Nathan Derge went from being a Marine Corps corporal to a UWM student who volunteered to help Milwaukee Public Schools children.
America’s future military leaders are honing their skills at UWM to serve and protect people both near and far.
Britta Jerdee graduated from UWM in May, and she says volunteering made it not only a happier journey, but also one that featured better grades.
At UWM, Leah Letson grew from a “shy 18-year-old” into an airman, professional athlete and role model.
Anye Ngwa traveled from Cameroon to earn his degree at UWM, and picked up plenty of life-changing experiences in the process.
More than 3,000 students are graduating during UWM’s 114th commencement. Here’s a closer look at the Class of 2016.
From the Gasthaus to Library Grind, here are some of the top study spots on campus as the semester winds down.
Whether she needed career coaching or a loan for car repairs, Saidah Sheppard could always count on UWM’s program for low-income students raising young children.
UWM students spend Friday mornings helping The Gathering serve Milwaukeeans without a home.
UWM junior and neighborhood block captain Marcos Cruz is using his School of Education lessons to help his south side Milwaukee community.