MILWAUKEE _ Dr. Joan Prince, the vice chancellor of Global Inclusion and Engagement at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a nationally renowned advocate for equity, is retiring after more than two decades of distinguished service at her alma mater. Her retirement is effective Monday, March 1. Appointed vice chancellor in 2000, Prince has been a […]
MILWAUKEE _ Students applying to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for Fall 2021 can now do so through Common App, a college application platform that is used by more than 3 million college applicants, teachers, counselors and advisors globally each year. In addition to Common App, UW-Milwaukee will continue to accept the UW System application. Almost […]
MILWAUKEE _ University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee chancellor Mark A. Mone sent the following message to faculty, staff and students today. It is being shared with media as many reporters have asked about UWM’s position on the issue. Dear Faculty, Staff and Students, I am writing to express my support for our international students and share my […]
The following statement has been issued on behalf of the university: The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has been working with local, state and other officials to closely monitor the outbreak of coronavirus. Today, the university asked two students studying abroad in South Korea to return to the United States. The students are not in the area […]
Prospective students will save the $50 application fee if they apply to UWM between Dec. 14 and 22. The university will waive the fee during its first free application week.
American Family Insurance has given $1 million in support of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Lubar Entrepreneurship Center, which provides entrepreneurial training to students in a wide range of disciplines. The donation was announced Wednesday during the grand opening of a 24,000-square-foot building that houses both the Lubar Entrepreneurship Center and a new UWM Welcome Center. […]
UW System President Ray Cross and business leaders toured the UWM Chemistry building Thursday to highlight the need to replace it and other aging academic buildings statewide.