As UWM battles Horizon-league rival Wright State at Miller Park May 12, a customized Harley-Davidson motorcycle will be awarded to a raffle winner. Proceeds from the raffle will benefit the scholarship funds of UWM Athletics and the Peck School.
Communication Sciences and Disorders students don’t often get to work with performers as part of their education. And voice students don’t often get scientifically evaluated. But recently at UWM, that match proved mutually beneficial.
A project led by graduate students in UWM’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning is bringing together residents and other stakeholders along the Kinnickinnic River to improve the area while a longer term project revitalizes the river corridor.
Just like architecture students, kids from the UWM Children’s Center built conceptual models of chairs. And just like the students, the children had their work critiqued – by the architecture students.
Former UWM student and Team USA speedskater Mitchell Whitmore posted the fastest American time but finished 15th in the Winter Olympics men’s 500-meter speedskating medal race on Feb. 19.
Kitonga Alexander touched the lives of Milwaukee students as a teacher, but he wanted to do more. So he formed a group that works with the Alma Center to reduce violence in the community. His work garnered him a “Positively Milwaukee” award.
Former UWM student Mitch Whitmore is competing in his third Winter Olympics, speedskating in both the 500 and 1,000 meter events.
UWM’s Sociocultural Programming received a team diversity award from the UW System Board of Regents at the 10th annual Regents’ Diversity Awards on Feb. 9 in Madison. The awards recognize individuals and programs at UW System schools that promote access and success for students from historically underrepresented populations. Selection criteria included evidence of: sustainable positive […]
Students and community members alike were on hand for the second annual “Hot Stove” collaboration between UWM and the Milwaukee Brewers.
Barbara Meyer has worked with athletes at many levels, but there’s a special thrill to the Olympics. She’s in South Korea this month to work with athletes in her fifth Winter Olympics.