A paper published recently by UWM Professor John Berges includes the work of several undergraduate researchers, who are listed as co-authors. Many went on to their own careers in science.
The work of Daniel Agterberg and others could lead to improvements in the electrical grid and produce next-generation computers that can store far more information.
Have falsehoods on social media affected the spread of COVID-19? A group of UWM geographers has tested the question scientifically by painstakingly examining nationwide Twitter chatter.
On this episode of Curious Campus, UWM’s new podcast about science, discovery and culture, two folklore experts talk about the origins of some of our holiday traditions.
UWM has earned the highest rating for research for a third consecutive time. Just 137 of the 3,298 institutions considered placed in its “highest research activity” category, often called R1.
Stress can be a killer, but hobbies can be the cure. Researchers are exploring just how and why leisure reduces stress and enhances health.
On this episode of Curious Campus, we discuss with two experts how movies’ biggest season is playing out as theaters are trying to bounce back from the pandemic.
The Milwaukee Bears played only one season, but the story of the Negro League team is a good way to study and discuss America’s complex history involving race.
With governments seemingly unable to make progress on combating climate change, Melissa Scanlan argues that private businesses can lead the way.
Tyler Kunze never anticipated a career as a water scientist. Yet in May, he became the first student to earn a bachelor’s degree in water science from UW-Green Bay and is now a graduate student in UWM’s School of Freshwater Sciences.