- Dr. Jeanne M. Hossenlopp
- Vice President for Research and Innovation
- Office of Research and Innovation
- Zilber Hall, 435
- (414) 288-1532
Faculty, students and staff are invited to the fourth Pop-Up Café on Thursday, Sept. 28. At this informal gathering, guests will have the networking opportunity to meet people who work in the Global Water Center. This is also an opportunity to see the shared conference room space that is available for Marquette employees to reserve.
The Office of Research and Innovation announced the 2017 strategic innovation fund recipients. There were eight projects selected this year in the areas of water/environmental, community impact and interdisciplinary research infrastructure.
The 707 Hub, located on the first floor of the 707 Building, is a space designed to foster collaboration and innovation. Because anyone can be innovative, the 707 Hub is open to all students, and we encourage a cross-disciplinary approach to solving problems. Because great ideas need to be heard, the 707 Hub offers unique spaces for meetings, presentations and events.
The Office of Research and Innovation is now accepting third-round applications for the Marquette Enterprise Seed Fund, a program funded by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation that launched last year. The Enterprise Seed Fund aims to help fund student and faculty led entrepreneurial efforts in order to support and increase the number of businesses emerging from Marquette’s educational and research programs.
Ever wanted to know what it takes to patent your invention? And possibly commercialize it? Dr. Carmel Ruffolo, associate vice president for Research and Innovation, and staff members from the Office of Research and Innovation (ORI) will be holding an informative workshop on Friday, Sept. 30, at noon in AMU 227.
President Michael R. Lovell on Wednesday, Jan. 20, in his second Presidential Address, made a series of important announcements, including a $40 million signature partnership with Aurora Health Care on the planned Athletic Performance Research Center. Additionally, President Lovell gave updates on a number of university initiatives, and introduced several new priorities.
Marquette University President Michael R. Lovell announced yesterday in his second Presidential Address that the university will partner with Aurora Health Care in constructing its state-of-the-art Athletic Performance Research Center. The center will serve as a national destination for scientific research in human performance.
Watch as vice president of research and innovation Jeanne Hossenlopp shows how Marquette's new Strategic Innovation Fund is providing seed money to students, faculty and staff to explore entrepreneurial ventures.
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The university has launched a new program funded by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation that aims to help fund student- and faculty-led entrepreneurial efforts in order to support and increase the number of businesses emerging from Marquette’s educational and research programs.
Marquette President Michael R. Lovell today announced the university’s first-ever strategic innovation fund awardees. Thirty-eight unique projects led by Marquette faculty, students and staff across a variety of disciplines will receive nearly $5 million.
Marquette will commence construction on the build-out of its sixth-floor space in the Global Water Center this summer, with an anticipated completion of late 2015. The university will occupy the final remaining space in the 100,000-square-foot, seven-story building, which houses water-related research facilities for universities, existing water-related companies and accelerator space for emerging companies.