Honors Professor David Southward’s poem on the life of George Floyd was published in today’s New Verse News. See the poem here.
Congratulations to the following Honors students who received Outstanding Presentation Awards at the 2020 UWM Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium: Meghan Berger Bella Biwer Hope Glassel Gabriel Heller de Messer Nathan Kohls Aleia Olson Mary Widener We give our virtual applause to… Read More
good company is a magazine shining a spotlight on creativity and artwork from Honors students, no matter what their major is. Featured this issue are architectural designs, poems, drawings, paintings, and more from several talented students. This magazine was designed, edited… Read More
Dr. David Southward was recognized by Brian Mill Press for National Poetry Month. Check it out here!
Members of the Honors College joined WUWM radio to discuss the Honors College. Connect with the article and interview here.
Prof. Hilary Snow’s article “Visualizing the Genpei War in nineteenth-century Kaga” was just published in the Japan Forum journal. In it, she analyzes a nearly 50-foot long painting at a shrine near Kanazawa in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan as an example of… Read More
Prof. Hilary Snow recently earned UWM’s Certificate in Accessibility for Instructors. The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at UWM says, “The Certificate in Accessibility for UWM Instructors recognizes UWM instructors who have demonstrated understanding of Universal Design strategies… Read More
Fall 2019 graduate, Cory Thompson, was published in the Ethology journal. Cory is a graduate of the College of Nursing and completed SURF research through Biological Sciences. Web Architecture of Black Widow Spiders
Congratulations to Honors student, Gaby Schwartz on being named Horizon League Player Of The Week for Women’s Soccer. Gaby is a Redshirt Junior studying Finance and Marketing. To view the full article, click here.
Honors College alumnus Tom Mitchell was recently honored by Mayor Tom Barrett for his continuous good work and outstanding contributions to his community. Tom ’15 was an English major at UWM and now works as a Gilman Scholarship Alumni Ambassador…. Read More