Marquette Momentum: Follow Marquette University In the News
Here is a recap of recent Marquette University news stories being covered by local, regional and national media.
- President Michael R. Lovell shared that “an on-campus academic and cocurricular experience is foundational to a transformative Catholic, Jesuit education at Marquette” in a letter to the Marquette community announcing plans to return to an in-person academic and residential campus experience for our students this fall. (See full story below)
Marquette University Plans To Hold Vast Majority Of Classes In Person This Fall
MILWAUKEE (CBS) — Marquette University announced Monday that it is planning to return to full in-person classes and…
- “You can’t empathize with somebody else if you’re not looking at them in a human way,” says Mahmood Watkins. “You can’t empathize with people who’ve been incarcerated, or are incarcerated, if you’re not looking at them as human beings.” (See full story below)
Undergrad and incarcerated students are learning side-by-side at Marquette. The result is…
By MegAnne Liebsch "You can't empathize with somebody else if you're not looking at them in a human way," says Mahmood…
- Local leaders came together in early March to talk about equity and justice in public health. The discussion was part of a series of community conversations hosted by Marquette . Panelists talked about responding to the public health crisis while also advancing equity and justice through community engagement. (See full story below)
Marquette hosts community conversation panel on health equity
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) - Local leaders came together on Thursday, Mar. 4 to talk about equity and justice in public health…
- Biz Times Milwaukee featured the university’s plans to break ground for its new home for Marquette Business and innovation leadership programs. “This marks a defining, historical moment for Marquette,” president Michael Lovell said. “Our new facility will serve as a major catalyst to grow the pipeline of future Catholic, Jesuit-educated business leaders for years to come. We have witnessed truly remarkable generosity for this project by our passionate Marquette community.” (See story below)
Marquette plans spring groundbreaking for new business school building
Marquette University announced it will begin constructing its new $60 million business school building this spring. The…
- Jasmine Hernandez graduated from Marquette’s nursing program last May in the middle of the pandemic. She’s now a nurse at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. “I was looking forward to graduation from the moment I stepped on campus,” Hernandez said. “That was just a huge milestone, not only for me but for my parents. They’ve made so, so many sacrifices for me.” (See full story below).