Research into a recently discovered class of materials shows they have the necessary characteristics to develop ultra-energy efficient electronics.
The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters hosts a public lecture by a distinguished professor at UWM on Tuesday, March 25.
UWM engineering student Alex Francis was awarded the $7,500 grand prize in the Competition
The largest moving observatory in the world will become a flying classroom for 24 teachers, including Jean Creighton.
For the second-straight year, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee senior became an NCAA First-Team All-American.
HBSSW offers crime analysis classes – online and in person – to current UWM students in any major and to any college graduates.
Early research experience inspired Ruth Etzel to pursue a career studying the environmental hazards impacting children.
Milwaukee’s 40-year-old Chapter 220 program is the oldest voluntary public school integration transportation program in the United States.
Contemporary conceptual artist, curator and double UWM alumna Michelle Grabner returns to INOVA on March 24.
University researchers and a team of middle schoolers are working together to build a hand mobility device for seniors with disabilities.
A showdown of the state’s top high school students in science, technology, engineering and math takes place at (UWM).
Coinciding with Women’s History Month, UWM’s Women’s Studies Program is celebrating its 40th anniversary this spring.