Research Academic Planning Workgroup
The Research Academic Planning Workgroup is committed to promoting excellence in research across disciplines at Marquette University. The workgroup is charged with developing recommendations to support the future of research at Marquette as part of the Academic Planning Work Group process and will complete its report by May 1, 2021. As part of its efforts, the workgroup will collect information on current research at Marquette, collect feedback about research strengths and potential areas of focus, and promote events related to research.
Committee on Research Statement
Read a resolution letter from the Committee on Research (CoR) discussing the importance of research at Marquette, and the future of research in action.
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This committee is comprised of members of the Committee on Research and other representatives across the university.
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- Dr. Noelle Brigden, Co-Chair
Associate Professor, Political Science
- Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp, Co-Chair
Vice President, Research & Innovation
- Dr. David Baker
Professor/Associate Chair, Biomedical Sciences
- Dr. Kati Tusinski Berg
Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Grad Studies and Research, Strategic Communication
- Dr. David Berzins
Professor and Graduate Program Director for Biomaterials, General Dental Science/Biomaterials
- Dr. George Cashman
Associate Professor, Finance
- Dr. Anne Clough
Professor, Mathematical & Statistical Sciences
- Rev. Ryan Duns
Assistant Professor, Theology
- Ms. Kathy Durben
Executive Director, Research & Sponsored Programs
- Dr. Sarah Gendron
Associate Professor, Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
- Dr. Kim Gretebeck
Associate Professor, Nursing
- Dr. Jody Jessup-Anger
Associate Professor, Educational Policy & Leadership
- Dr. Lezlie Knox
Associate Professor & Chair, History
- Mr. Scott Mandernack
Associate Dean for Scholarly Resources and Collections, Libraries
- Dr. Brooke Mayer
Associate Professor, Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
- Dr. Amy VanHecke