Marquette News and Events


Vow to protect: Chief Mascari discusses new police department

On May 1, Marquette's Department of Public Safety officially became a police department. Police Chief Paul Mascari leads the university’s extensive safety infrastructure, which includes 18 sworn-in police officers and another 17 officers who are training to be fully commissioned by the fall semester.

In this Q&A, Mascari discusses the work that goes into becoming a police department and what to expect under his leadership.

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Professors Frenn, Wiemiller receive Way Klingler Teaching Enhancement Award

New Law School Poll, conference will examine 'Chicago megacity,' July 28

Archbishop Listecki to host Mass for peace, candelight vigil on Aug. 13

Haggerty Museum of Art summer exhibitions open through August

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Haggerty Museum of Art

Haggerty Museum of Art

The Haggerty Museum houses a permanent collection of more than 6,000 works in all media and presents 10-12 special exhibitions each year. Learn more.