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FEATURED WEBINARS FROM THE ARCHIVES


Marquette Nurses: Making a Difference on the Frontlines
with Dr. Janet Wessel Krejci, Dean and Professor for Marquette University College of Nursing; and a panel of Marquette Nurses



Finding Communion in Quarantine: Encountering God through the Examen
with by Rev. Ryan Duns, S.J., Assistant Professor and Assistant Chair of Theology in the Marquette University Klingler College of Arts and Sciences

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On the Frontlines: Doing Journalism that Matters During Turbulent Times

with reporters from the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; moderated by instructors and administrators from Marquette


Deepen Your Jesuit Roots Through the Ignatian Volunteer Corps
with Monica Meagher, Arts ’77, Regional Director, IVC Milwaukee; Kathleen Mantz, Sp ’78, IVC Milwaukee; and Dick Sibbernsen, Arts ’71, IVC Chicago

BROWSE THE ARCHIVES


Access, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging



  • Addressing Disparities at and around Marquette: Racism and COVID-19
    with Edith Hudson, Chief of Marquette University Police Department; Patrick Kennelly, Arts ’07, Grad ’13, Director of Marquette University’s Center for Peacemaking; Dr. William Welburn, Vice President for Inclusive Excellence for Marquette University’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion; and Parisa Mahdavi Shirazi, Arts ’16, Program Associate of Marquette University’s Center for Peacemaking

  • Using Mindfulness and Positive Psychology to Cope with Race Related Trauma
    with Dr. Karisse A. Callender, Assistant Professor, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, Marquette University; and Dr. Alie Kriofske Mainella, Grad ’06, Assistant Professor, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, Marquette University College of Education

  • A Pandemic of Inequity: Addressing Educational Disparity in the COVID-19 Era
    with Dr. Robert S. Smith, Harry G. John Professor of History and Director of the Center for Urban Research, Teaching & Outreach, Marquette University; Bevin Christie, Educator; Walter Lanier, Director, Multicultural Affairs, Community Engagement and Men of Color, Milwaukee Area Technical College; Paul E. Moga, Coordinator, Dept. of Black and Latino Male Achievement, Milwaukee Public Schools

  • Dismantling Institutional Racism through Servant Leadership and Empowerment
    with Dr. Eric D. Waters, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Diederich College of Communication, Marquette University



  • Community Engagement Conversations: Pursuing Racial Justice and Equity through Community Engagement
    with Meralis Hood, Comm ’01, Market President, City Year; Antonina Olszewski, Director of Spiritual Care Services, Ascension Wisconsin; Dr. William Welburn, Vice President for Inclusive Excellence, Marquette University. Moderated by Sheena Carey, Jour ’81, Grad ’83, College of Communication, Marquette University


Business




Career Development




Faith




Health & Society




Innovation



  • Finding Opportunity in Crisis – An Innovator’s Perspective
    with Chuck Swoboda, Eng ’89, Marquette University’s Innovator-in-Residence, host of the Innovators on Tap podcast and author of The Innovator’s Spirit; and Mike Broeker, Deputy Director of Athletics, Marquette University

  • Innovation – It’s Ignatian!
    with Dr. Kristina Ropella, Eng '85, Opus Dean, Opus College of Engineering, Marquette University; and Kate Trevey, Bus Ad '04, Director of Engineering and Innovation Leadership Development, Marquette University

  • Entrepreneurial Planning: Addressing New Needs
    with Jessica Ollenburg, Bus Ad ’85, Grad ’90, Managing Partner & Principal Consultant, Ollenburg LLC Executive Consulting; Megan Carver, Comm ’08, Associate Director, Kohler Center for Entrepreneurship & Co-Director, 707 Hub, Marquette University; and Kelsey Otero, Grad ’14, Associate Director of Social Innovation & Co-Director, 707 Hub, Marquette University

  • Leading Innovation at Marquette University (part of Startup Milwaukee Week)
    with Timothy Hanley, Bus Ad ’78, Interim Keyes Dean of the College of Business Administration at Marquette University; Dr. Kristina Ropella, Eng '85, Opus Dean, Opus College of Engineering, Marquette University; and Kate Trevey, Bus Ad '04, Director of Engineering and Innovation Leadership Development, Marquette University. Moderated by Kyle Hagge, Producer, Innovators on Tap podcast


The Marquette Experience



  • Marquette Social Media in the Time of Coronavirus
    with Tim Cigelske, Comm '04, Grad '18, Director of Integrated Content for Marquette University


  • The Student Experience Today
    with Dr. Xavier Cole, Vice President for Student Affairs, Marquette University


  • Addressing Disparities at and around Marquette: Racism and COVID-19
    with Edith Hudson, Chief of Marquette University Police Department; Patrick Kennelly, Arts ’07, Grad ’13, Director of Marquette University’s Center for Peacemaking; Dr. William Welburn, Vice President for Inclusive Excellence for Marquette University’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion; and moderated by Parisa Mahdavi Shirazi, Arts ’16, Program Associate of Marquette University’s Center for Peacemaking

  • You’re A Marquette Grad — Now What?
    with Meghan Arnold, Comm '02, Marketing Manager, Adobe; Nick Brescia, Arts '06, Privacy Attorney, Walgreen Company; Jacqueline Hackmon, Arts '16, Product Development Leader, James Hardie Products. Moderated by Sheena Quinn, Comm ’04, Public Relations Director, Chicago White Sox

  • Cura Personalis: Living the Marquette Mission of Excellence, Faith, Leadership and Service
    with Prince Beniana, College of Business Administration student; Zoë Comerford, Diederich College of Communication student; Elaina Eckert, College of Health Sciences student; Kaleb Tatum, Diederich College of Communication student; and Lauren Varkoly, College of Health Sciences student

 

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