In his annual plenary address, the chancellor said that the university is facing a number of challenges but is uniquely positioned to help solve many of the region’s problems.
Growing what’s known in education circles as “dual enrollment programs” was one of the ideas presented by attendees at the discussion led by UW System Interim President Michael Falbo and UWM Chancellor Mark Mone.
The UWM at Waukesha discussion was the latest in a series of listening sessions that UW System President Tommy Thompson is holding at UW campuses as he winds down his tenure as interim president.
Collaboration designed to raise awareness of how data and artificial intelligence are making an impact and to help develop a talent pool to fill high-tech jobs in southeastern Wisconsin.
A regional educational initiative involving UWM has been recognized for its efforts to help develop the talent pool to fill high-tech jobs.
Carthage College President John Swallow is taking over as chair of the Higher Education Regional Alliance after UWM Chancellor Mark Mone completed his two-year term as the inaugural leader of the southeastern Wisconsin initiative.
The value of UWM lies in its ability to address and solve many of Milwaukee’s most pervasive problems through its research, workforce development and partnerships, Chancellor Mark Mone said in his plenary address on Aug. 26.
A regional educational initiative involving UWM has launched a new effort designed to help develop a talent pool to fill high-tech jobs in southeastern Wisconsin.
UWM is building future-focused strategic partnerships with both local and international companies and engaging with them in new ways, Chancellor Mark Mone told a committee of the UW System Board of Regents meeting at UWM on June 3.
UWM is unique among UW System institutions as a top-tier research university with an access mission. That was the focus of UWM Chancellor Mark Mone’s presentation to the Board of Regents Thursday, June 3, at the group’s meeting in Milwaukee.