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  • An urban oasis: Online map identifies native trees on Marquette’s campus 

    Marquette’s high concentration of Wisconsin-native trees makes the campus a unique space for research.

  • Celebrate: Marquette 2023 Commencement reminders

    The Marquette University community looks forward to celebrating the many accomplishments of the Class of 2023 during Commencement Weekend, May 19-20. As we near this special time for our graduating students, we wanted to share a few reminders.  As always, this and other Commencement information, including ticketing, parking, venue policies and more, are available on…

  • Interior of O'Brien Hall

    High performer

    It’s a new era for the College of Business Administration. The Dr. E. J. and Margaret O’Brien Hall is here as the inviting, state-of-the-art home for Marquette Business and innovation leadership programs — and more transformative projects are on the way.

  • ‘Re-arranging the furniture’ for Advent 

    Rev. Joseph Simmons, S.J., talks about his approach to the upcoming Advent season.

  • Academic Budget / Program Planning Workgroups overview will be Oct. 15; register now

    The University Academic Senate and the Office of the Provost will host an Academic Budget / Program Planning Workgroups overview for the campus community on Thursday, Oct. 15, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. via Microsoft Teams Live. Register via Eventbrite by Wednesday, Oct. 14. A link to join the virtual event will be sent…

  • Project BEYOND-2 creates mentorships to help underrepresented, first-generation students

    Lesly Ventura came to Marquette in the fall of 2020 anxious about not fitting in. As a Hispanic student from northern New Jersey, the nursing junior didn’t think she would see a lot of people who looked like her. “Nursing school is already a lot, but feeling alone or like you don’t have anyone to…

  • Steering committee will centralize university preparations as Milwaukee hosts national political convention in 2024

    The Republican National Committee recently announced it will hold its next nominating convention in Milwaukee during summer 2024. Exact dates for the convention have not been announced. Whether the dates chosen align with the university’s summer break will likely impact how involved the university can be in this bipartisan effort to bring economic development and…

  • Children’s Wisconsin cancels Briggs and Al’s Run & Walk for 2023

    The Children’s Wisconsin Foundation announced it will pause its annual Briggs and Al’s Run & Walk for 2023, as they evaluate plans for 2024. The event, with roots back to legendary Marquette men’s basketball coach Al McGuire, traditionally started on campus and served as a fundraising effort for Children’s Wisconsin.  Children’s Wisconsin and Marquette continue…

  • July 28 Parents COVID-19 Town Hall video now available

    On Tuesday evening, about 1,100 Marquette parents and guardians gathered virtually for a COVID-19 Town Hall. The event focused on the recovery planning process, specifically health and safety procedures, academic planning and residence hall logistics. Dr. Xavier Cole, vice president for student affairs, moderated the event. Rev. Jim Voiss, S.J., vice president for mission and…

  • Research in ACTION pilot program seeks faculty participation

    Drs. Lucas Torres, professor of psychology and faculty fellow in the Office of Research and Innovation, and Jeanne Hossenlopp, vice president for research and innovation, have developed the Research in ACTION (Advancing Collaborative Teams: Inclusive Opportunities Network) pilot program. This program begins to address the recommendation from the Academic Planning Research Workgroup for the Vice President…