The UWM community is more than halfway to its goal of completing 60,000 hours of service this year.
“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.
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.
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.
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.
UWM is turning 60 years old and kicking off the year-long celebration Sunday, Aug. 7, in the Central Park area at the Wisconsin State Fair.
Jon Wilson graduated from UWM just months before his daughter, Nia, enrolled. Here are their tips for successfully navigating the admissions and financial aid processes.
Parental criticism can lead to an overvalued sense of responsibility — a key feature of obsessive compulsive disorder — student researcher Haley Branback found.
Rebecca Yoshikane and Wyatt Tinder turned a Wisconsin tradition into a winning idea for the UWM Student Startup Challenge.