In the first 12 weeks of 2021, Marquette University has announced seven gifts over $1 million fueling scholarships, bolstering emergency bridge funding and preserving one of our most sacred spaces, St. Joan of Arc chapel. The gifts will impact disciplines across campus, including nursing, neuro recovery, business, engineering, communications and dentistry.
Andrea García, graduate assistant in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, speaks with two campus community members who have been instrumental in making Marquette a more inclusive place for Indigenous students.
Attending Marquette as a first-generation student
Marquette dentistry professor shares simple, natural ways to boost levels of happiness
Mission and Ministry colleague shares how students have served as inspiration in the face of challenges.
A Marquette employee and mom shares how, through mindfulness, little glimmers of joy can outshine the most stressful, chaotic times.
Alumnus making a difference through vaccine technology
A Q&A with Tiffany Fulford, coordinator of cultural engagement programs and services for the Office of Engagement and Inclusion
Based on the colorful campus mural “Our Roots Say That We’re Sisters,” the new podcast highlights BIPOC female voices of Marquette
On-campus and beyond, Global Brigades continues to serve amid the pandemic.