Administrators and educators in the Peck School of the Arts secured major grants this semester to pilot a new approach to community programming and art-making in the Kenilworth Square East INOVA Gallery, located at 2155 N. Prospect Ave.
UWM senior Jared Smith’s ideas to combine personal finance with community-based services have earned him $1,000 and a finalist spot in the FOCUSS national competition taking place at the end of April in Madison, Wisconsin.
If you’re surprised by the recent blast of wintry weather in Wisconsin, you’re not alone. Even weather-industry professionals like UWM’s Clark Evans, associate professor of atmospheric sciences, were surprised by the torrent of hail and snow over the weekend.
The second annual early childhood Director Day will be Saturday, April 28, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the School of Continuing Education Conference Center.
A University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student is one of 60 undergraduate researchers from across the country who have been invited to Washington, D.C., for the annual Posters on the Hillevent April 17 and 18.
When her instructor said UWM’s Honors College was planning a service trip, Emma Cowen, a sophomore majoring in Spanish and global studies, leapt at the opportunity. “I didn’t care where we were going. I just knew I wanted to go,” she said.
The fifth annual UWM International Dessert Competition on April 16 will offer students a chance to compete and the public a chance to sample sweet treats from around the world.
Graham Stearns has already done a science project on gravitational waves with advice and support from UWM physics grad students. He was among more than 1,500 young scientists in middle and high school taking part in the Wisconsin Science Olympiad at UWM April 6-7.
Nine researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee have received a total of $743,000 from the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute as part of the institute’s $2.8 million omnibus grant to support Great Lakes research. The researchers, including two from engineering, two from biological sciences and five from freshwater sciences, are working on projects ranging […]
The UWM Spiral Garden and Power Plant Cistern Project has been honored by the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Wisconsin Chapter with the group’s 2018 award for landscape projects costing $500,000 or less.