Two UWM faculty members have been named the first Water Policy Scholars by the university’s Center for Water Policy, housed in the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences.
Nathan Derge went from being a Marine Corps corporal to a UWM student who volunteered to help Milwaukee Public Schools children.
Sequoia Baker’s final semester as a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student featured an internship on first lady Michelle Obama’s communications team.
Two new graduate fellowships at the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences will be supported by BRP USA, which makes powersports vehicles and propulsion systems.
A UWM lecturer and a UWM alum are among the people helping bring the International Symposium on Bicycle & Motorcycle Dynamics to the United States for the first time.
A fountain and green space at the Greenfield Avenue and First Street intersection will beautify the neighborhood while cleaning the environment.
UWM physicists are part of an international team that has detected gravitational waves for a second time.
UWM students went out into senior communities and added a little artistic flair to their daily lives.
The director of the LGBT Resource Center at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee says a new federal effort to reduce smoking among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people is worthwhile and necessary. The Food and Drug Administration’s social media campaign, called “This Free Life,” aims to reduce the rate of tobacco use among the LGBT community. […]
Hundreds of people gathered at the Klotsche Center on UWM’s campus for a drill to prepare officials for how to respond to a public health emergency. The drill’s scenario was that terrorists had released anthrax into the air in Milwaukee, with wind currents dispersing the spores across the region. Volunteers in the exercise simulated residents […]