Robert Schwartz, a UWM Distinguished Professor, has contributed to the revival of a uniquely American strain of philosophical inquiry.
Two UWM linguistics researchers are trying to unlock some of fundamental challenges to second-language acquisition.
The UW-Milwaukee School of Education is preparing for a major change in how the work of student teachers is evaluated.
Partnerships have played a major role in the Peck School of the Arts’ Year of the Arts celebration at UWM
Should family members – parents, fiancées, adult children – be allowed in the room as these potentially lifesaving efforts begin?
The Inclusive Housing policy provides the university necessary flexibility to accommodate the needs of LGBT+ students, allies and others.
Students in a popular freshman course taught by Architecture Professor Mark Keane have a chance to see the chairs they design become reality.
Milwaukee firefighters benefit from the Developing the Occupational Athlete Project.
UW-Milwaukee helps budding entrepreneurs by offering competitive opportunities to obtain hard-to-come-by, early-stage financing.
MILWAUKEE—Scientists from five U.S. institutions, including the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), are gearing up for a landmark study of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays – the world’s rarest and most energetic subatomic particles. It is the first time the particles will be recorded from space as they collide with the Earth’s atmosphere. These cosmic rays carry far […]