For Claire Davis, the smaller campus of what’s now UWM at Waukesha eased her return to college. It set her on a path to becoming a published author and teacher of creative writing.
Allison Kotowicz is the only graduate student from UWM to receive this prestigious award in recent years. She’s studying the Maasai people of Tanzania and how they are preserving their identity in the 21st century.
Operating without traditional family structure, former foster children often have a difficult time navigating the challenges of college. UWM’s recently established Fostering Success program aims to help.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Food Center and Pantry will receive an award for its efforts to address food insecurity on campus. The UW System Board of Regents is scheduled to present the Regents’ Diversity Award in the team category at its February 8 meeting in Madison. The purpose of the award is to recognize programs […]
The UWM Food Center and Pantry will receive the Regents Diversity Award for its efforts to address food insecurity on campus.
M³, an educational collaboration of UWM, Milwaukee Public Schools and Milwaukee Area Technical College, celebrated its second anniversary with an event highlighting the impact the initiative has had so far.
Midway through high school, Frank Lewis had a GPA of 1.8. But then he got himself on the right track, and a few years later, he’s now pursuing a graduate degree in social work at UWM and has written his first book.
UWM is now nationally recognized for its undergraduate research. More than 1,000 undergrads are involved in research each year. Here’s a look at seven students honored with Senior Excellence in Research Awards.
UWM’s Nonprof-IT program provides benefits for everyone involved: Information technology students get real-world experience and local nonprofit groups get free help with their websites and technology.
UWM’s Paru Shah discusses minority turnout in the election