The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has been named a top military-friendly online school for 2017 by the SR Education Group, an education research publishing company based in Kirkland, Washington. The company selected 68 accredited universities offering online degrees and ranked them based on performance in four areas: military culture, online support, financial aid and scheduling flexibility. […]
As we honor those who serve our country, meet Nate Derge. He’s just one of 1,100 student veterans on UWM’s campus who greatly contribute to this school and country.
The long march of Kevin Evans, who uses his UWM degree to help veterans now struggling with the same issues that he once did.
UWM graduate student Kimberly Stuart was chosen to participate in the Green Bay Packers’ annual “Salute to Service” game on Sunday. Stuart will be part of the 70-person flag detail during the national anthem. The Packers play the Indianapolis Colts at Lambeau Field at 3:25 p.m. Stuart is a U.S. Air Force veteran and Wisconsin […]
Not just a day, but a week’s worth of activities during UWM’s Veterans Week will honor those who have served. Events both on and off campus will begin Friday, Nov. 4, and lead to Veterans Day on Nov. 11.
Brooke Slavens is helping develop a geared wheelchair — similar to a multispeed bike — that could reduce strain on inclines and in other areas where injuries are most likely to happen.
UWM-affiliated Vietnam War veterans are being sought for special recognition at the Military and Veterans Resource Center’s annual “Serving Those Who Served” brunch Nov. 7. During the brunch, Duane Honeycutt, director of the VA regional office of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Milwaukee, will recognize and present each Vietnam veteran with a pin […]
Nathan Derge went from being a Marine Corps corporal to a UWM student who volunteered to help Milwaukee Public Schools children.
America’s future military leaders are honing their skills at UWM to serve and protect people both near and far.
Army veteran Bryan Weichelt became an advocate for awareness of a rare virus when his triplet boys were diagnosed with it while he was in grad school at UWM.