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.
The League of American Bicyclists has named UWM one of the top bicycle-friendly universities in the nation. The top ranking comes just three years after the campus was named a bronze-level campus by the league.
When Heidi Plach steps into a lecture hall in UWM’s College of Health Sciences, she’s hoping to teach her students that being involved in the community and being of service to others are essential to one’s personal and professional life.
As we honor those who serve our country, meet Nate Derge. He’s just one of 1,100 student veterans on UWM’s campus who greatly contribute to this school and country.
Dream City Music is one of many startup businesses founded by UWM students, so the five-month-old company is a natural fit for UWM’s 2016 Student Startup Challenge.
Not just a day, but a week’s worth of activities during UWM’s Veterans Week will honor those who have served. Events both on and off campus will begin Friday, Nov. 4, and lead to Veterans Day on Nov. 11.
Public employees, including those at UWM, are under stress, says Ellen Bravo, director of Family Values @ Work. Her keynote address at this year’s University Staff Conference will talk about ways to alleviate that.
Nearly 600 people turned out to watch UWM faculty amaze them with hands-on demonstrations and awe-inspiring ideas during the Wisconsin Science Festival in the Milwaukee area this weekend.
UWM students are part of a campus-wide effort to help other students register to vote on or near campus. The goal is to prevent the long lines that occurred in past when students tried to register on election day.
For more than five decades, UWM’s TRIO & Pre-College programs have been helping students clear obstacles in their paths to getting to college and succeeding there.