Much of Noah Wolfe’s family is connected to UWM, so it seemed natural for him to attend. But a chance to do research as an undergrad made the choice easy.
UWM celebrated its status as an “R1” university, a designation given to the country’s top research institutions, on Friday at an event highlighting one aspect of the university’s research prowess, the UWM Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Celeste Campos-Castillo’s research explores why most people aren’t taking advantage of the secure websites that allow patients to communicate with their doctors and find information.
With support from the National Institute on Aging, Melinda Kavanaugh and several community partners are launching a two-year project that will help Latino and African American families better avert “crisis points” of dementia care.
Ryan Shorey studies how alcohol affects intimate partner violence. The relationship might seem obvious, but the reality is surprisingly complex.
UWM geosciences students are piecing together data from rocks and sediment to figure out clues left behind by glaciers. The knowledge can help us understand climate change in the present.
Allison Kotowicz is the only graduate student from UWM to receive this prestigious award in recent years. She’s studying the Maasai people of Tanzania and how they are preserving their identity in the 21st century.
A collection of UWM faculty and students is using their own Twitch channel to explore the academic side of video and board games.
Cities across the nation passed “living wage” laws aimed at raising the minimum wage for the working poor. But it’s unknown if those laws have improved the health of affected workers and their families.
America is becoming increasingly diverse, but the boards of directors of large companies aren’t keeping up, UWM researcher Maria Goranova found.