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The Next Step Clinic, the recipient of the inaugural Marquette University President’s Challenge in 2019, hosted its grand opening on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at its location within the Family Success Center of the Next Door Foundation.
"The Next Step Clinic is designed to help families have access to developmental and mental health services in the city. In the past, families have had to go very far outside of the city and there are long waiting lists to get their children seen," said Amy Van Hecke, Next Step Clinic Executive Co-Director.
Marquette announces new inner-city mental health clinic as winner of Lovell's grant contest
Marquette University research team studies impact of exercise classes for parents of autistic children
Beyond Coworking: Homegrown Innovation Spaces Are Transforming Second Cities
Marquette’s Hub for Athletic Performance Opens
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
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
The Explorer Challenge, formerly the Strategic Innovation Fund, invites Marquette students, faculty and staff to submit proposals for up to $25,000 in seed money for innovative projects that make an impact and advance Beyond Boundaries, Marquette’s strategic plan.
In its first three years, the Explorer Challenge has awarded more than $7 million to 72 initiatives, which, in turn, have garnered more than $10.5 million in external grants and other revenue, returning Marquette’s investment by 45 percent.
Marquette to build new home for Marquette Business and innovation leadership programs
Psychology professor receives Mental Health America award
Embracing Newness - Dr. Kyana Young introduces underrepresented high school students to engineering through hands-on research and training
University announces leadership team for newly launched Institute for Women’s Leadership
We Are Marquette: Advancing Human Performance
Marquette Momentum: Brewed Ideas Challenge supports student entrepreneurs
Marquette Momentum: A first look inside the Athletic and Human Performance Research Center
Artist at Haggerty Museum brings awareness to water sustainability in Milwaukee
Global Water Center Now Accepting Proposals
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
Changes Announced to the Strategic Innovation Fund, including a New Name
2017 Strategic Innovation Fund Awardees announced
Marquette launches new innovation space, 707 Hub