Marquette in Milwaukee with President Mike Lovell is a podcast that explores connections between Marquette University and the city it calls home. As an engineer who is passionate about community engagement and economic development, President Lovell and his guests will discuss the topics that will determine the future of our city.
Marquette alumni are contributing to the local attractions including craft beer, authentic German pretzels, historic hotels and much more.
Neighborhood News Service
The Neighborhood News Service covers stories that are important to the people who live, work and serve in city neighborhoods.
The President's Challenge & Beyond
In this episode, President Mike Lovell discusses the challenge along with critical need of community engagement.
Illuminating Intellect is a podcast series highlighting the personalities and pursuits of Marquette University faculty members. Hosted by Provost Dan Myers, the show is an informal discussion of topics ranging from research and scholarly work to hobbies and pop culture.
Shion Guha can deadlift 500 pounds, speak Elvish and analyze the ethics of criminal sentencing algorithms.
Law Professor Andrea Schneider discusses the myths and realities abound gender and negotiation and how to create fair work systems.
Dr. Lisa Edwards
Dr. Lisa Edwards, professor of education, talks with the provost about postpartum depression and her blog, hopefulmama.com.
We Are Marquette
At the end of her sophomore year, Ellie Vonderhaar posted a photo on Instagram outside of Schroeder Hall. “People always ask what I love so much about Marquette,” she wrote in the caption. “And the answer is easy: the people. The people, the people, the people, the people!” So who are these people? In this podcast, we'll find out and hear the voices of Marquette University.
Cú the Therapy Dog and Dr. Michael Zebrowski
Dr. Michael Zebrowski shares how Cú the Therapy Dog and the Counseling Center can help ease students' anxiety.
Brent Ribble is involved in all of Marquette's green initiatives as the university's first sustainability coordinator.
Five years ago, Dr. Gary Krenz crossed the Boston Marathon finish line just before the bombs exploded and tradgedy struck. Today, he reflects on the #BostonStrong community.