May 17, 2021 | 6:00 p.m. Postpartum: Perspectives on Supporting Families During the 'Fourth Trimester'
On May 17 at 6 p.m., join the O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism for an evening of film and conversation about how we can better support families during the postpartum period. The virtual event is free to the public, but you must register in advance. Filmmaker Ade Osinubi will screen her short film, “Partum.” The film is part of Osinubi’s documentary project called “Black Motherhood Through the Lens.” Following the screening, we’ll hear from Wisconsin-based birth workers about how new parents are faring amid COVID-19, police violence and a prolonged period of isolation, grief, anxiety, and fear.
May 5, 2021 | 4:30 p.m. IWL End of the Year Social
Guest speaker Lydia Denworth will share about her bookFriendship with discussion and conversation to follow. A copy will be provided for all guests, as well as wine (for those 21 & older) from Ruby Tap. Last date to register is April 26, 2021.
No public playback available for this event. Marquette Students and Staff can reach outIWL@marquette.edufor access to the private playback of this event if desired.
April 30, 2021| 1:00 p.m. Dispute Resolution Works-In-Progress Consortium Series: Discovering New Voices In Dispute Resolution
No playback available from this event as the discussion is based on works-in-progress.
April 29, 2021| 6:30 p.m. (5:30 p.m pre-reception with author) 2021 Virtual Conversations with Author Tayari Jones
Raynor Memorial Libraries invites you to an evening withTayari Jones, celebrated author ofAn American Marriage, a New York Times best-selling novel and Oprah's Book Club selection. Tayari is also the 2021 Marquette UniversityRalph H. Metcalfe, Sr., Chair. There will be an optional pre-reception with the author at 5:30 p.m. but the main program starts at 6:30 p.m.
Join us as we hear from historianDr. Antoinette Burton, professor and Maybelle LelandSwanlundEndowed Chair, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, as she rethinks humanities advocacy, drawing on her own biography, research and experience leading the Humanities Research Institute at the University of Illinois and the Humanities Without Walls initiative.
April 23, 2021| 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. YMCA Declaring Racism as a Public Health Crisis: Approaches toward Systems Change
Milwaukee has been on the forefront of a national movement to address racism as a public health crisis. To keep the momentum moving, YWCA Southeast Wisconsin and YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee are convening city leaders and supporters as part of YWCA USA’s 15th annual action-oriented Stand Against Racism campaign.
Panelists and participants at the event will represent:
● Governing bodies across the City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee County and the Office of African American Affairs. ● On-the-ground community advocacy leaders like Hmong American Women’s Association and Voces de La Frontera ● Major health networks, including Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin and Children’s Wisconsin ● Community Based Organizations Private-sector businesses
April 22, 2021| 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. HWW & Center for the Advancement of the Humanities Seed Grant Info Sessions
As the newest member of the Humanities Without Walls consortium, the PI team at Marquette University, along with the Center for the Advancement of the Humanities and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs are pleased to announce a seed grant opportunity for Marquette faculty interested in applying for the HWW Grand Research Challenge grants.
April 22, 2021 Beyond MU: Lifelong Learning — "When Safer-at-Home is Not Actually Safe: Supporting Intimate Partner Violence Survivors during Quarantine"
In March 2020, state governments began issuing “Safer-at-Home” orders to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. But for women living with abusive partners, being quarantined at home was anything but safe. Andrea Schneider, professor of law in the Marquette University Law School and director for the Institute for Women’s Leadership, has created a research team to analyze the effect these orders had on the prevalence of domestic abuse cases, and their impact on the wellness and mental health of survivors.
Hear how this team, in partnership with Milwaukee County Circuit Court and the Sojourner Family Peace Center, is working toward improving services for survivors during the pandemic, to enhance court processes, and to guide best practices in advising workplaces on how to respond to Intimate Partner Violence.
This project was a winner of the 2020 President's Challenge, which provided funding for innovative, interdisciplinary, collaborative work addressing needs in Milwaukee’s community that have been created or magnified by the COVID-19 pandemic and representing critical areas in the community’s recovery efforts.
