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Marquette In Milwaukee is a podcast that explores connections between Marquette University and the city we call 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.
 
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We're back for another week of #mubb discussion including the first challenging game of the season. We spend the beginning of the pod highlighting the success of both the Women's basketball program and Volleyball program. We then turn to focus on the results of the Purdue game, what we liked and what leaves us with concerns. Finally we pivot to upc…
 
The #mubb season is underway and we have some things to say about it. We review the two games this week as well as discuss that surprised us in both good and bad ways. We also spend some time reviewing the Purdue game, what to expect, and what we hope happens then close out with the briefest preview of LIU possible. As always, enjoy!…
 
Once more lord #mubb rises from its slumber and brings joy and pain to the MU faithful (hopefully more joy than pain). The season starts Monday so we're back to make all sorts of predictions on how the season will go. We look back on season predictions of years past so you know how much to ignore us this season. Then we go game by game calling our …
 
We are back and ready to talk MUBB because it has been the quietest summer either of us can remember for Marquette basketball. We want to talk roster changes and how we hope to see those changes work out. We then talk media narrative around Marquette and why we are baffled at it being so uniformly low as we look around the Big East. Then, we talk c…
 
It's been a bit but #ScrambledEggs is not only back, but back live. We recorded this podcast in person from an undisclosed murder basement and it could not have gone better. We talk off season roster changes, what next season looks like, and the TBT among other things. As always, enjoy!โดย Phil Bush/Joe McCann
 
We're back for the final "in-season" podcast for #mubb to review the NCAAT results (real bad) and the season over all(good to really good). We first discuss the blow out at the hands of North Carolina and why is it that Marquette is the launching platform for other teams to make Elite Eight or better tournament runs. We then talk about the roster c…
 
Selection Sunday has come and gone with us reacting to where #mubb is seeded. We talk about Marquette's seeding and breakdown the first game against UNC. We talk about the game with eyes wide open, as it will not be an easy game. We then talk about the bracket overall as well as what odds the Big East has in making a run as a conference. Lastly, Jo…
 
The regular season for #mubb has come to close and we are getting ready for the post season. Welcome into the THIS IS MARCH podcast. We first look back at the last week of the regular season and decide if there are take aways. We then look at the Big East bracket and discuss scenarios and make suggestions. Then it's NCAA tournament discussion time …
 
Welcome back #mubb, we hope you enjoyed National Marquette Day! We are back to talk about the game against Butler and any conclusions that we can draw from such a game. We then turn to the week ahead which features a frisky DePaul team and a St Johns match up that will be frenetic at worst. We close out the pod looking ahead to BET and Selection Su…
 
Marquette went 1-1 this past week but it doesn't feel quite that good. So we're here to talk about the #mubb week that was and the mixed bag of results against Georgetown and Creighton. We then pivot to your questions and answer most of them seriously. We close out the pod with National Marquette Day game predictions. Enjoy!…
 
Well, the joys of college basketball generally and #mubb specifically is they zig when we zag. The team had a rough week losing one game that was somewhat expected and another that was definitely unexpected. So we talk about the week in total and especially everyone taking their foot off the gas against Butler. We also spend time talking about the …
 
Only one game this week, must not be much #mubb to talk about, right? Wrong! Any time you sweep Villanova it is cause for conversation. Then, while we never tire of heaping them on this team, we are running out of superlative's to say about this squad so we decide to look ahead to the tournament and what fate has in store for our intrepid warriors.…
 
We're back to talk about #mubb and for the first time in a while we have to talk about a loss. We talk about the victory over Seton Hall and break down the loss to Providence. Does this loss introduce any doubts for us or leave us concerned about the direction of this season? Definitely not, but we've got to talk about it. Then we turn to the remat…
 
This has been one heckuva week for sports in general and for #mubb specifically. We had some drinks while recording, but we did not deliver on the 17 drink pod we promised if #mubb went 2-0, we aren't monsters. So we breakdown the games against Villanova and Xavier, looking to identify just what has this team found in themselves that has led to thi…
 
In perhaps the greatest night in #mubb Twitter history, we celebrate a win over Villanova with over an hour of chatter across the #mubb universe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesโดย SB Nation
 
It was a heck of a week for #mubb and we've got to talk about it. We spend time talking about the week that was and how it has changed our expectations for the season. We also troll the Seton Hall fans a little bit while talking about the tight results on Saturday. We then turn to the balance of the season and what we think this team can do and how…
 
Patrick and Ben host a Twitter space following Marquette's win over Georgetown. Where does the team go after a crazy 2-3 start in the Big East? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesโดย SB Nation
 
