UWM Chancellor Mark Mone sat down recently to talk about the state of higher education and how UWM plays a vital role in helping the Milwaukee region thrive.
While the challenges facing Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin are great, no single institution is better positioned to help address them than UWM, Chancellor Mark Mone told the UW System Board of Regents on Thursday.
Growing what’s known in education circles as “dual enrollment programs” was one of the ideas presented by attendees at the discussion led by UW System Interim President Michael Falbo and UWM Chancellor Mark Mone.
Chancellor Mark Mone used his plenary address to talk about how UWM is going to navigate the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and its related budget issues, while also finding ways to better address racial equity.
Eighteen higher education institutions in southeastern Wisconsin have banded together in a collaborative dedicated to reducing gaps in skills and talent in the region in order to fill jobs in fast-growing, high-demand areas.
Chancellor Mark Mone outlined several steps the university is taking and noted numerous successes, while acknowledging the challenges ahead.
UW System President Ray Cross and business leaders toured the UWM Chemistry building Thursday to highlight the need to replace it and other aging academic buildings statewide.
Chancellor Mark Mone invites you to discover the stories and faces behind UWM’s groundbreaking research.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has a balanced budget for the first time since 2012, Chancellor Mark Mone announced in his fall plenary address Thursday.
The UW-Milwaukee is improving outcomes for its students, conducting vital research, and growing its links with the community and employers, Chancellor Mark Mone said in his presentation to the Board of Regents on campus Thursday.