Dr. Gladys Mitchell-Walthour Attends Congressional Briefings in Washington, D.C.

Associate Professor, Dr. Gladys Mitchell-Walthour, was invited by CODEPINK: Women for Peace to attend and participate at Congressional Briefings on Capitol Hill March 11, 2019.

TIS Student Wanis Shalaby Featured in CBS Sports Video

Congratulations to UWM Translation and Interpreting Studies student, Wanis Shalaby, Principal at Salam School in Milwaukee! His students at Salam School have been highlighted in a video by CBS Sports.

Fulbright Scholar Heads Back to Africa

When Allison Kotowicz arrived in Tanzania for an undergraduate study abroad, she felt like she had found her home. Today, Kotowicz is an anthropology PhD student and she’ll be returning to her adopted home in August as a Fulbright-Hays doctoral dissertation research abroad fellow to continue her research into Tanzania’s conservation, tourism, and development.

Marnie Lawler McDonough Examines Demagogic Rhetoric

Before arriving at UWM, Marnie Lawler McDonough enjoyed a career as a corporate communications and marketing executive in New York. That led to her research interest as a communication doctoral candidate – the rhetoric of organizational leadership, especially speech that’s manipulative, deceptive or violates norms.