UWM prof Jackie Nguyen spent part of her fall semester 2019 sabbatical as one member of a group of academic and legal experts focusing on the impact of immigration policies and detention on children and their families.
What do we need to do better as a university in response to the racial injustices that led to the widespread civil unrest touched off by the death of George Floyd in police custody?
Amid protests nationwide after the death of George Floyd in police custody last month, UWM this week is holding the first in a series of panel discussions about the civil unrest and ways to move forward.
The latest class of MPS high school seniors to complete the M3 early college program was honored with a virtual ceremony, capping a year of growth for the trailblazing partnership involving Milwaukee’s three largest public education institutions.
The coronavirus pandemic scotched the opportunity for several engineering students to travel to Taiwan for an internship, but now four of them are helping with a project to help battle the disease.
The Network Journal has selected Dr. Joan Prince, a vice chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, as one of its 25 Influential Black Women in Business for 2020.
A team of UWM accounting students is partnering with Journey House to offer free help with taxes to local low-income individuals and families.
Sarah Wisniewski helps run the Hunger Task Force’s farm, which produces fresh fruits and vegetables for more than 180 food pantries, shelters and soup kitchens in southeastern Wisconsin.
UWM students, faculty, staff and alumni can climb alongside fellow Panthers and raise awareness for lung health during the Fight for Air Climb on March 7 at the U.S. Bank Center.
James Sokolowski battled through challenges to get his GED and eventually a master’s. Now he’s helping others by leading the M3 Early College program.