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.
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 […]
Rebecca Neumann, an associate professor of economics at UWM, teaches students in college and high school about personal finance. Too often, she says, it’s not talked about, and that can create real harm. “Let’s take it out of the list of taboo subjects.”
A number of alumni of UWM’s School of Education were among those honored at the fifth annual Celebrate Teachers and Teaching event.
Twenty-eight faculty and staff members received awards recognizing their work to make UW-Milwaukee a better place at the 2017 Fall Awards Ceremony Oct. 11.
UWM is home to a program like very few in the United States. It’s one of just six undergraduate institutions in the country to receive a Maternal & Child Health Pipeline Training grant, which aims to boost the diversity of the health care workforce.
The College of Nursing held its first white coat ceremony for nursing majors on Monday, Aug. 28. White coat ceremonies are the traditional introduction to students of health care professions entering their “clinicals,” or training with patients. This inaugural white coat ceremony also included current nursing majors, who had never been recognized in this fashion. […]
The honor recognizes the professors’ “outstanding research record and the international impact of his or her work in the field.” The additions bring to 33 the number of distinguished professors at UWM.
Reuben Harpole Jr. and Nate Deans are generations apart, but they share a common passion — improving urban education and increasing the number of African-American male teachers in classrooms.
Mix high octane volunteerism and a love of things Asian and you get Haneen Amro, winner of a Fulbright award to support the teaching of English in South Korea.