Plenty of cities have an encyclopedia-style history online, but few have a resource like Milwaukee now does. Curated by UWM’s History Department, the Encyclopedia of Milwaukee tells the city’s story through an expanding catalog of narrative histories written and edited by experts.
UWM’s audiology group will offer an emergency drive-through service for hearing aid repairs on Monday, April 13. Patients who need hearing aid repairs or adjustments can make an appointment to receive drive-up service throughout the day.
Every Thursday for the last 11 years, John Lynch, former associate dean and associate professor in the College of Health Sciences, can be found volunteering at Friedens Food Pantries. This year, his efforts were recognized with the Hope House Peace Builder Award.
The secrets of success for an entrepreneur really aren’t all that secret, according to four UWM alums and entrepreneurs who spoke at the 2020 Milwaukee Engineering Research Conference.
UWM is hosting a conversation on eating disorder awareness with DJ Shawna at the Dare to Be event on Feb. 25.
The Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee is looking for 15,000 community volunteers to represent the city during this historic event in July.
An exhibit featuring Graduate School dean and physics professor Marija Gajdardziska-Josifovska will be on display through the end of the year.
Forgiveness in the face of violence and hate will be the focus of a talk at UWM that features a former white supremicist and the son of a man killed in a mass shooting in 2012 at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek.
The Oct. 31 deadline to enroll in the new, more secure method of signing into university software applications is quickly approaching.
Dozens of people gathered at UWM on Thursday to talk about some of the most vexing issues facing Milwaukee, and to try to figure out some solutions.