The Wisconsin Wastewater Surveillance Program joins just three other Centers of Excellence in the country. The WWSP was a pioneer during the COVID-19 pandemic in developing and applying wastewater-based surveillance for the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Libraries are often at the center of their communities, providing important services. That exposed the people who work there to unusual pressures over the past two years, UWM researcher Abigail Phillips found.
Lynden Sculpture Garden’s virtual story time reaches youngsters ages 4 to 8 years old as a way “to start conversations with children about displacement, adaptation, and belonging.”
Megan Tervoort is one of the hundreds of elementary and high school students who have benefited from a UWM effort started amid the pandemic shutdown to help students struggling with online classes.
UWM researchers are participating in the ABCD Study, the largest long-term study of brain and child health in the U.S., allowing them to explore how youths have been coping with COVID-19’s impact.
On this episode of Curious Campus, two experts talk about an often overlooked problem that research suggests has gotten worse over the last two years.
Working-age Hispanics suffered far greater infection and death rates than whites in the same age group, according to study co-authored by UWM public health researcher Phoenix Do.
UWM economist James Peoples found that a 6% increase in wages could go a long way toward solving a shortage of drivers, which has collided in the pandemic with an increase in demand for shipping.
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.
The Milwaukee Business Journal has awarded UWM a Health Care Champion award, recognizing the university’s efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.