Political scientist Kathleen Dolan shares her thoughts about the past, present and likely future of American women running for elected office.
In his forthcoming book, political scientist Tom Holbrook talks about how shifts in voting patterns from state to state could influence presidential elections.
UWM’s out-of-this-world planetarium director Jean Creighton shares her thoughts on a career in astrophysics and the vital role of science in society.
Marija Gajdardziska-Josifovska, dean of UWM’s Graduate School, said Milwaukee’s role as a water hub is slowly taking shape, and UWM is building the freshwater science effort sought by city leaders.
While men’s basketball at UWM has historically had a tough time filling seats, coach Rob Jeter says the team’s exciting style makes it the “best buy in town.”
Africology professor Jeffrey Sommers argues that the U.S. and its European allies need to reconsider economic sanctions against Russia to achieve a cooperative response to ISIS and the Syrian crisis.
Michael Zimmer of the School of Information Studies said the Ted Cruz campaign’s use of voters’ Facebook data raised concerns about “packaging voters like they’re consumers.”
A longtime leader in the College of Health Sciences, Paula Rhyner talks about her new position at the helm of the School of Continuing Education.