David Redlawsk will discuss the relation among information, emotions and voter decision-making, Oct. 12.
The Student Startup Challenge is making it possible for UWM students to graduate not only with a degree, but also their own company.
Aaron Schutz combines his education scholarship and teaching with a sideline as a successful science-fiction writer.
UWM researchers a have been working with the Milwaukee Health Department to study the health of Milwaukee’s beaches and the surrounding water.
UWM’s Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program has received federal funding for an additional five years, according to an announcement from the U.S. Department of Education.
Albulena Shabani (’10 BA English) has begun research into gender, sexuality, how women heal the wounds of war through music and voice.
A project partially conceived at UWM ignites the Twittersphere with greetings from Earthlings.
A new partnership includes a $1 million donation to establish the GE Healthcare Center for Advanced Computational Imaging at UWM.
Four UW-Milwaukee researchers will be exploring the issues and challenges faced by those using synthesized speech.
“Phenology 2012: Future Climate and the Living Earth” will bring together more than 130 experts in all subfields of the discipline.