Marquette psychology professor writes children’s book to help kids prepare for school amid the coronavirus pandemic
Marquette University Police Chief Edith Hudson, Vice President for Inclusive Excellence William Welburn and Director of the Center for Peacemaking Patrick Kennelly joined a webinar to discuss the ways in which we can stand up for racial injustice.
How one physics professor calculates a sanitization solution to make masks reusable
Even though the program was unable to run due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, its impact still holds strong
Marquette’s Three Minute Thesis winner’s research aims to improve green infrastructure, nature’s way
Passionate about racial justice, a Marquette employee raises nearly $15,000 for the cause — and she’s just getting started
By Dr. Karisse, Callender, assistant professor in the College of Education’s Counselor Education Counseling Psychology Department
On World Bicycle Day, Kurt Gering, adjunct instructor of management in the College of Business Administration, shares his love of cycling
Students refer to theology course readings for guidance and encouragement during COVID-19.
Garrett Gundlach, S.J., Arts ’09, reflects on the moments — big and small, remarkable and unremarkable — from everyday life where God’s presence is revealed, often by some combination of grace, openness and luck.