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.
Social upheaval in the 1980s inspired a generation of Polish poets to explore themes old and new. This selection, from an anthology edited and translated by Michael Mikoś, offers a dark rejoinder to a classic 16th century Polish poem.
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.
César Ferreira, professor of Spanish and Portuguese, was inducted into the Orden de los Descubridores (Order of Discoverers) by Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, during a Ceremony May 6 in Greene Hall. The honor is conferred for “outstanding service in the fields of Hispanic scholarship, the teaching of Spanish, and the […]
An art exhibit running through Tuesday, May 10, showcases the lessons students learned during the course “#BlackLivesMatter: An analysis and critique of the movement.”