The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) along with the ASHA Board of Ethics, recently selected graduate student Erika Baldwin, from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, as the first-place winner of the 2019 Student Ethics Essay Award (SEEA) contest. Her… Read More
For the first time, two nutritional sciences majors are interning with the prison system. Rachel Hahn is interning at Milwaukee County House of Corrections in Franklin, Wis. and Laura Danner has an internship with Wisconsin Books to Prisoners. The students… Read More
A large contingent of students from the medical laboratory science, public health microbiology and biomedical science programs, along with several BMS academic staff, attended the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science-Wisconsin (ASCLS-WI) convention, held in Appleton last month. UWM students… Read More
The UWM Graduate School announced the recipients of two highly competitive and prestigious fellowships for 2019-2020. Kenneth Ildefonso (PhD Kinesiology) received a Distinguished Graduate Student Fellowship and Jeffrey Peterson (PhD Kinesiology) received a Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship. Congratulations to both.
The Milwaukee chapter of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) held its 2019 Larry Hause Poster Competition in April, and a PhD candidate from the college, Anahita Qashqai, received a first place at the graduate level. Her poster titled,… Read More
Children with hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome are suffering because conventional therapy and treatments are not effective. Associate Professor Brooke Slavens, PhD, Department of Occupational Science and Technology and Biomedical Engineering, and her team of faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students… Read More
Health sciences doctoral candidate Miguel Tolentino is investigating how sustained exposure to visible and infrared light lessens the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
Shining a new light on MS treatment
The 11th Annual UWM Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 5 celebrated the research of over 300 students from across the UWM campus. Among them were 33 students from the College of Health Sciences who presented their research. Honored to deliver… Read More
The 2019 edition of the UWM Research magazine has launched, celebrating the stories and work of nearly 100 UWM faculty members, students and staff… including several of the College of Health Sciences’ own. Shining a new light on MS treatment… Read More
Senior communication sciences and disorders student Rebecca Willer was interviewed on WUWM 89.7 Milwaukee’s NPR’s UWM Today program. Discussed was UWM’s recent award for the accomplishments of undergraduates engaged in research. Willer talked about her research on the impact of… Read More