Organizers hoped the search for solutions also created opportunities for collaboration to advance research and address workforce needs.
How stories about gun violence affect daily life and an examination of Native American experiences through poetry are among the featured discussion topics at the 13th annual Southeastern Wisconsin Festival of Books.
The 2022-2023 Best Global Universities Rankings also include UW-Madison, the Medical College of Wisconsin and Marquette University.
Whether you’re a first-time voter or a longtime concerned citizen, UWM has information to help you get registered and vote.
UWM is celebrating homecoming with a range of sporting events that covers just about every interest, from NCAA basketball to the tailgating staple of cornhole.
An interdisciplinary team of UWM faculty is leading a paid summer school in 2023 to train students in how to integrate machine learning, computational methods, high-performance computing and cyberinfrastructure into research problems.
The Froedtert Memorial Hospital Scholarship fund is intended to support educational opportunities that will increase the representation of historically underprivileged and underrepresented racial and ethnic groups in health professions and to grow the health care workforce.
Sky Hopinka, a filmmaker, video artist, and photographer, received a Master of Fine Arts from UWM in 2016.
Members of the public are invited to dust off those old film reels or VHS tapes and bring them to campus Oct. 15 to watch in a theater. UWM volunteers will be on hand to show how to make basic repairs too.
James Cook, UWM distinguished professor, has been awarded the Hector F. DeLuca Scientific Achievement Award from BioForward Wisconsin. The award recognizes Cook’s scientific leadership and contributions to the state’s biohealth industry.