“Tribology and Applications of Self-Lubricating Materials” – written by Omrani and co-authored by Pradeep Rohatgi, UWM distinguished professor, and Pradeep L. Menezes – was published last month by CRC Press.
Throngs of black male middle and high school students filled the UWM Student Union Wednesday and Thursday for the fifth annual Summit on Black Male Youth. The event was expected to draw about 2,000 students.
Kristen Murphy, associate professor in UWM’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been recognized for her excellence in scientific enterprise. “I knew I was being nominated, but I honestly didn’t expect to receive it,” Murphy said in regard to the Rising Star Award. “I enjoy what I do and I think I do a good […]
UWM Engineering & Applied Science Dean Brett Peters accompanied Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on a trade mission to Israel last month, and they returned home with a signed letter of intent to collaborate on developing new water technology. Under the agreement, the Water Equipment and Policy Center and the Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research at […]
UWM’s Kristie Brooke has been named a 2017 Health Care Hero by BizTimes Milwaukee. Brooke is an advanced practice nurse practitioner in UWM’s College of Nursing and the Silver Spring Community Nursing Center – one of two UWM-run health care practices in Milwaukee. She has been with the Silver Spring Community Nursing Center in Milwaukee’s […]
Over the past two decades, AmeriCorps alumni have used $4.3 million to pay for education at UWM, the second most of any school in Wisconsin, according to the Corporation for National & Community Service, AmeriCorps’ parent organization.
Nearly 350 donors, students, family members, friends, faculty and staff attended UWM’s largest ever scholarship reception, held this month in the Student Union. “This annual reception is an opportunity to show appreciation for our donors and to honor the hard work of our students,” said Patricia Borger, vice chancellor for development and alumni relations. “It’s […]
Video artist and UWM graduate Sky Hopinka has been named a Mary L. Nohl fellowship winner, one of three winners in the emerging artist category for 2017. Emerging artist winners receive $10,000 to create new work or complete current projects.
The Murchison Widefield Array recently announced the completion of an expansion that quadruples the radio observatory’s size, giving it a 10-fold increase in observing power. That’ll please a lot of folks at UWM.
Members of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee community took part Saturday in fall Make a Difference Day. A collaboration with Interfaith Older Adult Programs, the event saw volunteers matched with seniors to help prepare their homes for winter. Though UWM has been a long-time participant, this year was first that the university served as lead organizer […]