Addictions permanently change the brain through a process called neuroplasticity. Dr. Matthew Hearing works alongside several Marquette neuroscientists to research the phenomenon that helps explain opioids’ tight grip on so many.
Dr. Despoina Perouli is studying the robots making their way to our homes. While they’re ready to be our household assistants and companions, Perouli’s research will help make sure we don’t give away our privacy and security when we let the robots in.
Dr. Noelle Brigden is both a political science professor at Marquette and the women’s sub-master deadlifting champion at the Wisconsin State Fair. She began powerlifting as a remedy for chronic pain and as a source of strength against the emotional demands of her research on violence against Central American migrants. Now, she’s sharing her passion […]
Kate Gustafson is one of seven members of Marquette’s inaugural class of MU4Gold Scholars, a pilot program run jointly by the University Honors Program and the College of Arts and Sciences that focuses on engaging students in faculty-mentored research from their first moments on campus. As an MU4Gold scholar, Gustafson spent her first semester at […]
The Marquette University Police Department has created a team for the Wisconsin Humane Society 6th Annual Tails on the Trail Run/Walk for Animals on Saturday, June 23, at 10 a.m. at Veterans Park. The event is to help raise awareness and provide donations to the Wisconsin Humane Society. The t-shirt Nattie is modeling can be purchased at MUPD for $15. Funds […]
by Alan Chavoya, M.A. Candidate, Department of Philosophy, Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion has launched the pilot phase of its initiative to support Employee Resource Groups. The university established these groups to support employees from a broad range of backgrounds in response to concerns about a sense of […]
Marquette students and faculty now have heightened research and support resources thanks to the generosity of alumni Jim and Kelly McShane. The McShanes, both of whom graduated from Marquette in 1968, made two specific $1 million gifts focused on mental health research in the College of Health Sciences and on the development of more comprehensive […]
The J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication announced today that five journalists will join the Perry and Alicia O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism in August. The incoming fellows for the 2018–19 academic year are (click on the fellows’ names to view their work): Natasha Haverty, independent journalist, Boston Erin Jordan, investigative reporter, Cedar Rapids Gazette Ashley […]
The Lunda Room in the Alumni Memorial Union now features Innovation Kitchen, an engaging and unique culinary space for students, faculty and staff to learn cooking techniques from a professional chef. During the hands-on classes, the chef guides the class step-by-step through a recipe(s). The three television screens above the chef’s station provide a bird’s-eye […]
Nattie, MUPD’s community outreach pup, is taking over the final “Coffee with a Cop” event of the semester. She will host students for coffee and cookies on Friday, April 6, from noon to 1 p.m. in the AMU Brew Bayou. All students are invited to stop by and meet Nattie. Be sure to follow her […]