“Ethical hacking” –breaking into a computer network for find its vulnerabilities – is an in-demand skill in the growing field of cybersecurity. UWM is trying to help fill the demand by offering a new graduate certificate in cybercrime forensics.
MILWAUKEE _ The pandemic-delayed Summer Olympics begin this week in Tokyo. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee faculty members can assist media covering topics related to the Games. For instance, sports psychologist Barbara Meyer, a professor of health sciences, can talk about how the one-year delay might affect the athletes and the overall Olympic experience. Like Meyer, Monna Arvinen-Barrow […]
Mo Zell, a professor and chair of the architecture department at UWM’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning, has been named to the Milwaukee Business Journal’s 2021 Women of Influence list.
Traditional textbooks sometimes costing hundreds of dollars represent a barrier to education for some students. An effort to combat that has saved UWM students $2.3 million over five years.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett joined leaders of the M3 education initiative to encourage high school seniors to fill out a critical financial aid form needed to unlock access to potential scholarships, grants and other types of assistance to help pay for college.
Encouraging students to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the focus of the April 14 edition of a virtual event series from M3, the Milwaukee education initiative involving UWM.
Filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is important to unlocking access to higher education for students. But nationwide, 100,000 fewer high school seniors completed the FAFSA this past fall compared to 2019, according to the National College Attainment Network. The M3 initiative is committed to addressing the decline and getting more students to fill […]
Work has started across UWM on implementing a comprehensive set of recommendations that campus leaders hope will shape the future of the university and help to weather a period of uncertainty in higher education overall.
UWM and three other southeastern Wisconsin colleges and universities are looking at ways to help students pay for unforeseen or emergency expenses that might prevent them from finishing school.