Chancellor interviewed about upcoming Democrats debate

Chancellor Mark Mone (below, right) was interviewed last week by Charles Benson, WTMJ-4 anchor, with the KIRC in the background. Benson said he was working on a piece that is set to air at 6 p.m. Feb. 8,  with extended coverage on the station’s website. Local print and broadcast media have been covering the upcoming Democrats debate on […]

A Lifetime Achievement Award for Sieff from her peers

Sherri Sieff, clinical professor emerita in communication sciences and disorders, is the recipient of the 2015 Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association Lifetime Achievement Award. The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to an individual for years of professional service to the field of communication disorders. Recently retired from UWM’s College of Health Sciences, Sieff supervised […]

UWM trumpeter on his way to national competition

Keaton Viavattine, UWM graduate student and teaching assistant in the Peck School of the Arts department of Music, is a semi-finalist in the National Trumpet Competition. He is one of 40 graduate students chosen to perform live at the competition March 10-12 at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia. Viavattine began performing professionally in high […]

Cosier’s book ranked as No. 1 new release on Amazon ranks Kim Cosier’s new book, “Rethinking Sexism, Gender, and Sexuality,” as a No. 1 new release. Cosier is associate dean of UWM’s Peck School of the Arts and a professor of art education. According to the Amazon summary, Cosier’s book offers parents guidance on dealing with children when they bring home schoolbooks with racist, […]

UWM named Center of Actuarial Excellence

UWM’s Actuarial Science program was recently designated a Center of Actuarial Excellence (CAE) by the Society of Actuaries, one of 18 universities in the United States to earn the title. As a center, UWM will be eligible to compete for education grants to develop internships and co-ops, building on the program’s learning opportunities for students. […]