The Wisconsin Partnership Program has awarded David Pate a $1 million grant in support of his work with the Milwaukee Re-entry Alliance to address the widespread negative health effects of incarceration.
UWM names two new distinguished professors: Richard Grusin of English and Richard Stockbridge of mathematics.
One UWM professor and two alumni received 2018-19 Nohl Fellowships in the “established” or “emerging” artists category, and four other UWM-affiliated artists were finalists.
As he nears the end of this first semester at UWM, new College of Letters & Science Dean Scott Gronert talks about what he’s learned so far and about what the future might hold.
Melinda Kavanaugh, associate professor of social work, has published three books aimed at helping children who are caring for parents with ALS, sometimes called Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Professor Neal Pease is keynote speaker at Poland centennial conference
MILWAUKEE _ There’s lots of ground to cover in the the 2018 midterm elections, from flipping seats and voter suppression to a high stakes, nationally relevant race for Wisconsin governor. Experts at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee are available to discuss various dimensions of the 2018 midterm elections and post-election analysis. The Media Services team at […]
Psychologist Karyn Frick is at the forefront of the quest to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
For the university’s second year as “super host” of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s “On the Table” communitywide conversation, no topic was off the table.
Some 170 people gathered at UWM to discuss some of the biggest issues facing Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin: systemic racism, funding models for public amenities like mass transit and museums, the opioid epidemic, childhood poverty and trauma. What brought them together was the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s “On the Table” communitywide conversation, which attracted perhaps 10,000 people throughout […]