UWM’s Jewelry and Metalsmithing students are getting the opportunity to add some extra sparkle to their education this fall.
UWM’s ArtsEco program partnered with the Milwaukee Historical Society on an art exhibit
UWM’s Karyn Frick is involved in creating a compound that protects memory in a mouse model of menopause while minimizing the risks of traditional hormone replacement therapy.
Three researchers from UWM’s School of Public Health are looking into why the children of women who experience chronic poverty are more likely to develop disease.
UWM Professor Marc Levine is quoted about the high rates of unemployment among black men in Milwaukee.
UWM Chancellor Mark Mone discusses the value of academic-business collaborations as part of a podcast series
Three alumni of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Education were among those honored at the Celebrate Teachers and Teaching awards event, held Oct. 10 at Cardinal Stritch University.
Kristian Vaughn got tested as a liver donor for the child of a family friend. When the child received a liver from elsewhere, Vaughn made a decision that gave a little girl he didn’t know a chance to live.
UW Two-Year colleges are now part of four-year universities