For Wisconsin state Sen. Alberta Darling, the future of research in Wisconsin is not tied to one place. “I see a triangle of Milwaukee, Eau Claire and Madison,” said Darling, “We could have I-94 as the research innovation highway.”
Eager college students and intrigued working adults filled the Wisconsin Room at the UWM Student Union Oct. 3 to see author Hank Green share the story behind his newly published book, “An Absolutely Remarkable Thing.” Minnesota native rapper and writer Dessa joined Green on stage.
Emily Lou LaMartina and Erik Carlson are the two recipients of the 2018 Evinrude Water Research Excellence Fellowships.
As dean of UWM’s College of Engineering & Applied Science, Brett Peters sometimes has to put on a suit and tie, sit on the hot seat and face questions hurled at him. On Thursday, he put on a suit and a tie and sat on a different seat — that of a dunk tank — […]
Learn-Earn-Grow MKE teaches MPS students how to farm, but its other lessons are just as valuable. The program, which also includes UWM and MATC, teaches about work and finances, college life and leadership, providing tools for the students’ success.
YouTuber Hank Green is coming to the Wisconsin Room at the UWM Student Union on Oct. 1 to promote his new book, “An Absolutely Remarkable Thing.” Green and special guest Dessa will answer audience questions, talk about their books and play live music.
Dozens of 16-millimeter films, some of them classic and rare, have been languishing in canisters and file folders for years. But some film studies students are bringing the Patricia Mellencamp collection back to life, and back to the film screen.
The UWM African American Faculty and Staff Council is taking donations of school supplies through Sept. 21 for LaFollette School on N. 9th street. The MPS school is about two miles west of UWM.
The 2018 Academic Rankings of World Universities doesn’t give UWM a specific rank but places it as one of the 401-500 best.
The Multicultural Network at UWM is hosting the second annual Multicultural Open House for students to explore the resources available at the Multicultural Student Centers on the first floor of Bolton Hall. The open house will take place on Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.