Destiny Thomas, an urban planner and social justice advocate recognized as a national thought leader in designing just cities, will deliver the 2021 Charles Causier Memorial Lecture at UWM’s School of Architecture & Urban Planning.
The Moon Shot for Equity, a southeastern Wisconsin initiative involving UWM aimed at eliminating equity gaps in college completion rates, is featured as the cover story in the latest issue of University Business magazine.
It’s not often that a virtual event is “sold out,” but that’s what happened to a UWM Distinguished Lecture Series event with former White House photographer Pete Souza.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Milwaukee Area Technical College are partnering in the Equity Transfer Initiative, a new effort to increase transfer rates for Black, Hispanic, adult and first-generation learners.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has been raised to silver status by Military Friendly, an advocacy group that rates organizations based on the opportunities they provide the military community.
President Joe Biden selected Milwaukee as the destination of his first official trip since taking office on Jan. 20. Biden will participate in a socially distanced, invitation-only town hall at the Pabst Theater on Tuesday, Feb. 16, to be televised on CNN.
Every little bit helps. That’s especially true when paying for college, and it’s one of the reasons the School of Education has introduced microscholarships for first-year students. The other reason is to encourage the students to stay on top of tools and programs that can help them succeed is their critical first year, said Robert […]
Engineers and other scientists from academia, industry and government are invited to network and learn about emerging technology at the fifth annual Milwaukee Engineering Research Conference on four Fridays in February – Feb. 5, 12, 19 and 26.
Margaret Noodin, professor of English and American Indian Studies at UWM, will be one of the presenters in a series of four online discussions that explore the cultural and philosophical roots of American democracy.
UWM’s online bachelor’s program is ranked No. 37 among more than 350 universities nationwide by U.S. News & World Report, a jump from last year’s ranking at 48.