Administrators and educators in the Peck School of the Arts secured major grants this semester to pilot a new approach to community programming and art-making in the Kenilworth Square East INOVA Gallery, located at 2155 N. Prospect Ave.
A native of Florida, Clark Evans has had to adjust to Wisconsin weather. As he does, he’s helping oversee UWM’s atmospheric sciences program, which is adjusting its offerings to better fit what employers want.
UWM senior Jared Smith’s ideas to combine personal finance with community-based services have earned him $1,000 and a finalist spot in the FOCUSS national competition taking place at the end of April in Madison, Wisconsin.
If you’re surprised by the recent blast of wintry weather in Wisconsin, you’re not alone. Even weather-industry professionals like UWM’s Clark Evans, associate professor of atmospheric sciences, were surprised by the torrent of hail and snow over the weekend.
The UWM Spiral Garden and Power Plant Cistern Project has been honored by the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Wisconsin Chapter with the group’s 2018 award for landscape projects costing $500,000 or less.
Marcus Britton studies what he calls “place-based inequality” — the notion that the neighborhood you grow up in casts an imprint on your life that can have an effect long after you move out of that neighborhood.
The behemoth on the other side of the globe has long loomed large over American foreign policy. On the eve of the Russian presidential election, UWM scholar John Reuter talks about that country’s politics and policies.
Students interested in making a positive change in underserved communities, while possibly making some change for themselves (prize amounts range from $1,000 to $100), have until Friday, March 16, to craft an original proposal for a credit union that serves a community of multigenerational, multicultural, multiracial consumers. Their ideas will be evaluated and then presented […]
A fire in UWM’s Mainstage Theatre caused millions in damage and disrupted productions for almost a year. But it also provided the opportunity to improve the theater in myriad ways, from lighting and acoustics to accessibility and comfort, and it taught students lessons in resilience and adaptability.