Midway through his college career, Devon Smith faced a huge challenge. With the help of Life Impact advisors, he met that challenge and has gone on to a post-college life as a filmmaker, artist and mentor to youths.
A salad created by high school students mentored by UWM students as part of the Learn-Earn-Grow MKE program will be part of the fall 2019 RESTOR menu.
James H. Hunter III, Bostrom Entrepreneur-In-Residence and adjunct assistant professor at UWM, is a finalist for the Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Midwest.
Jacob Moss is showcasing an entrepreneurial spirit in the Nicoise salad that will be served at the opening of the Lubar Entreprenuership Center on May 8.
This year at PrideFest, every visitor will be asked if they would like to donate $1 (or more) to the UWM LGBTQ Resource Center in online sales and at the festival box office. It’s part of PrideFest’s Plus One program.
Anita Alkhas swears that the students who enter the UWM International Dessert Competition organized by the language programs become more creative every year.
Rather than spend their break partying, 20 students from UWM’s Honors College spent a week in New Orleans doing work to help the community.
Tobacco use has been declining for years, but rates remain high among many pockets of the population. Those populations, says prominent researcher Daniel Giovenco, are targeted by tobacco marketers.
Staging an opera isn’t easy, but it’s worth the effort for the valuable lessons it teaches UWM music and theater students, say those involved. This year’s production is Mozart’s “La Clemenza di Tito.”
An exhibit at UWM’s Golda Meir Library explores one way to talk about race and ethnicity — by talking about something that connects us all: tending the soil and growing the food that nourishes us all.