Interest in vampires never dies, and students have flocked to a UWM class titled “Vampires: From Slavic Village to Hollywood.”
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) have identified mechanisms in the brain responsible for regulating cocaine-seeking behavior, providing an avenue for drug development that could greatly reduce the high relapse rate among cocaine addicts.
A student who didn’t show up for an appointment inspired Susana Muñoz to research the experiences of undocumented students
Weiss/Manfredi Architecture / Landscape / Urbanism has won the 2013 Urban Edge Award, given by UWM’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning.
TCARE Navigator LLC, a Milwaukee-based start-up, will commercialize an innovative caregiver support system developed UWM.
A studio, at the School of Architecture & Urban Planning turned out an edgy yet ergonomic specimen of public seating.