In honor of First-generation Student Week, Andrea García shares a reflection about her Marquette experience as a first-gen student and how she went from being an aspiring engineer to realizing her true vocation: to be a bilingual speech language pathologist.
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By Jean Grow, co-director of the Institute for Women’s Leadership, on behalf of the IWL Suffrage and Innovation Conference Steering Committee
By Andrea García, graduate assistant in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion Last month on Sept. 18, best friends and dynamic duo Evelia Guerrero and Elizabeth Murillo made history as the first Latina students to be elected as Marquette University Student Government (MUSG) president and vice president. What started out as playful ribbing between […]
Marquette’s Center for Peacemaking leads President’s Challenge-winning effort to address racism, COVID-19, barriers to online education