Getting older isn’t just about moving into a retirement community and “over-the-hill” balloons for birthday parties. It’s also not just about finding the latest elixirs or exercise routines to stay fit or maintain a youthful complexion.
UWM students are using data science to help shed light on what might be driving voters in the 2020 presidential election campaign.
The Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute is connecting students to the political landscape in a nontraditional way – through a funded research project that uses data science to shed light on what might be driving voter behavior during the 2020 presidential election campaign. The Elecurator project, which began in January 2020, uses a variety of […]
The Democratic National Convention is making history this year all right — just not the kind that anyone in southeastern Wisconsin had hoped it would be for the first major political party convention to be held in Milwaukee.
A new digital collection from UWM Libraries offers insight into the history of socialist politics in Milwaukee and the life of former Mayor Emil Seidel, the first socialist to govern a major American city.
Drive down Lincoln Memorial Drive on the Lake Michigan shoreline to view a lasting legacy of socialism in Milwaukee.
A downsized Democratic National Convention still provides an opportunity to examine issues in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, many of which resonate nationally. UW-Milwaukee faculty experts can help reporters covering the DNC tell stories about the 2020 campaign and a range of other topics affecting the city, region and state. They include: The DNC was supposed to […]
The newsletter produced by UWM Honors College students has won recognition from the National Collegiate Honors Council after producing an issue during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UWM professor Elana Levine takes a close look at daytime soap operas in her new book, and she found that the influential genre reveals quite a lot about American women and social identities.
MILWAUKEE _ J. Val Klump, dean of UWM’s School of Freshwater Sciences, has been named to serve on the Great Lakes Advisory Board, an advisory committee to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The board, which was reestablished by EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler in December 2018, provides advice and recommendations on issues related to the Great […]