The UWM Regional Campus Transition Committee has scheduled two listening sessions on campus to get input on the restructuring that will integrate UWM with UW-Washington County and UW-Waukesha.
From the New Zealand wahaika to the Aztec macuahuitl, weapons have been part of human culture across the globe and throughout history. An exhibit at the Milwaukee Public Museum explores that, and UWM students and alums were integral in creating it.
Children aging out of the foster care system need an affordable place to live. A south side neighborhood needed to rehabilitate deteriorating houses. UWM architecture grad John Miceli helped solve both problems with one project.
UWM’s planetarium will host a NASA-sanctioned viewing of the near-total solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21. The event will start with a picnic on the lawn at the corner of Kenwood Boulevard and Maryland Avenue at 11 a.m. and will go until 3 p.m. Telescopes and safety eyewear will be available. The moon will begin […]
MILWAUKEE _ The Italian Film Festival USA is once again stopping in the city in April with help from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. With eight films ranging from documentaries to comedies to political thrillers, the annual Italian Film Festival USA invites audiences to experience a slice of Italian culture in their own backyard. Films are […]
Meat lover and carpenter Nick Offerman will headline this year’s Comedy Bash sponsored by UWM’s Campus Activities Board. Offerman holds many titles, including actor, producer, screenwriter, author, musician, stand-up comedian and carpenter. However, he is known best for his breakout role as Ron Swanson in the NBC television show “Parks and Recreation,” which aired 2009-2015. […]
How Helen Bader School researchers are helping Wisconsin’s at-risk children and families.
UWM’s Christine Kovach has a rare collaboration that offers new avenues for nursing home studies.
UWM sociologist Jennifer Jordan examines how people around the world have sought to identify and preserve old-fashioned varieties of fruits and vegetables.
Glen Jeansonne, UWM professor emeritus of history, takes a fresh look at Herbert Hoover’s legacy.