Marquette in Milwaukee with President Mike Lovell is a podcast that explores connections between Marquette University and the city it calls home. As an engineer who is passionate about community engagement and economic development, President Lovell and his guests will discuss the topics that will determine the future of our city.
Marquette alumni are contributing to the local attractions including craft beer, authentic German pretzels, historic hotels and much more.
Neighborhood News Service
The Neighborhood News Service covers stories that are important to the people who live, work and serve in city neighborhoods.
The President's Challenge & Beyond
In this episode, President Mike Lovell discusses the challenge along with critical need of community engagement.
Illuminating Intellect is a podcast series highlighting the personalities and pursuits of Marquette University faculty members. Hosted by Provost Dan Myers, the show is an informal discussion of topics ranging from research and scholarly work to hobbies and pop culture.
Dr. SueJean Choi on The Science of Overeating
Dr. SuJean Choi studies how different parts of the brain tell us to keep eating even when we're full, which includes more than 300 distinct human motivations to eat.
Dr. Jennifer Finn
Dr. Jenn Finn discusses parallels between ancient tourist traps and modern theme parks, why she earned two PhDs and how ancient history lessons such as the fall of Rome are relevant today.
Dr. Sandra Hunter
Dr. Sandra Hunter specializes in studying muscle fatigability and endurance performance. Her research has been published in Runner's World and the New York Times.
We Are Marquette
At the end of her sophomore year, Ellie Vonderhaar posted a photo on Instagram outside of Schroeder Hall. “People always ask what I love so much about Marquette,” she wrote in the caption. “And the answer is easy: the people. The people, the people, the people, the people!” So who are these people? In this podcast, we'll find out and hear the voices of Marquette University.
Changing the System with Amber May
Amber May is the Director of Diversity & Inclusion for Marquette's Dental School.
Rick Arcuri's Journey from Schroeder Hall to Wild Commons
Rick Arcuri began his career at Marquette nearly 30 years ago as hall director in Schroeder Hall, where he learned from Father Naus.
Marquette alumnus shares his fashion creativity on Instagram as @SubjectiveFashion, which he started after a student complimented his style.