Professor investigates accessibility and economic outcomes of paid caregiver leaves. By Sarah Koziol, Arts ’92 Historically the U.S. has been less generous with paid leave benefits compared with similar countries, according to Dr. Kathryn Wagner, associate professor of economics. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought increasing awareness to their importance. Wagner has been pursuing paid […]
Marquette alumnus Dr. Brad Duchaine stands at the forefront of facial recognition research.
Teaching Instructor Rick Boyd is said to be only the second individual in the United States to successfully breed the granulosa glass frog in captivity.
Marquette University’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs has announced the following grants awarded to university faculty and staff in April 2022. Marquette chemistry professor receives $527,000 NSF grant to study green catalytic methods (Dr. Chae Yi) Synthetic infiltration and nutrient treatment media for stormwater management $50,000 – The Lafferty Family Foundation Anthony Parolari (PI), […]
Three faculty members have received Fulbright Scholar awards to conduct research and teaching opportunities overseas. The recipients are Dr. Laura Matthew, associate professor of history, and Dr. Jessica Rich, associate professor of political science, both of the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, and Dr. James Pokrywczynski, associate professor of strategic communication in the Diederich […]
Dr. Karen Robinson discusses the ongoing baby formula shortage, the difficulties many families are experiencing across the country and more.
Paige Peters, a doctoral student in the Opus College of Engineering, was the grand prize winner of the 20th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest with Rapid Radicals Technology, her Milwaukee-based company which is revolutionizing treatment of combined sewer and storm overflows to prevent untreated sewage from being dumped into our lakes and rivers during […]
Building on findings showing the effects of mandatory paid leave on the work hours of caregivers, Dr. Kathryn Wagner is accessing larger data sets and investigating new issues, such as how changes in certain states allowing for longer periods of paid leave will affect those caring for spouses in need. By Sarah Koziol, Arts ’92, […]
With the goal of improving therapy for a rare speech disorder in children, Dr. Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel is studying how often treatment should be administered. By Alex Nemec Parents Adam Stout, Comm ’09, Grad ’15, and Jennifer Gaul-Stout were like other new parents as they waited and waited for their son, Alex, to begin hitting developmental […]
A new combustion system for engines allows heavy-duty farm equipment normally powered by diesel fuel to run on gasoline and ethanol, without sacrificing performance. By John Blum Having grown up working on his uncle’s farm and in his father’s concrete business in northern Illinois, Dr. Adam Dempsey knows a few things about agricultural and construction […]