When student Alexis Treadway discovered the university didn’t have a radio station, she did something about it. Now, it’s a source of fostering community and provides a means of learning valuable skills.
When law enforcement wants to know whether illegal drugs are involved in a potential crime, they turn to analysts like Lexie Lanphere.
A double major in art history and psychology, Maggie Kennedy has been digging into the ways that art has reflected the workings of the brain.
The grandson of a Corvette engineer, UWM JAMS alum Jack Fitzgerald landed his dream job: Working for Car and Driver magazine.
Emerald Mills saw a need to help heal the divisions in our society by fostering connections between people who might not otherwise get to know each other.
Geraud Blanks made up in a big way for what he calls his lost decade. He returned to UWM, got his degree and launched a career that has landed him at Milwaukee Film as its chief innovation officer.
Now assigned to Sierra Leone, Monique Newiak has worked to bolster the economies – and improving lives – in countries throughout Africa.
Melinda Brennan took the helm of the state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union in January 2022 with a mission to safeguard civil rights for all.
Stacey Nye, an experienced podcaster and true crime junkie, dissects each episode of Hulu’s thriller along with forensics experts, psychologists and actors on the show.
Samantha Danen started homebrewing while studying art history at UWM. It led to her pursuing a career that led her to becoming Milwaukee’s first female craft brewer.