The College of Education’s influence has never been more evident than now, when a revolution is under way to strengthen Milwaukee’s Catholic schools.
Five anchor corporations that have thrived on Milwaukee's Near West Side for cumulatively hundreds of years unite to fight crime and create a collaborative model of community redevelopment.
Faith (Mondry) Kohler, Law ’97, exposes truths about Milwaukee’s chronically homeless men in her film, 30 Seconds Away: Breaking the Cycle.
Eighteen thousand terra cotta roof tiles were packed for shipment and a fleet of trucks drove west, bearing this gift to Milwaukee, where reconstruction began in July 1965.
Kids gather at Neu-Life after school every weekday. “It’s a family atmosphere,” says Tracy Hrajnoha, Arts ’08, director of partnerships and community development.
The fourth floor of Johnston Hall is home to the small, bustling newsroom for the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
While he was a business student, Andrew Terenzio, Bus Ad ’15, learned campus stands smack dab in the middle of a food desert. He decided to do something about it.
At the forefront of Milwaukee’s water research work stands an alumnus and Marquette Law School.
The Commons was launched after Marquette President Michael Lovell hosted a symposium of university leaders from campuses throughout Wisconsin.
The Trinity Fellows Program was founded by the late Richard A. Burke, Bus Ad ’56, former president of Trek Corp. and a Marquette trustee emeritus. Meet some past Trinity Fellows who continue to make a difference in Milwaukee.
Marquette pediatric dentist Dr. Cesar Gonzalez met Julianna Vogl five years ago, when the five-year-old’s bright smile masked tricky dental issues.
Marquette memorializes Jean Cujé in a way the bassoon player, who died in 1992, would’ve loved — with an archive dedicated to Milwaukee music, musicians and concerts.
Matt, Comm ’03, Grad ’11, and Katie, Arts ’07, brought Bavaria to Milwaukee.
Jim Zsebe, Eng '90, knows flying the friendly skies begins before buckling up.
Pete Cooney, Bus Ad '10, brings pops to Milwaukee's palate.