UWM has broken ground on the Hortus Academicus, a garden of trees, bushes and other plants used in brewing as part of UWM’s certificate in the Culture and Science of Fermentation. On Wednesday, May 17, seven trees were planted in the garden behind the Honors College, which will provide ingredients that were used for brewing […]
Daniel Marion, who earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at UWM’s Peck School of the Arts, uses his talents as a sculptor to help re-create the faces of unidentified bodies.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee History Department has been selected to participate in the American Historical Association’s 2017-’18 Career Diversity for Historians Faculty Institutes. Participation in this Institute will make the history department eligible to apply for an award that will subsidize support for one doctoral student as a Career Diversity Graduate Fellow during 2018-2019 and 2019-2020. […]
Sweeping changes are underway in downtown Milwaukee, from the new Bucks arena and the transformation of the Grand Avenue mall to development along the Milwaukee lakefront and in the Westown neighborhood. Architecture and urban planning students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will reveal their vision for a revitalized, pedestrian friendly corridor along Clybourn and Michigan […]
When fire ripped through UWM’s Peck School of the Arts’ scene shop at the Mainstage Theatre on April 8, weeks of work went up in smoke. But after a lot of support and hard work, the show premieres May 3 at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater.
Television advertisements showing sad-faced, hungry children may seem cliché, but they’re probably an effective way for charities to attract new donors. That’s one takeaway from a new study conducted by Xiaoxia Cao, an assistant professor in the Department of Journalism, Advertising, and Media Studies (JAMS). Cao looked at whether images of happy or sad people […]
UWM’s production of “Arcadia” will go on May 3-7 despite a fire that knocked the theater building out of service, with set production being done at Shorewood High School and performances at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater.
Krista Grensavitch’s UWM class drew upon groundbreaking Judy Chicago work of art to research and celebrate trailblazing women.
Art and architecture enthusiasts are invited to the premiere installation of The Warming Hive 3-5 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at The Open gallery, 832 E. Chambers St. The Warming Hive is an airy collaboration among 11 School of Architecture and Urban Planning students instructed by assistant professor Whitney Moon, as well as artists Katy Cowan […]
Historian Mary Sarah Bilder will discuss the late President James Madison’s account of the drafting of the U.S. Constitution in UWM’s inaugural Jere D. McGaffey Lecture in history.