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Summer Classes Begin

May 18, 2015

Summer session begins. Please visit Checkmarq to enroll in classes.

Urban Journalism Workshop

June 14-26, 2015

UJW is an intense two-week program focused on multimedia news gathering. Students use digital equipment to cover events, interview local news and learn about journalism in a variety of media.

Kempa Summer Journalism Workshop

July 19-22, 2015

The Kettle Moraine Press Association’s annual Summer Journalism Workshop offers a four-day summer journalism camp for high school student media students and advisers.

Big Ideas

Students present Cultura, their magazine journalism capstone

Journalism students in Dr. Nettleton's magazine capstone produced Cultura, a bilingual magazine about arts at Marquette and in Milwaukee. Cultura was produced entirely by the students. Students were required to take on roles writing, editing, fact checking and designing. Cultura was partnered with Spanish students in Dr. Julia Paulk's classes, who helped with the translation of some stories. 

Students receive Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Student Awards for Excellence

Michael Cianciolo and Michael Beiermeister received first place for Sports Play-by-Play for the MUTV broadcast of the Women's Basketball game against Xavier. Michael Cianciolo received second place Sports Story award for his MUTV package on Dwyane Wade's gift to the Live to Dream program. Brian Georgeson received third place in the Promo/PSA/Commercials category for MUTV Fall Sports.  

Marquette alumnus Adam Stockhausen wins Oscar

Marquette alumnus Adam Stockhausen won an Academy Award for his production design in "The Grand Budapest Hotel." Stockhausen was previously nominated for his work on the 2013 film "12 Years a Slave." Stockhausen graduated from Marquette's theater department in 1995. 

DearMKE: Meet Lauren "Lo" Holman

Meet Public Relations major Lauren “Lo” Holman and three of her Marquette University classmates. Find out why they started the “Marquette Explores” blog and get a sense of some of their favorite things about Milwaukee. Watch the DearMKE video

The Value of a Marquette Education

Knowing where your money goes and how the university operates is paramount to understanding the true value of a Marquette education. Working together with our students, we've compiled some key data and laid it out in an accessible, transparent and easy-to-read guide.

Majors in Communication

Interested in pursuing a degree in Communication? Learn more