UWM students are using data science to help shed light on what might be driving voters in the 2020 presidential election campaign.
The Democratic National Convention is making history this year all right — just not the kind that anyone in southeastern Wisconsin had hoped it would be for the first major political party convention to be held in Milwaukee.
Voter behavior in the 2020 election is the subject of one of the first research projects for the Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute, which is a partnership that includes UWM.
The Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee is looking for 15,000 community volunteers to represent the city during this historic event in July.
As the world gets hotter, Woonsup Choi wondered whether that added heat might disproportionately affect different types of city dwellers. So he explored data from Milwaukee and Minneapolis.
UWM’s Mobile Design Box is wrapping up a three-year run at its latest stop with an exhibit that showcases the pop-up gallery’s partnership with community partners as well as promising signs of neighborhood revitalization.
Teachers of color are more likely to leave their schools than white teachers. Combatting that problem can help close Wisconsin’s wide achievement gaps for students, Curtis Jones says.
UWM School of Architecture faculty marked the 50th anniversary of the school by picking the most important structures built in Milwaukee during each decade since the school was established in 1969.
The Washington Center has selected the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as its university partner for the Campaign 2020: National Conventions seminar for the Democratic National Convention in July.
Socialists had a strong presence in Milwaukee throughout the mid-1900s. The city’s brand of “sewer socialism” focused on infrastructure that helped both residents and businesses.