This is an opportunity for students, staff and faculty with an interest in telehealth collaboration.
The $1.27 million MKE Roots project helps K-12 students improve school performance by revealing history and culture in Milwaukee neighborhoods.
Education professors talk about their efforts to support the mental health of new and expecting moms
Two professors in Marquette’s College of Education are at the center of a cross-disciplinary project aimed at supporting new and expecting mothers’ mental health. Dr. Kavitha Venkateswaran, clinical assistant professor of counseling education and counseling psychology, is the project’s principal investigator, and Dr. Lisa Edwards, professor and director of training for counseling psychology, is a…
When Carley Tuska was an undergraduate, the idea of taking a class on computer algorithms and data structures left her feeling intimidated and frustrated — it all seemed too complicated. Even though she was majoring in engineering, computer science was a subject in which she lacked confidence. Five years later, Tuska, a math instructional paraprofessional…
The Institute for Women’s Leadership announced its new cohort of faculty fellows for spring 2024. These accomplished individuals bring a wealth of knowledge, expertise and passion to our academic community. The spring IWL faculty fellows are: The faculty fellows’ gender-related research includes topics related to digital storytelling to support mothers with postpartum depression, the role…
Dr. Lisa Edwards is a professor of counselor education and counseling psychology in the College of Education.
The Humanities Research Colloquium’s first talk of the semester will feature Dr. Gabriel Velez.
Dr. Julissa Ventura, assistant professor of educational policy and leadership in the College of Education, has received a Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship.
More than 60 community engagement partners from across Milwaukee gathered recently at Marquette to help build long-lasting relationships.