Marquette calls Milwaukee home — fortunately, Wisconsin’s largest city has a ton to offer. Recently named a top 25 worldwide destination and a place travelers should go in 2023 by National Geographic, this guide will help you explore this urban playground that’s home to great eats, national sports teams, moments in nature, arts and culture, […]
By Dr. Brian Palmer-Rubin, assistant professor of political science Why have Latin American democracies proven unable to confront the structural inequalities that cripple their economies and stymie social mobility? Evading the Patronage Trap contends that we may lay the blame on these countries’ systems of interest representation, which exhibit “biased pluralism,” a system in which the demands […]
Co-edited by Dr. Amanda Keeler, associate professor of digital media and performing arts Prestige Television explores how a growing array of 21st-century U.S. programming is produced and received in ways that elevate select series above the competition in a saturated market. Contributing authors demonstrate that these shows are positioned and understood as comprising an increasingly […]
“Restorative Justice: Promoting Peace and Wellbeing” was co-edited by Dr. Gabriel Velez, assistant professor of educational policy and leadership in the College of Education.
By Alex Nemec, marketing communication specialist, Office of University Relations Marquette University-based startup Venus Rehabilitation Technologies, LLC, founded and led by Associate Professor of Physical Therapy Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, has been honored with the inaugural Emerging Company award from the Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Accelerating Medical Product Development group at the 2022 Healthcare Innovation […]
Marquette University Law School is pleased to unveil the results of a new statewide survey on Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 12:15 p.m. in Eckstein Hall featuring poll director Prof. Charles Franklin. The Marquette Law School Poll’s November survey of Wisconsin takes a final look at preferences and perceptions in the races for governor and the […]
Ninety-seven professionals and students attended the 2022 Anaerobic Treatment short course hosted by Dr. Dan Zitomer, chair of civil, construction and environmental engineering in the Opus College of Engineering, on Tuesday, Sept. 13, and Wednesday, Sept. 14. Titled “Anaerobic Treatment of High-Strength Industrial Wastes,” the two-day program is designed to walk through the processes of […]
To remember and honor the Ignatian Year in a special way, Marquette dedicated a permanent wall to Saint Ignatius and the Jesuits in AMU 227 on Tuesday, Sept. 27. These pictorials recall some of the moments of the year and look toward the future guided by the Jesuits’ Apostolic Preferences. The Ignatian Year, which marks […]
Opus College of Engineering researchers team up with collaborators beyond the university to tackle global concerns.
Dr. Jason Farr, associate professor of English in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, has co-organized a conference titled “Archive and Theory: The Future of Anglo-American Disability Studies” at The Clark Library and UCLA next month. The two-day conference, which explores disability in the contexts of history, literature, philosophy and archival research, takes […]