The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Milwaukee Area Technical College are partnering in the Equity Transfer Initiative, a new effort to increase transfer rates for Black, Hispanic, adult and first-generation learners.
Leaders from 18 colleges and universities are pledging to work together to close achievement gaps, fill jobs in fast-growing and high-demand areas and improve the quality of life in southeastern Wisconsin.
Eighteen higher education institutions in southeastern Wisconsin have banded together in a collaborative dedicated to reducing gaps in skills and talent in the region in order to fill jobs in fast-growing, high-demand areas.
A UWM lab where students learn cutting-edge technology like artificial intelligence, blockchain and cryptocurrency also has the capacity to fill an important need in southeastern Wisconsin.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has a balanced budget for the first time since 2012, Chancellor Mark Mone announced in his fall plenary address Thursday.