The pandemic has prompted an explosion of remote work. But for those with disabilities, working from home can be fraught with challenges. UWM researchers are helping create a tool to identify those problems.
Air carriers weather economic downturns by making their operations more efficient. But even the most efficient operations may not help airlines overcome the unprecedented upheaval triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, says UWM Professor James Peoples.
The statewide surveillance project is a collaboration between UWM’s School of Freshwater Sciences, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the Wisconsin State Lab of Hygiene.
The UWM Student Union used to be the busiest spot on campus. But with coronavirus protocols in place, it’s a quieter and less busy, with new rules about getting food and hanging out.
Wearing a mask at the grocery store has become our new normal, but exercising in one can be a different story. Still, students visiting UWM’s Klotsche Center have adapted to the change.
Most students anticipate gradually putting their knowledge to work after they leave the university. However, four students who graduated in May from UWM found they needed to use everything they learned about online learning, leading and advising immediately.
Athletes are used to facing challenges. For them, COVID-19 is another opponent to defeat.
Like the rest of campus during the coronavirus crisis, the Golda Meir Library is different now. Tables are spaced out and some areas are closed, but it remains a place where students and others can work in peace and get the info they need.
Epidemiologist Amanda Simanek has banded together with colleagues nationwide to battle the misinformation about COVID-19 that’s been spreading like a virus on social media.
UWM Chancellor Mark Mone will join his M3 partnership counterparts to discuss how Milwaukee’s three largest public education institutions are meeting the needs of students during the pandemic.