By Dr. Jay Goldberg, professor of practice in biomedical engineering, Opus College of Engineering “Biomedical Engineering Design” presents the design processes and practices used in academic and industry medical device design projects. The first two chapters are an overview of the design process, project management and working on technical teams. Further chapters follow the general order […]
Marquette University is continuing to expand its online education offerings to meet the evolving needs of students, particularly within the Graduate School. The Graduate School boasts several new online degree programs that empower students to earn their masters or doctorate degrees in a way that is conducive to busy schedules that require flexibility. Here in […]
Building on findings showing the effects of mandatory paid leave on the work hours of caregivers, Dr. Kathryn Wagner is accessing larger data sets and investigating new issues, such as how changes in certain states allowing for longer periods of paid leave will affect those caring for spouses in need. By Sarah Koziol, Arts ’92, […]
With the goal of improving therapy for a rare speech disorder in children, Dr. Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel is studying how often treatment should be administered. By Alex Nemec Parents Adam Stout, Comm ’09, Grad ’15, and Jennifer Gaul-Stout were like other new parents as they waited and waited for their son, Alex, to begin hitting developmental […]
A new combustion system for engines allows heavy-duty farm equipment normally powered by diesel fuel to run on gasoline and ethanol, without sacrificing performance. By John Blum Having grown up working on his uncle’s farm and in his father’s concrete business in northern Illinois, Dr. Adam Dempsey knows a few things about agricultural and construction […]
Marquette researchers set out to see if yoga can help improve symptoms for U.S. combat veterans living with PTSD.
Café con Leche is a space for native Spanish speakers as well as Spanish learners to come together in community.
Marquette’s archives contain large collections of curated documents, images, videos and more that are precious resources for researchers inside and outside the university. By Tracy Staedter With its tall ceilings, oak-paneled walls, polished tables and expansive windows, Marquette’s Department of Special Collections and University Archives may elicit the kind of hushed tones typically found in […]
The disease poses serious challenges for young people as they transition from pediatric to adult care, so Dr. Dora Clayton-Jones’ groundbreaking project will examine how to best support them. By Stephen Filmanowicz with Lauren Sieben Dr. Dora Clayton-Jones was a primary care nurse at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in the early 1990s when she first […]
Dental treatments often fail, but research from Dr. Ana Bedran-Russo, D.D.S., could lead to adhesives that work much better — and actually strengthen teeth. By Anna Funk Dr. Ana Bedran-Russo’s very first patient in dental school was in for a full set of dentures. Looking at the middle-aged woman’s chart, Bedran-Russo saw that she had […]