Senior Wesley Cruz has been awarded an Undergraduate Research Travel Award to present a poster, “The effects of methylene blue on trace fear memory and brain proteolytic activity in young and aged rats,” at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting… Read More
We are pleased to announce the Fall 2017 Awards!
Seven UWM undergraduates who are part of the National Organization for Minority Architect Students competed in the NOMAS Student Design Competition in Houston this month. Teonna Cooksey, Elena Farin, Quincy Drane, Roxanne Garcia, Denise Zahran, Eli Liebenow, and Thavixay Senthavy… Read More
Senior education major Melissa Pettis was awarded an Undergraduate Research Travel grant for her panel presentation at the annual meeting of the Association of African American Life & History on “African American Educational Activism in Milwaukee, 1965-1971.” Melissa is advised… Read More
Senior Biological Sciences major John Schneider received an Undergraduate Research Travel award to present a poster, “The Role of Secreted Proteases in Virulence of the Fish Pathogen Flavobacterium columnare,” at the American Society for Microbiology North Central conference. John is… Read More
Six UWM students will present research findings at the NIMBioS 9th Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics in Knoxville, TN this November. Kyle Goryl will present “Modeling RNA Secondary Structures Using Matchings;” Jacob Biehoff and Adam… Read More
Junior Alana Schneider received an Undergraduate Research Travel award to present “Heroically Protecting Our Legacy and Our Relevance: Using Superheroes to Teach Inductive and Deductive Reasoning” at the National Communication Association Convention in Dallas in November. Alana is advised by… Read More
Senior Biomedical Engineering student Jennifer Kovac received an Undergraduate Research Travel award to present “EMG-Based Control of a Wearable Robot for Elbow and Forearm Movement Assistance” at the Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting in Phoenix this month. Jennifer is advised… Read More
For easier compliance with Federal regulations, UWM is now using CITI to meet the basic Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training required by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. CITI provides online modules for training in… Read More
Economics Professor Avik Chakrabarti’s work with undergraduates on outsourcing is featured on the “So What Science: Science You Can Use” blog.