar energy conversion. The CAREER grant is the foundation’s most prestigious award in support of junior faculty. Huang’s […]