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What does it mean to be human? What constitutes a life well lived? How can we use our capacities for thought and freedom to make things better? Our student and faculty programs seek to address these perennial questions. We hope you’ll join us by embarking on the journey of self-discovery and growth that only the humanities can offer.
In recognition of graduate students actively working in publicly engaged scholarship in the humanities (Theology, History, English, Philosophy, and Languages, Literatures, and Cultures), The Center for the Advancement of the Humanities (CfAH) is accepting applications for the Publicly Engaged Scholarship Award. Graduate students whose scholarship actively engages broader (non-academic) communities and/or communicates research to the public beyond academia are encouraged to apply.
Award recipients will be honored during Grad Week, February 19-23, 2024 and receive a financial award. For more information see here.
The Sport at the Service of Humanity (SSH) Conference at Marquette is an invitation-only gathering bringing together leaders in athletics, education, business, faith and sport to harness our collective powers to effect positive change in society.
The 2023 Sport at the Service of Humanity Conference at Marquette from November 8th to 10th will be the fourth to be held in the United States and will feature dynamic speakers, panel discussions and breakout groups focused on building existing structures to use the collaborative strength of faith and sport for good.
In Fall 2023, the Humanities Research Colloquium is co-sponsoring a series of panels with the Graduate School and the Center for Data, Ethics, and Society related to the nature, value, and limits of generative Artificial Intelligence.
Visit the Humanities Research Colloquium website HERE to learn more!
Marquette's Center for the Advancement of the Humanities in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Center for 21st Century Studies is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the President's and Chancellor's Challenge Award for our humanities-guided storying in partnership with community groups affected by poverty across Milwaukee. Challenge funds will support student stipends for this program that will be embedded in curriculum in an ongoing way on both campuses. For more information see here.
Register for a training event with the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. For a full list of upcoming events see here.