UWM is taking its show and school spirit on the road.
The WiscAMP STEM-Inspire program at UWM is featured in the 2021 STEM for ALL Video Showcase: COVID, Equity and Social Justice, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The video showcase started May 11 and runs through May 17.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is taking its show on the road. The Panther Tour Bus is scheduled to visit locations in Waukesha, Brookfield, Janesville, Fond du Lac, Sheboygan and Walworth County May 21 as part of a May-June tour through Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Students who have been admitted to the university can stop by […]
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is taking its show and school spirit on the road. The Panther Tour Bus is scheduled to visit four Milwaukee locations on May 20 as part of a tour through Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Students who have been admitted to the university can stop by to pick up some UWM swag […]
When he was younger, Michael Levandoski’s addiction landed him in jail. Now, he’s turned his life around and using his experiences to help others as he works toward a career in counseling.
As a boy, Darian Dixon was fascinated by the stars and planets, but could hardly imagine it as more than a dream. Now, he plays an important role in mankind’s exploration there.
Mikayla Walker is one of the student researchers studying fossils deposited along the Lake Michigan lakeshore from some 40,000 years ago, when the area was far different, made up of marshes and bogs.
MILWAUKEE – Architecture students from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee have joined forces with mechanical engineering students from UW-Madison to compete in the finals of the national Solar Decathlon April 16-18 in Golden, Colorado. The U.S. Department of Energy sponsors the annual decathlon competition for architectural designs that are energy efficient. The UWM-UW-Madison design was chosen as […]
Students at UWM and UW-Madison have designed an energy efficient home that’s adaptable enough to be built on almost any of the vacant lots in Milwaukee.
When he was a child, Vuk Latinovich enjoyed looking through an atlas, studying the flags and learning about the countries of the world. Playing soccer fueled his interest.