UWM Battery Startup Awarded A Second Federal Commercialization Grant
UWM physicists Marija Gajdardziska-Josifovska (left) and Carol Hischmugl are using their STTR Phase II grant to bring better lithium-ion batteries to the market through their startup, SafeLi LLC. (UWM Photo Services) By Laura Otto University Relations & Communication UWM physicists... Read More
2019 Research magazine features graduate research
The online and print magazine showcasing the efforts of nearly 100 UWM faculty members, students and staff highlights a wide range of graduate student research. Projects include exploring the use of infrared light to treat MS symptoms, humanizing facial recognition,... Read More
Jason Puskar appointed Graduate School associate dean
In January the Graduate School welcomed Jason Puskar, UWM associate professor of English, as its new associate dean. He succeeds Tracey Heatherington, UWM associate professor of Anthropology, whose tenure in the position began in January 2015. Jason teaches nineteenth- and... Read More
UWM invites 2016 Nobel Prize awardee to discuss “Inspiring Students and Science Education”
On September 29th, the UWM Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry hosted Bernard Feringa, recipient of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and a distinguished professor of molecular sciences at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. In a guest lecture... Read More
Partnership establishes “Scriptorium” for UWM dissertators
Recognizing that dissertators face many challenges as they work toward completing their PhD degrees, the Graduate School and UWM Libraries have partnered to create a dedicated space on the east wing of the first floor of the Golda Meir Library.... Read More
Zilber School receives national accreditation
UWM’s Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health received national accreditation this week from the Council on Education for Public Health
UWM alum finds national literary success with novels
René Steinke, who earned her doctorate in English/creative writing from UWM in 1993, is gaining increasing recognition for her novels.
Fellowships allow Freshwater students to wade into policy
Students in the School of Freshwater Sciences get plenty of opportunities to plunge into the waters in their studies. Now two doctoral students are plunging into policymaking.