The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee History Department has been selected to participate in the American Historical Association’s 2017-’18 Career Diversity for Historians Faculty Institutes. Participation in this Institute will make the history department eligible to apply for an award that will subsidize support for one doctoral student as a Career Diversity Graduate Fellow during 2018-2019 and 2019-2020. […]
The Center for Information Policy Research at UWM’s School of Information Studies has been awarded a National Leadership Grants for Libraries award from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. The $90,000 grant will fund the project “Library Values & Privacy in our National Digital Strategies: Field guides, Convenings, and Conversations.” The center, directed by […]
After fire struck UWM’s theater building April 8, students and faculty put aside their grief and shock, rolled up their sleeves and got to work. Less than two weeks later, a new “Arcadia” set is almost ready.
UWM’s production of “Arcadia” will go on May 3-7 despite a fire that knocked the theater building out of service, with set production being done at Shorewood High School and performances at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater.
Six UW-Milwaukee student journalists have won six first place regional Society of Professional Journalists’ Mark of Excellence awards, and advance to the 2017 Excellence in Journalism competition in Anaheim, Calif. Seven more UWM journalism stories were finalists in the regional competition, which encompasses Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. The award winning stories appeared in the student news […]
UWM Professor of Urban Planning Mordecai Lee says the debate about transportation funding in Wisconsin reveals a new level of rigidity in party loyalty.
Prof. Elizabeth Drame, head of UWM’s Department of Exceptional Education, discussed her career studying autism and other emotional and behavioral disorders.
Architecture professor Carolyn Esswein of UWM’s Community Design Solutions group participated in a workshop studying ways to revitalize the former Northridge Mall.
Dazhong “Dave” Zhao, a UWM associate professor of biological sciences, hopes to build a switch that prevents fields of switchgrass, a promising biofuel, from contaminating neighboring crops.