“Evicted” was required reading for students in a UWM architecture studio class. The students’ work will be on display at the Mobile Design Box through September.
One year after their effort to donate shoes and water filters to the impoverished country, Steven Duclair and his team are gaining traction on a bigger goal: building a sustainable community centered around a school.
UWM’s College of Nursing organizes a summer program called Get Wheelin’ in Westlawn, which encourages residents of the Westlawn neighborhood to bike as a way to promote a healthier lifestyle and to reduce air pollution.
Thirty-two MPS students completed the pilot program, which debuted in the spring 2019 semester. Students get a taste of college while earning college credits.
Associate theatre professor Rebecca Holderness is collaborating with a team that is planning for the Modjeska Theater’s renovation from a vacant theater and parking lot to a community center with green space and an indoor, all-seasons playground.
James Tasse, senior lecturer, and William Watson, associate professor in the Peck School of the Arts theatre department, host the first-ever National Veterans Theatre Festival May 23-26 at the Milwaukee Rep’s Stiemke Studio.
Vaping is increasingly common among teens in Wisconsin but largely outside the reach of government regulation. Exploring the issue benefited both UWM students and the American Lung Association.
Rather than spend their break partying, 20 students from UWM’s Honors College spent a week in New Orleans doing work to help the community.
Staging an opera isn’t easy, but it’s worth the effort for the valuable lessons it teaches UWM music and theater students, say those involved. This year’s production is Mozart’s “La Clemenza di Tito.”
More than 1,000 MPS high school students converged on UWM on Wednesday for the 2019 MPS Student Job Fair in the Wisconsin Room of the Student Union.