The June and Herman Loebl Women Business Leader Speaker Series features distinguished women business leaders who have reached the highest levels of achievement and leadership in their professional sphere. They will share their experiences and insights in order to inspire and ignite the Marquette community. This speaker series incorporates a unique blend of presentation and interactive dialogues. In this way, it enables students, faculty, staff, and all of the Marquette University community to interact and engage with renowned women business leaders, includingKamilah Williams-Kemp.
April 13, 2021| 5: 00 p.m. RepresentFilm Screening
In the heart of the American Midwest, three women take on entrenched political systems in their fight to reshape local politics on their own terms. The Department of Political Science invites you to join us for a film screening of the feature documentaryRepresent, which will be followed by a live Q&A roundtable with the film director, Hillary Bachelder, and the three women featured in the film.
Join IWL as it shares growing work around action items for achieving gender equity solutions at Marquette and what roles we have in the work.
Join IWL, guest panelists, and fellow Marquette Researchers for a virtual late-lunch social hour to discuss resilience in the world of research.
March 8, 2021 | 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The Shift presented by Kohler
The Shift presented by Kohler is a female-focused speaker series centered on fueling women’s career trajectories. In this Shift session, our speakers will discuss the troubling reports of job losses among women at the end of 2020 due to ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join panelists as they consider the broad and significant impacts that the pandemic has created, as well as exposed, across their corporate, healthcare, non-profit, and tribal communities. Learn about the approaches they are taking to respond to the public health crisis while advancing equity and justice through their efforts in community engagement. Whether addressing public health policies and procedures or leveraging more intentional and strategic programs to elevate opportunities through partnership, panelists will discuss the critical role that community engagement must play in current and future efforts to advance justice in public health and equity.
The Diederich College of Communication presents panelistsMarissa Evans, Wesley Lowery,Linda Steiner,and David Umhoefer to the 2021 Nieman Symposium, moderated by IWL Faculty FellowDr. Ayleen Cabas-Mijares. The 2021 Nieman Symposium focuses on a timely critique of the history, impact, and value of objectivity in American journalism. As journalism in the U.S. evolved, its principles and practices grew alongside the dominant white (male, cisgender, and heterosexual) perspective. In this context, the principle of objectivity has virtually been conflated with whiteness, resulting in the silencing, stereotyping and/or distorting of BIPOC identities, and issues.In this symposium, prominent journalists and media scholars will reflect together on this history and discuss how the journalism profession can improve its quality, regain BIPOC communities’ trust, and fulfill its promise of guarding democracy.
Dr. Jennica Webster talks with Dr. Darren Wheelock, an Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Sciences and Director of Criminal Justice Analytics Program at Marquette University, about his work examining the connection between public attitudes toward criminal punishment and views towards racial minorities as well as how this work is being or could be applied.
Hosted by Kohler Center for Entrepreneurship, Women's Innovation Network, and the 707 Hub, hear the inspiring stories of student entrepreneurs and recent alumni who are creating. Learn how they got their ideas off the ground, have pivoted during the pandemic, and what’s ahead.
Dr. Jean Grow, Co-Director of Institute for Women's Leadership, is contributing as a panelist alongside Institute for Women Leadership's Advisory Council Member, Aliah Berman, giving the closing keynote address. In this Shift session, there will be discussion on how to assemble your own ladder for success. Contrary to popular belief, the glass ceiling is not the biggest obstacle to women’s progression. The obstacle is actually at the first step up to manager— or the ‘broken rung.’ How is it ensured that everyone has an equal opportunity to take that very first step?
Featuring Sasha Parsons Waters, Women's Innovation Network Coordinator, Women, Wine & Tech 2.0 is designed as a forum for college students, business leaders, entrepreneurs, tech engineers, and human resource professionals to discuss diversity and inclusion issues that specifically impact women in technology. The goal– come together to identify solutions to address concerns specific to the Milwaukee-area.