#mubb had something to say this last week, and boy so do we. The podcast is back to talk about the mollywoppings from Marquette against Providence and The Fighting Patrick Ewings. We talk about what changed in the last couple of games to generate these results and whether it's sustainable. We turn to the upcoming game and the never ending weirdness…
 
Let's get right to it, not fouling when up 3 was a bad choice and not in a revisionist history sort of way, in a very real time everyone knew it sort of way. However, one bad choice also shouldn't sink the whole of year one for the Shaka era. We're back to talk about the disappointing result against Creighton and preview the games against Providenc…
 
Hope everyone enjoyed their time with family at Christmas, we certainly did. We came back to the pod ostensibly to talk UConn vs #mubb game result and preview the St John's game.....welp, the St John's game isn't happening. So we talk about the UConn game and then pivot to what the next couple of weeks could look like generally. Then to lighten the…
 
Welcome to Big East conference season, glad you could join us! #mubb had a single game this week against Xavier. Team started well for once but couldn't sustain. We talk about the game and what it might mean going forward. We also talk about the only game this week, a match-up against UConn at home. We close out the pod with an unplanned topic. We …
 
Patrick and Ben take to Twitter to discuss Marquette's blowout loss to UCLA, close win over Kansas State and preview the Big East and what it will take for Marquette to make the NCAA Tournament in 2022. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesโดย SB Nation
 
Welcome to a new episode of Scrambled Eggs! We are hear to talk about the week that was in #mubb and the non-conference experience overall. First we talk about the take away from MU going 1-1 this week (and avoiding the December 0-fer we feared) and then get into the details of the K-State and UCLA results. We then ask, what have we learned as a re…
 
We recorded our live Twitter Space following Wisconsin's blowout of Marquette. We take live questions from fans and get perspective from several #mubb Twitter members. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesโดย SB Nation
 
Marquette basketball has started the season 5-1 with 3 upset wins over Power 5 programs. We run down a whirlwind of observations and try to stay optimistic following a difficult Sunday setback. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesโดย SB Nation
 
The Shaka Smart Era is upon us! Patrick and Ben make observations about the exhibition rout of Bowie State and discuss the state of the program as the season begins Tuesday. Also, enjoy a comedic preview of MU's first opponent, SIU-Edwardsville. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
This Covid Conversation looks back at the growth of Marquette’s Covid Research Initiative to evaluate how the various projects that emerged under its umbrella provide templates and ideas for collaborative research. It is especially noteworthy that each participant wears several hats at Marquette. We also consider what it meant to produce 24 episode…
 
New initiatives at Marquette and in Milwaukee are helping boost college admissions and retention for students in our city. Organizations like All In Milwaukee, College Possible and new programs at Marquette are providing resources and support to improve social, academic and graduation outcomes. In this episode we hear from leaders at Marquette and …
 
500 years ago, a soldier was critically wounded on a battlefield in Spain when he suffered a cannonball blow to his knee. He thought his life, as he knew it, was over. Instead, his long journey back to health prompted a spiritual awakening. The course of his life changed as he came to focus on fostering reflection, community and education. That man…
 
Lezlie Knox and Donald Leech (University of Virginia at Wise) discuss his recent co-authored book, Covid-19 Conspiracy Theories: QAnon, 5G, the New World Order and Other Viral Ideas (McFarland, 2021). As two medievalists, they focus on similarities between the Black Death and our current pandemic, as well as why conspiracy theories are so appealing…
 
This year, Marquette University welcomes Coach Shaka Smart as the head coach of the men's basketball team. Coach Smart is a Wisconsin native who grew up in Madison for 18 years before going onto coaching success, including leading Virginia Commonwealth University to a Final Four appearance. On and off the court, Coach Smart is committed to relation…
 
According to the World Health Organization, people are not only living through a pandemic but also an “infodemic” that has made it difficult to know which information and advice about the virus are accurate. In this conversation, Marquette colleagues discuss this infodemic and why it is different from tabloid news and other types of misinformation …
 
It’s been a long year since we shared the last episode of Marquette in Milwaukee. And we’ve been busier than ever. We are back today to hear about the service and research from Marquette that has helped our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The work on campus continues, and has far-reaching impact –– whether that’s providing essential pro bon…
 
Patrick Leary, Ben Snider and Sam Newberry discuss Marquette firing Steve Wojciechowski and who it should consider replacing him with, including Porter Moser and Dennis Gates. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesโดย SB Nation
 
