With the help of UWM’s innovative Life Impact program, Amber and Jared Anderson are preparing to become science teachers. The Andersons, parents of two young children, started college when they were slightly older than most students.
Cristal Sanchez-Estrada loves science of all kinds. The senior biological sciences major sees her work in the lab at the School of Freshwater Sciences as a foundation for any number of careers.
Lynn Sedivy is working with refugee children who are new to America, helping them create books about their experience in the Milwaukee Public Schools. Her project, which is funded with a small grant from the UWM School of Education, supports the work of English language learning teachers.
Kathy Staats’ interest in public health started early, when as a teen she worked against tobacco use. Now, with a UWM degree in hand, she’s working with counties across Wisconsin to improve public health.
A delegation of students from UWM’s Electa Quinney Institute will travel to Madison for the annual State of the Tribes address to the Wisconsin Legislature. Shannon Holsey, tribal chairman of the Stockbridge-Munsee Mohicans, is scheduled to give this year’s address at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 4. The UWM students, who represent three nations and include […]
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has been named a top military-friendly online school for 2017 by the SR Education Group, an education research publishing company based in Kirkland, Washington. The company selected 68 accredited universities offering online degrees and ranked them based on performance in four areas: military culture, online support, financial aid and scheduling flexibility. […]
More than 100 new published works by UWM faculty and staff were on display at the biennial Authors Recognition Ceremony March 7. The topics of the books, monographs and recorded media shown included a social history of the American census and a tracking of women and crime, as well as a history of the modern […]
UWM’s School of Education and the Wisconsin Character Education Partnership have recognized two State Schools of Character for 2017. Greenwood Elementary School in River Falls and Edgewood Elementary School in Greenfield will receive their awards on June 19. The schools are now eligible for the National Schools of Character Award. The Wisconsin Character Education Partnership […]
RiverView Residence Hall will offer co-ed suites and no required meal plan starting next fall.
Seven university educators from Colombia visited UWM recently to study how the university encourages international education and sustainable peacebuilding.