Diederich College alumna Shannon Maher promotes professional opportunities and inclusion for people with disabilities.
The Diederich Experiences relaunch with flair as a cohort of communication students explore career opportunities with Marquette alumni on the captivating island of Puerto Rico.
Alumna Katelyn Ferral reflects on her difficult but necessary journalistic duty to tell the stories of Ukraine’s refugees.
A novel student agency launches from the Diederich College, providing students real-world experience and clients access to young talent.
A beloved communication professor inspires the name of Carl Collective, a new student agency, with a mission befitting of his legacy.
National First-Generation College Celebration Week occurs every year around Nov. 8 to acknowledge and elevate first-generation college students and alumni. In celebration, Marquette Today is featuring first-generation students who share their experience and advice for future students.
New journalism course examines how inclusive storytelling can be used as an instrument for justice.
Feature film project gives Diederich College students a close encounter with the filmmaking process.
Diederich College strategic communication professor studies how businesses best communicate amid crises.
Marquette’s VIP Theatre program strives to give voice and opportunities to students of color.