Four examples of research innovation from the UW-Milwaukee will be highlighted during a “First Look” forum within the Thursday, Dec. 10, evening meeting of the Wisconsin Innovation Network’s Milwaukee chapter in Wauwatosa. Modeled after the Wisconsin Technology Council’s eight-year-old “First Look Forum” imbedded in its major conferences, the event is a showcase for emerging technologies […]
Tom Luljak talks with Dean Rodney Swain to learn more about the Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex.
Celebrate Giving Tuesday and encourage philanthropy. Join fellow alumni Dec. 1 as we celebrate giving and your alma mater. The UWM Annual Fund keeps students in college and improve lives. Gifts from alumni support scholarships and fellowships, improve learning resources, and make the University experience accessible to all. We are thankful to all of our […]
Milwaukee, might not be the first place one thinks of when thinking about major architectural prizes, academic or professional. But for the past 12 years, the Marcus Corporation Foundation and the UW-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning have awarded the biannual Marcus Prize to practices around the world.
Faculty argue that raising graduate assistant stipends is essential for UW-Milwaukee to continue as a research university.
Tami Williams, on a research sabbatical in Paris, describes the City of Light’s descent into darkness following the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks.
A group of UW-Milwaukee students is assisting in an effort find local holocaust survivors and preserve their accounts.
In calendar year 2016, requirements for employers under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will be changing. In calendar year 2015, employers are required to offer health insurance to 70% of their full-time employees. In 2016, the ACA requires employers to offer health insurance to 95% of their full-time employees. Under the ACA a full-time employee […]
Blogger John Torinus writes that there’s a lot to be proud of as UWM strives to become a first-class, powerhouse economic and educational institution.
UWM architecture students offer “awe-inspiring” visions of the future of downtown Milwaukee.