Upcoming Events

March 22nd - Institute for Women's Leadership planning session; AMU Henke Lounge, 8:00-9:30AM

March 27th - Institute for Women's Leadership planning session; AMU 163, 12:30-2:00PM

April 2nd - Distinguished Scholars Reception; AMU Ballrooms, 3:00-5:00PM

May 3rd - Institute for Women's Leadership student planning session; 707 Hub, 11:30AM-1:30PM


 

Success Stories

Marquette announces new inner-city mental health clinic as winner of Lovell's grant contest

Marquette University’s new $24 million, 46,000-square-foot Athletic and Human Performance Research Center opened March 4.

The facility, which is located on the southwest corner of 12th and Wells streets, features a weight room large enough to accommodate lacrosse and soccer teams, as well as locker rooms for both lacrosse programs and men’s golf.

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Marquette University will establish Institute for Women’s Leadership with $5 million gift

Marquette’s Hub for Athletic Performance Opens

Marquette's New Research Center

Hero of the Week: Dr. Kyana Young, Marquette University Strategic Innovation Fund

New Report Finds Milwaukee's Water Technology Cluster Spurs Innovation and Replenishes Regional Economy

Working as a team, Mike and Amy Lovell tackle Milwaukee's epidemic of psychological trauma

Marquette, WARF announce 2018 'Force for Positive Change' winners

Momentum building in Marquette president's call to tackle trauma epidemic in Milwaukee

Marquette highlights inventors at the Intellectual Property Showcase

Kelsey Otero interviewed about the 707 Hub on the Marquette in Milwaukee podcast

Michael Schläppi interviewed about history making rice harvest

707 Hub leaders interviewed on We Are Marquette podcast

Kelsey Otero interviewed about Social Innovation in Wisconsin

Trying to give farmers a new option, MU prof harvests state's first commercial rice crop

Watermarks receives $146,000 federal grant for public art project

A Milwaukee project creates a live atlas of city’s water system

Community Partners Work to Make Fresh Food Accessible on Milwaukee's Near West Side

Whitefish Bay fitness studio offers new way to 'get into' working out with immersive technology

 

University News 

Artist at Haggerty Museum brings awareness to water sustainability in Milwaukee

“Watermarks: An Atlas of Water and the City of Milwaukee” is a recent initiative to engage and inform the people of Milwaukee about their reliance on water through the collaboration of art and science in a series of dispersed markers around Milwaukee and informational walks led by local artists and scientists.

Watermarks was developed and funded by Marquette University and  City as Living Laboratory, an organization that makes issues of sustainability tangible through art related projects. It will run with the cooperation of the Milwaukee Department of Public Works, Department of City Development and the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District. 

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Marquette receives national innovation awards

President Lovell introduced a revamped Strategic Innovation Fund at campus address

Marquette Momentum: New Henke Terrace adds outdoor innovation space to 707 Hub

Faculty award recipients honored at Distinguished Scholars Reception on March 20

Kuali Research is now live for proposal development

Athletic and Human Performance Research Center project officially underway

Board of Trustees approves groundbreaking for athletic performance research center

Marquette official testifies in favor of Wisconsin Senate bill to create a state innovation fund

Changes Announced to the Strategic Innovation Fund, including a New Name

2017 Strategic Innovation Fund Awardees announced

Marquette launches new innovation space, 707 Hub

President Lovell outlines key initiatives in second annual address

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