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 […]
How stories about gun violence affect daily life and an examination of Native American experiences through poetry are among the featured discussion topics at the 13th annual Southeastern Wisconsin Festival of Books.
UWM is celebrating homecoming with a range of sporting events that covers just about every interest, from NCAA basketball to the tailgating staple of cornhole.
Members of the public are invited to dust off those old film reels or VHS tapes and bring them to campus Oct. 15 to watch in a theater. UWM volunteers will be on hand to show how to make basic repairs too.
UWM celebrated the inaugural class of Anu and Satya Nadella Scholars at a welcome event recently at the Lubar Entrepreneurship Center. Nine recent graduates from Milwaukee high schools were awarded full-ride scholarships to study computer science, data science and information technology funded through a gift from UWM alumnus and Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella and […]
A community garden in Milwaukee boasts two new wood structures, courtesy of the NAF Future Ready Scholars program, led by UWM faculty members and staff.
The window for students to start filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2023-24 school year opened Oct. 1.
UWM students should benefit from more access to advisors, more flexibility in course selection and a wider range of learning and research opportunities as a result of a realignment of some schools and colleges at the university.