Graduate & Professional Studies
Carolin Joy is a doctoral student in the Department of Chemistry who has recently been awarded the prestigious Arthur J. Schmitt Fellowship. The Arthur J. Schmitt Scholarship Leadership Fellowship identifies talented Marquette doctoral students and fosters their development as socially responsible leaders in the Marquette community and beyond. One of the goals of the fellowship…
Future of the field: A Q&A with Mike Ahmad, director of clinical engineering in the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering
In Spring 2023, the Opus College of Engineering welcomed Mike Ahmad to campus as the Opus College’s new director of clinical engineering, specifically to lead programs and initiatives for the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering. Ahmad brings with him three decades of experience as a biomedical engineer and…
Marquette Nursing’s DE MSN program offers adult learners an opportunity to join the profession
Marquette’s EMBA jumped 11 spots to No. 26 on the 2023 edition of “Poets and Quants EMBA rankings”
Graduate and professional students are invited to join the Graduate Student Organization for the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Chicago Bulls game.
Daniella Goldfarb, a current doctoral student in historical theology, was awarded an Advanced Theological Studies Fellowship (ATSF) at the Theological University Kampen-Utrecht.
Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to attend the 14th annual Diversity in Psychology Research Conference on Saturday, Oct. 7, in Cramer Hall.
The Center for Data, Ethics, and Society, the Graduate School and the Humanities Research Colloquium have partnered to offer a series of colloquia addressing LLMs and generative AI. The first of the colloquia series will be held Thursday, Sept. 21, in the Raynor Memorial Library Beaumier Suites BC from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. The…
Dr. Matthew Costello, a two-time alumnus, has been named the chief education officer of the White House Historical Association.