The League of American Bicyclists has named UWM one of the top bicycle-friendly universities in the nation. The top ranking comes just three years after the campus was named a bronze-level campus by the league.
In the 21st century, archaeology is conducted with laptops, tablets, drones and sophisticated software as much as with shovels, picks and pith helmets. From drones in the Andes to iPads at Pompeii, to digital workflows in the American Southwest, technology provides both solutions and novel challenges for field archaeologists. A new digital book, “Mobilizing the […]
Public employees, including those at UWM, are under stress, says Ellen Bravo, director of Family Values @ Work. Her keynote address at this year’s University Staff Conference will talk about ways to alleviate that.
With three degrees from UWM and tenure at UW-Fox Valley, mathematician Carrie Tirel is making time to encourage young women to follow her path.
Just eight months after accepting an honorary doctorate in laws and human rights, Christiane Taubira is deepening her connections to UW-Milwaukee.
David Pate has been exploring issues of race, particularly the impact of racism on black males, for the better part of 20 years. Most recently, he’s been helping students explore the Black Lives Matter movement.
UWM researchers launched the online Encyclopedia of Milwaukee in the summer of 2016. The long-term project will continue to grow in the coming years.
Cancer and obesity are difficult problems on their own. Combined, they create a fiendishly complex problem. To tackle it, UWM prof Scott Graham and colleagues are borrowing a method originally created to solve national security problems.
UW-Milwaukee is home to an impressive, though little known, art collection of more than 7,600 items, ranging from Western to non-Western, ancient to contemporary.