At UWM, Leah Letson grew from a “shy 18-year-old” into an airman, professional athlete and role model.
The story of Army vet Andy Smith and his service dog, Bella, inspired UWM’s inaugural “De-stress with Dogs” animal therapy event, set for Tuesday, April 5.
UWM was named a military friendly school by Victory Media Inc., a surveying organization that focuses on institutions that support military personnel and veterans. UWM is included among universities on the Military Friendly’s 2016 list that show positive recruitment and retention of veterans and active military personnel. With more than 1,200 veterans and military personnel […]
John Rizzo spent 11 years in the U.S. Navy, but the Racine native felt he wasn’t quite ready for another assignment – math classes at UWM.
With help from UWM, Milwaukee-area veterans are using Shakespeare to work through their own challenges with depression, post-traumatic stress, addiction and reintegration into society.
A renovated and expanded student-veteran resource center enables UWM to take another step in serving this important segment of the campus community.
The Faces Never Forgotten program is part of a national effort to find approximately 18,000 missing photos for a digital Wall of Faces planned for the new Vietnam veterans Education Center at The Wall in Washington, D.C.
The past five years have seen a surge in awareness and programming as UWM has expanded and deepened its focus on student veterans.
The Tillman Military Scholarship is designed for eligible active-duty service members, veterans and military spouses.
With their “Veterans Trek,” Anthony Anderson and Tom Voss plan to walk from Milwaukee to Los Angeles,to raise awareness of veterans’ issues.