The UWM community celebrated the Class of 2021 with professional photo-ops at iconic campus locations, giveaways, a collective art project and more. Thanks for the memories, Panthers!
The Roberto Hernández Center at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee honored UWM’s growing population of Latinx students with a virtual Latinx graduation celebration and the PALM (Promoting Academics in Latino Milwaukee) fundraiser in May 2021. The No. 1 challenge Latinx students face is access to sufficient funding to complete their degrees. PALM is an ongoing scholarship […]
Six Zilber School of Public Health students discuss what public health means to them, why they chose to pursue a career in public health and what attracted them to UWM.
UWM faculty share advice for new students. Takeaways include building relationships, asking for help and writing your own stories.
UWM students discuss why they’re Panther Proud to wear a mask on campus. To help Panthers protect Panthers, UWM-branded face masks will be provided to all students, faculty and staff at the beginning of the fall semester. Details on distribution will be shared when they are available. In the meantime, students should bring their own […]
UWM is excited to kick off the Fall 2020 semester, and thousands of employees are hard at work preparing campus for students to return. After months of careful and meticulous planning, which continues and will continue to evolve, here’s a sneak peak at what you can expect.
Georg Essl, a UWM mathematical sciences research professor, is a classically trained musician. But his passion is working in sound synthesis, which blends music, computer science, math and engineering to produce sounds that are heard in anything from interactive music compositions to video games to movies.
UWM Zilber School of Public Health MPH alumna Tiffinie Cobb says that one of the main reasons she decided to pursue a career in public health was to have a positive impact on her own family, neighbors and community. Her education at UWM provided her with the concrete skills she needed to do that.
Milwaukee Public Schools, Milwaukee Area Technical College and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee are working together to create a true public education network called M3 (pronounced M-cubed). The initiative reached a major milestone with the graduation of the first M3 Early College pilot program class. The 32 MPS students who comprised the class earned 10 college […]