By Ana Luci Gonzalez Nuñez, communications intern for the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion In honor of Native American Heritage Month, I took part in the Indigenous Milwaukee tour that came to life as a result of a collaboration between Marquette’s Indigeneity Lab and Historic Milwaukee, Inc. This project creates greater visibility for Indigenous […]
Marquette’s political science researchers offer public audiences context and scholarship amid some of today’s most discussed societal and political matters.
A Marquette professor and son of Memphis, Tennessee, leads a group from Marquette on a pilgrimage to sites from civil rights history that still have volumes to say today.
By Katie Darragh, communication intern in the Office of University Relations at Marquette University A constantly evolving partnership, Marquette’s Council on Native American Affairs seeks to better understand how Native American students can fully thrive on campus. This community-based council comprising Native American Marquette alumni and members of other higher education institutions has, since 2017, […]
Paige Peters’ born-at-Marquette technology treats storm and sewage water 20 times faster than normal, helping utilities prevent hazardous basement backups and overflows into surface waterways.
A novel research and community-building program provides opportunities for Indigenous students to promote a deeper understanding of their shared heritage.
In his educational leadership roles, alumnus Patrick Landry pushes big ideas to effect positive change for low-income families and communities.
After Russia invaded Ukraine, alumnus Zachary Dmyterko braved a war zone to deliver a van load of humanitarian aid to the Ukrainian people. Today, he’s still sending supplies.
Klingler professors collaborate across campus and with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to address water quality challenges and promote healthier environments.
A Marquette scholar’s fellowship at an influential Chicago library brings life to the cultural history of deafness.