Zilber Hall, 435
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201
Related Partners and Initiatives
Partners and Resources
Successful research and innovation activities are dependent on collaboration and the smart use of a variety of resources. To that end, the Office of Research and Innovation works closely with numerous other agencies, working groups, offices and initiatives across the university and broader community.
Master planning will integrate academic, physical and financial priorities and serve
as a road map for Marquette’s capital projects during the next 10 years.
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute is a regional biomedical collaboration
involving clinical and translational science among Marquette University, the Medical
College of Wisconsin, UW-Milwaukee, the Milwaukee School of Engineering, the BloodCenter
of Wisconsin, Children's Hospital and Froedtert Hospital.
As a Catholic, Jesuit university, we are committed to developing men and women who
will dedicate their lives to the service of others. This community engagement website
showcases Marquette’s resources and how the university community engages in Milwaukee,
surrounding areas and around the world.
The Commons gives Marquette students, along with students from 22 other southeast
Wisconsin colleges and universities, an opportunity to get firmly planted in the region’s
growing innovation economy. Students put their skills to the test with real-world
projects, working with talented peers and receive mentorship and networking opportunities.
MiKE, an initiative of the Greater Milwaukee Committee, creates and supports programming
that convenes corporations, universities and talent networks (entrepreneurs, students,
independents) in order to foster the development of an innovative workforce in the
greater Milwaukee area.
The Kohler Center is a hub for fostering new ventures, encouraging innovation and
creative cross-collaboration between students, faculty and staff from each of Marquette’s
12 colleges and schools, engaging them through: mentoring, community partnerships,
pitch competitions, workshops, speakers and free office-space.
The Near West Side, as defined by the City of Milwaukee, is bound by I-43 (east),
Hwy. 41 (west), Vliet Street and Highland Blvd. (north) and I-94 (south). It is a
neighborhood of neighborhoods where the assets are plentiful and distinct. High-performing
schools, hardworking business & healthcare institutions, generous non-profits, delicious
restaurants and fun entertainment opportunities are here and available in the Near
West Side. Not only is the area commercial, but it is residential, with each neighborhood
holding its own rich, historic memories.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is Marquette University's central point
of coordination for sponsored projects and the legally authorized representative for
grants, contracts and assurances. ORSP represents the sum of Marquette's experience
with extramural sponsors and partners over time. ORSP helps faculty and administrators
build bridges between Marquette and extramural sponsors and other institutions to
advance the university's mission, and it fosters excellence in sponsored projects
by promoting best practices, policies and procedures that ensure consistency and efficiency
in our transactions with sponsors and partners.
Marquette University's renowned faculty-scholars work to advance their fields and
improve the world around us. Faculty edit a number of scholarly journals and frequently
collaborate with academic partners around the world. Marquette is also home to more
than 20 academic centers and institutes.
Marquette’s Catholic, Jesuit identity calls members of the campus community to Be
the Difference, preparing men and women for and with others. These fundamental characteristics
and traits align nicely with social innovation and social entrepreneurship; attacking
root causes of social problems with sustainable models that increase human capability.
Marquette University aspires to be among the most innovative and accomplished Catholic and Jesuit universities in the world. The university will reach beyond traditional academic boundaries and embrace new and collaborative methods of teaching, learning, research and service so that Marquette graduates will be problem-solvers and agents for change, ready in the spirit of St. Ignatius to "go and set the world on fire."