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.
More than 125,000 items from the UWM Libraries are available to a worldwide audience now that the collection is part of the Digital Public Library of America.
UWM and UW-Parkside are working together to safeguard important data while keeping costs low.
UWM and the University of Guanajuato are partnering to encourage educational collaborations and business partnerships between Wisconsin and Mexico.
UWM students joined area nonprofits to help improve their communications with the community – and learned what they could use in their own coursework.
UWM students, faculty, staff and alumni spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day volunteering in a Milwaukee high school, painting murals of inspirational images, book covers and quotations.
High school students take UWM’s Architecture 100 course – free and online – to help inspire their interest in the field.
Bernard Peck, a long-time UWM benefactor whose family lent its name to the Peck School of the Arts, will be honored today, Oct. 22, with a memorial service.
Associate Professor of Architecture Manu P. Sobti, UWM architecture students and colleagues in India are examining that country’s first modern planned city, looking at how its growth could co-exist with nearby pre-existing historic villages.
Teens now have more than 250 things to do at their fingertips, thanks to a new app UWM’s App Brewery developed for Beyond the Bell Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Brewers surprised UWM students Wednesday with an impromptu tailgate party in Spaights Plaza. “We were just chilling in the Union and we saw all this commotion,” said junior Samantha Ostrowski, who was joined by her sister Nicole Ostrowski, a sophomore, in the crowd of students gathered in the plaza. “There’s a lot of people, and I got a free bobble head.”
Students from UWM’s Peck School of the Arts and the University of Wisconsin System’s Institute for Urban Education helped a local nonprofit organization provide backpacks and school supplies to low-income families.
Robert Smith, UWM’s associate vice chancellor for Global Inclusion & Engagement, helped write the Milwaukee Public Schools new “Black Lives Matter” resolution. Smith also mentors young black men at Wauwatosa West High School through a voluntary program that offers a safe, confidential place to talk about everything from becoming a man to sexuality to integration to academics.
Students in a new class about aging will bypass the classroom and instead meet at a local retirement community, where residents will help teach. Sharing first-hand stories about aging-related issues may help residents and students alike.
Javier Tapia has been working with the United States and Mexican governments, as well as local nonprofit organizations, to bring a Mexican consulate to Milwaukee. The consulate will provide services to the growing Hispanic community in Wisconsin.