Some peculiar-looking green-suited figures roamed campus this week. It’s part of an initiative to bring a new energy to the conversation about climate change.
School supply drives typically focus on the students of the school. The UWM Partners for Health decided do things a little differently.
Cadavers are a vital teaching tool in an anatomy class, allowing students to explore the mysteries of the human body. But it wouldn’t happen without people who donate their bodies and the families who allow it.
Mackenzie Stacey became inspired to have a hygiene drive at UWM’s College of Nursing after hearing on the news about the showers on wheels that Muhammad Mahdi is building for the homeless and impoverished.
UWM has been ranked among the top 2.6% of academic institutions worldwide by the Center for World University Rankings.
Hitting 4 the Cycle will take place at the Uecker Parking Lot at Miller Park on Saturday, Aug. 24, at 1:30 p.m. Participants can choose a 25 mile or 12 mile route.
For Alexandra Rodriguez, a doctoral student of kinesiology at UWM, volunteering at the Warrior Games was a chance to explore her research interests. But more than that, it was a chance to give back.
Furrow, the literary magazine created in an English class at UWM, has won the National Program Director’s Prize from the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.
One year after their effort to donate shoes and water filters to the impoverished country, Steven Duclair and his team are gaining traction on a bigger goal: building a sustainable community centered around a school.