Noah Wolfe, a senior in education who is in an accelerated master’s degree program, is already thinking about how he can help and support his future students in urban schools.
Chancellor Mark Mone used his plenary address to talk about how UWM is going to navigate the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and its related budget issues, while also finding ways to better address racial equity.
UW-Milwaukee has again been selected as an early voting site for the August primary and the November 2020 general election.
Spring 2020 graduate Giorgio Sarro (Atmospheric Sciences) was awarded the American Meteorological Society’s Father James B. Macelwane Annual Award in Meteorology.
The co-authors of a book on raising Black children on the autism spectrum are holding a free webinar Thursday, Aug. 13, from 10 a.m. to noon.
MILWAUKEE_The Institute for Urban Education will offer a free virtual speaker series Aug. 3-7 as part of its 2020 Professional Development Academy. The Institute is a UW System initiative, housed at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, that helps prepare teachers to work in urban schools. The theme of this year’s speaker series is “Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: […]
The Institute for Urban Education will offer a free virtual speaker series Aug. 3-7 to help prepare teachers for the fall semester.
A new book by UWM historian Rachel Ida Buff is an exploration of the historical and political context of the words that have become a familiar part of immigration discussions, everything from “asylum” to “sanctuary” to “xenophobia” to “zero tolerance.”
Like all companies, Northwestern Mutual faces a challenge in recruiting diverse talent. In Milwaukee, that can be even more difficult. For Adam Gabornitz, it’s a challenge to face head-on.
UWM grad Tina Jones has been with Girls on the Run since 2012, helping the organization expand from 200 girls to more than 2,000 in southeastern Wisconsin. She is now executive director.