Mordecai Lee is one of 15 featured authors who will be presenting and signing books at the 2018 Roosevelt Reading Festival at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York.
A new Bachelor of Science in Public Health degree will enable UWM to bolster Wisconsin public health workforce, which is rapidly aging and being depleted by retirements even as the need increases.
The Education Committee of the UW System Board of Regents gave unanimous approval to a new public health degree at UWM and degrees at other system universities.
UW-Milwaukee has named Scott Gronert incoming dean of its College of Letters & Science, effective Aug. 1.
MILWAUKEE _ National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu has approved more than $2 million in Creativity Connects grants as part of the NEA’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year 2018. Among the grantees are two projects led by UW-Milwaukee faculty: Anne Basting, a 2016 MacArthur Fellow and professor of theatre in the Peck […]
Over the course of U.S. history, the concept of motherhood has been used to effect change on myriad issues, says Leslie Harris, UWM associate professor of communication. And the history of Mother’s Day is just as complex.
Gladys Mitchell-Walthour, assistant professor of public policy & political economy in the Department of Africology, was a recent guest scholar at San Diego State University, where she attended the talk “The Future of Democracy in Brazil,” delivered by the country’s former president Dilma Rousseff.
Administrators and educators in the Peck School of the Arts secured major grants this semester to pilot a new approach to community programming and art-making in the Kenilworth Square East INOVA Gallery, located at 2155 N. Prospect Ave.
A native of Florida, Clark Evans has had to adjust to Wisconsin weather. As he does, he’s helping oversee UWM’s atmospheric sciences program, which is adjusting its offerings to better fit what employers want.
UWM senior Jared Smith’s ideas to combine personal finance with community-based services have earned him $1,000 and a finalist spot in the FOCUSS national competition taking place at the end of April in Madison, Wisconsin.