The Career Closet offers UWM students a no-cost way to spruce up their wardrobes for upcoming job and internship interviews.
Spring was in the air when UWM head baseball coach Scott Doffek and Milwaukee Brewers radio announcers Jeff Levering and Lane Grindle sat down at the Union to talk baseball.
The UWM community is more than halfway to its goal of completing 60,000 hours of service this year.
You get a special perspective on the history of UWM, its students, and its hometown when you peruse 60 years’ worth of the UWM Post online at the UWM Libraries’ Digital Collections.
“You’ll never be able to get him,” people told members of UWM’s Muslim Student Association who said they wanted to bring activist and NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to Milwaukee. After months of effort, they did.
Chancellor Mark Mone laid out a path Thursday that he said will allow UWM to marshal its strengths and chart a course to not only survive but thrive.
Three of southeastern Wisconsin’s largest and most influential educational institutions are working together to better prepare students for graduation and career success.
Experts will help students, staffers and others from the community sign up for health insurance in an event at the Union Ballroom on Jan. 26.
A look at photos from 2016 shows the many ways UWM engaged with the community, from presidential candidate visits to research that helped advance human knowledge and achievement. But there was time for fun, too.
UWM’s team didn’t make it to the final rounds of the Kapco Charitable Challenge, but two team members are finding a way to use the donated money to make a difference.