More than two dozen UWM faculty and staff members were recognized for their outstanding service to UWM during the annual Fall Awards presentation on Oct. 13.
The Board of Regents is honoring Brenda Cullin, academic department associate/office manager in the UWM Department of Economics, with a University Staff Excellence award. Cullin is one of two individual UW System employees and one program chosen for the inaugural awards.
Pounce the Panther will make his literary debut at this year’s Panther Prowl on Saturday, Oct. 9.
Since 1971, thousands of children have gotten an educational foundation as well as care through the Children’s Learning Center, which serves children from six weeks old to 12 years.
A one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work when it comes to supporting first-generation college students, according to Robert and Hope Longwell-Grice. They’re published a book that explains why.
Sarah Parker is studying what’s happening inside large blood vessels to find better ways to diagnose and treat threatening conditions like atherosclerosis and aneurysms.
Michael Fenlon, chief people officer at PwC and a UWM alum, joined UWM Chancellor Mark Mone recently for a virtual discussion about how universities and businesses can collaborate on innovative solutions to prepare the workforce for the future.
UWM alumni improve the world in ways big and small, ranging from sports to business to entertainment and beyond. Here are a few.
The first of more than 3,100 students who will be living in UWM residence halls this year started moving in on Saturday. That’s a substantial increase over last year.
UWM is getting a new look. Construction is starting this fall and early next year on a number of long-anticipated projects that will refresh and upgrade the university’s main campus.