This episode of Curious Campus explores body image and fitness, areas where stereotypes and misinformation abound and can cause great harm.
Fifty years after the debut of Pong ushered in a revolution in American culture, UWM Professor Michael Newman talks about its enduring impact, on this episode of Curious Campus.
In a study that’s created a buzz among marketing professionals, the researchers from UWM and Duke University found that when a brand compliments a competitor on social media, it boosts the brand’s reputation sales.
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.
UWM researchers Charles Paradis is trying to answer a question: Tons of salt are spread on roads in the winter, so why do rivers and lakes get salty months later?
A new service led by UWM researchers that connects workers with jobs is very much needed, local leaders said Wednesday.
On this episode of Curious Campus, learn about FlexRide Milwaukee, a new project led by UWM researchers to connect workers on Milwaukee’s north and northwest sides with jobs in Menomonee Falls and Butler.
In this episode of Curious Campus, two UWM researchers explain how restrictive covenants in property deeds created a segregation that’s evident today, even though such covenants have been illegal for decades.
Two UWM researchers and a collaborator using cutting-edge techniques found a previously unclear link between characteristics in male songbirds that attract females, even as those signals differ in different geographical regions.