The panelists from Mask Up Marquette Episode 4 in Season 1 reconvene to review the current science on COVID-19 transmission and mask-wearing. They discuss how masks are still effective in preventing transmission of the COVID-19 variants now circulating in the U.S, how winter affects viral transmission, and the importance of continuing to wear a mas…
 
This week our panelists, three Marquette undergraduate students from different disciplines, reflect on their experiences with COVID messaging during the past 10 months. They discuss the efficacy of mask-promoting and social-distancing campaigns; recall their efforts to find reliable sources of information on COVID; and offer their assessments of Ma…
 
In this bonus episode, the Covid Conversations Organizing Team looks back at season One to discuss some of their favorite episodes and discuss the things they learned. They also look ahead to provide potential topics for season two. Appearing in this episode: Dr. Laurieann Klockow, Department of Biomedical Sciences Dr. Lezlie Knox, Department of Hi…
 
This week our panelists talk about how they work with community partners to collaborate on research and interventions. Working in varying research areas, including nursing and racial disparities in maternal and health outcomes, the long civil rights movement and criminal justice reform, and autism and disability advocacy, the panelists think togeth…
 
This conversation, between three Marquette faculty who team-taught a course in Spring 2020, reflects on the ways in which COVID-19 has reshaped their pedagogy, from syllabus design to student expectations. Participants include: Dr. Michael Zimmer, Associate Professor in Marquette’s Department of Computer Science, is a privacy and internet ethics sc…
 
This week we discuss ways that people have responded to previous pandemics and large-scale death events, and are there parallels to how people are responding today. Fr. Michael Maher, SJ, - Visiting Professor, Marquette University Department of History. Dr. Amy Amendt-Raduege - English Adjunct Faculty, Whatcom Community College. Kat McConnell - Cou…
 
This week two of Marquette University's outstanding undergraduates, Brooke McArdle & Gretchen Zirgaitis, join Dr. Lezlie Knox to discuss their undergraduate research, the importance of female mentorship, and the impact of the pandemic on undergraduate researchers. Brooke McArdle - A Senior Majoring in Classical Languages & History. Gretchen Zirgait…
 
Dr. Jane Peterson and Noel Hincha discuss their archeological efforts to recreate life in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. As a result of the Great Migration, the area became home to many Black Americans in the early twentieth century. COVID-19 interrupted their fieldwork but prompted them to pursue new methods and pay more attention to racial h…
 
This week's conversation focuses on the emerging phenomenon of "COVID Longhaulers" and the challenges associated with tracking this phenomenon through healthcare data management systems. Dr. Jessica A. Pater - Research Scientist and Manager of the Health Services and Informatics Research Lab in the Parkview Research Center (PRC) in Fort Wayne, Indi…
 
This week's conversation focuses on research at Marquette University and how the COVID19 Pandemic has impacted researchers at both the student and faculty levels. The discussants also talk about the opportunities for collaboration; the current reality has presented. Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp - Professor of Chemistry and Marquette University's Vice Pres…
 
This week's conversation focuses on the role of public health in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. It also highlights lessons learned from coping with prior epidemics. Dr. Joseph Byonanebye - Clinical Assistant Professor in the College of Health Sciences, Marquette University. He teaches and researches public health and global health aspects. Jos…
 
This week's discussion focuses on how the COVID-19 pandemic and the movement to work from home and online learning further blurred the lines between the public and the private—resulting in questions about balancing public safety with data privacy. Dr. Micahel Zimmer, Associate Professor in Marquette University's Department of Computer Science Dr. J…
 
This week the conversation centers around the historic contribution of both Catholicism and the Jesuit tradition to the evolution of Healthcare. And how that tradition informs responses to COVID-19 from both a healthcare and humanitarian perspective. Dr. Carmel Ruffolo - Ph.D., Medical Microbiology, Associate Vice President for Corporate Engagement…
 
This week's conversation focuses on the intersection of the pandemic with the country's political climate. To understand the underlying challenges the pandemic plays to the functioning of the government. Dr. Amber Wichowsky - a political scientist whose research explores the intersections between politics and inequality, including class biases in t…
 
This conversation focuses on how the COVID19 pandemic has impacted both individual and collective mental health in our community. The discussants outline the contexts that existed before the outbreak and how the outbreak has exacerbated the struggles of communities lacking mental health resources. Dr. Weneaka Jones - Clinical Assistant Professor Co…
 
This conversation focuses on the efforts of the Center for Teaching and Learning & the Division of Digital Learning in facilitating Marquette's transition to online learning as a response to the initial COVID19 outbreak in the Spring of 2020. How they are preparing to support faculty in hybrid/online teaching for Fall 2020, and the opportunities to…
 
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