MILWAUKEE –Native American writers from across the country will come together in Milwaukee from Sept. 4-9 for the 20th anniversary Returning the Gift Festival, titled “Gathering of Words at the Gathering of the Waters.” The Gathering takes place at various locations throughout the city, and marks the 20th anniversary festival of indigenous writers and storytellers […]
A group of Milwaukee teachers spent six weeks working in engineering laboratories at UWM.
Richard Popp’s, “The Holiday Makers,” explores the effects that mid-century print media advertising had on American consumer culture.
UWM researcher explores whether exercise can boost brain health of young marijuana users.
The class will investigate the Olympic Games as a complex urban phenomenon with implications for understanding the modern metropolis.
The women’s health provisions in the Affordable Care Act that went into effect Aug. 1 will help keep women healthier at every stage of life, says Magda Peck, dean of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health. Peck was one of 15 national experts on women’s health who served on the […]
A new approach to exceptional ed aims to identify and assist students with special needs before they fall behind, rather than waiting to correct deficits.