UWM is partnering with two Milwaukee health care institutions to make it easier for families to learn how to care for children with special needs.
UWM social work graduate students recently had the ear of Earl Johnson, director of the Office of Family Assistance in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee have identified a new fuel cell catalyst that costs 5% of the industry-standard platinum catalyst.
Matt Novak’s blog, Paleofutures, focuses on past visions of the future over a span of 13 decades, beginning with the 1870s.
Bev Belfer is the driving force behind a beginner’s guitar class at UW-Milwaukee that is open to all military veterans.
Brett Peters’ research interests include design, analysis, operation and control of manufacturing systems.
UWM biochemist Xiaohua Peng has developed compounds that can “recognize” and release active drugs only to cancer cells.
UWM’s Counseling Psychology program is involved in an ongoing partnership that is helping troubled girls and young women gain control of their lives.