Three new UWM research projects will divide $150,000 in Catalyst Grant seed funding from the UWM Research Foundation.
The value of UWM lies in its ability to address and solve many of Milwaukee’s most pervasive problems through its research, workforce development and partnerships, Chancellor Mark Mone said in his plenary address on Aug. 26.
Rafael Rodriguez, UWM professor of biological sciences, has been elected as a fellow of the Animal Behavior Society in recognition of his research contributions in animal cognition and sexual selection, contained in more than 90 publications.
The $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will help expand campus research capabilities and research-related educational opportunities.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded funding to UWM to operate an Industrial Assessment Center, which offers free evaluations to manufacturers and wastewater treatment plants to help them reduce waste, save energy and reduce carbon emissions.
MILWAUKEE _The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is offering incoming students who are Illinois residents an out-of-state tuition rate that is significantly discounted for the 2022-23 academic year. The change comes after Illinois dropped out of the Midwest Student Exchange Program last month. The Midwest Student Exchange Program is a a tuition reciprocity agreement that saved Illinois […]
Illinois residents entering UWM during the 2022-23 academic year will be charged a tuition rate that is 150% of the in-state resident rate, which is equivalent to the rate paid under the Midwest Student Exchange Program.
MILWAUKEE _ The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has been awarded funding from the National Science Foundation to upgrade the university’s aging supercomputing infrastructure. The $400,000 grant will expand campus research capabilities and research-related educational opportunities. Supercomputers are used in fields that require high-speed computation, such as weather forecasting, physical simulation, molecular modeling and astrophysics. However, UWM’s […]
The work of UWM researcher Madhusudan Dey could help find targets for new drugs to treat diseases caused by protein misfolding, such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
MILWAUKEE _ Because the virus that causes COVID-19 – SARS-CoV-2 – can be found in sewage, the concentration of the virus in wastewater gives public health officials the opportunity to monitor an entire community at once, independent of testing. But sewage surveillance during a pandemic is complex, requiring technical expertise and rapid interpretation of the […]