MILWAUKEE_ Former House Speaker Paul Ryan will share insights on leadership in Congress and the fiscal and economic challenges facing the country during a visit Feb. 23 to UW-Milwaukee as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series. The conversation moderated by political columnist and commentator Charlie Sykes will begin at 7 p.m. in the ballroom at the UWM […]
Increasing pay and creating avenues for more affordable education could entice more young people to enter a health care profession or help retain workers in an industry that is especially struggling to fill jobs.
Dr. Joan Prince, a former vice chancellor of global inclusion and engagement at UWM whose distinguished career also includes service at the United Nations, has been appointed to the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents.
UWM has partnered with Helios Consulting to launch a new effort aimed at helping students and recent grads learn skills and gain a foothold in the fast-growing human resources tech industry.
MILWAUKEE_ The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is launching a new effort to help both current students and alumni access career opportunities in the fast-growing human resources tech industry. The Rise apprenticeship program was designed in partnership with Helios Consulting. Helios is an advisory partner of Workday, the HR tech platform of choice for nearly 10,000 companies worldwide, including half of […]
Wilkistar Otieno, Luke Olson and Belle Rose Ragins were all recognized recently by statewide organizations for their work.
Organizers hoped the search for solutions also created opportunities for collaboration to advance research and address workforce needs.
MILWAUKEE_The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will host three events on Nov. 17 focused on the city of Milwaukee, highlighted by the annual State of Milwaukee Summit. This year’s Milwaukee Summit is “COVID-19 and Racial Equity: What Have We Learned and Where Do We Go from Here?” It begins at 7 p.m. in the Golda Meir Library fourth […]
MILWAUKEE _ Energy infrastructure problems in the face of climate change pose challenges both in the United States and abroad. The search for solutions also opens up opportunities for collaboration between higher education institutions, government entities and private companies to advance research and address workforce needs. UWM, in partnership with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office […]