Global Change Maker – Nichali Ciaccio

For years, food has been used to bring people together.  However, cooking a meal for another person can be a very intimidating, yet intimate experience.  Food and diet preferences are among the factors the cook must consider. After the cooking,… Read More

Dr. Martin Mikell Profile

By: Catie Middleton For Martin Mikell, the road to a PhD in nursing was never straight, but rather much more circuitous. “So well it took a long time, it took seven and a half years,” Mikell said. “My wife would… Read More

$250,000 New Funding for Doctoral Students

UWM College of Nursing has over $250,000 in new funding to help nurses return to school to obtain a doctoral degree in Nursing.  Students can apply to the Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP), a loan forgiveness program designed to prepare… Read More

Meet the new dean

Kim Litwack has been named dean of the College of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, effective June 1. A professor of nursing, Litwack joined UWM in 2004. She has been serving as the interim dean of the college since… Read More

Inaugural Health Research Symposium a big success

The 2017 Inaugural UWM Health Research Symposium showcased the current research endeavors of students, faculty and staff at the College of Health Sciences, the College of Nursing and the Zilber School of Public Health, with posters and podium presentations. The… Read More

Impacting Milwaukee

When you are on the brink of change and soon realize you want to make a greater impact on others you must act on it. For alumnus Andy Hargarten, the decision to contribute in a greater way to the community… Read More

Spring into Good Health

Education and prevention; these concepts keep our communities healthy. UWM undergraduate nursing students at Silver Spring Community Nursing Center and Vicki Swaney, Clinical Instructor worked together with Jean Bell-Calvin, Nursing Center Director and a number of community partners to coordinate… Read More

Colombian scholars visit UWM to explore peacebuilding

Seven academic and education experts in international affairs from Colombia visited UWM recently to learn more the university’s international education and research, particularly around the issue of peacebuilding. Full story

Research Chair studies germ-busting robot

The quiet robot’s name is Nikki, which means, fittingly enough, “to clean” in Hebrew. It’s a new addition to Milwaukee’s Jewish Home and Care Center, and though it’s only 3 1/2 feet tall, its disinfecting skills have played a big… Read More