Jonathan Kasparek, a professor of history at UWM at Waukesha, is the author of a new book published by the Wisconsin Historical Press. “Proxmire: Bulldog of the Senate” is the first comprehensive biography of one of Wisconsin’s most important, and entertaining, political figures. Known for championing consumer-protection legislation and farming interests, Sen. William Proxmire also […]
Composer Mason Bates took home the Grammy for Best Opera Recording of 2018 for the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra’s recording of “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.” Flint, associate professor in the department of music, played French horn on the Grammy-winning album. Levy, adjunct instructor and chamber music coach, played clarinet.
Margaret “Peggy” Rozga, emeritus professor of English at UW-Milwaukee at Waukesha and Wisconsin’s newly named poet laureate, hopes to engage with the community as she travels the state, teaching how to enjoy the beauty of poetry and life.
A combined team of students from the School of Architecture & Urban Planning at UW-Milwaukee and the College of Engineering at UW-Madison are attracting national attention for a design that combines the convenience of urban living with maximum energy-efficiency standards.
An exhibit at UWM’s Golda Meir Library explores one way to talk about race and ethnicity — by talking about something that connects us all: tending the soil and growing the food that nourishes us all.
Nikole Bouchard, assistant professor in the School of Architecture & Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, has won the new faculty teaching award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.
For Claire Davis, the smaller campus of what’s now UWM at Waukesha eased her return to college. It set her on a path to becoming a published author and teacher of creative writing.
Red velvet and gold medals will greet the Peck School of the Arts Department of Theatre when its faculty and students participate in the 50th Annual Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival’s Midwestern-region event on Jan. 12.
One year after scoring several best actor nominations for his starring role in “The Florida Project,” UWM alum Dafoe is receiving similar acclaim for his role as painter Vincent Van Gogh in the film “At Eternity’s Gate.”
The elites enjoyed a four-course meal on special occasions, but the common folk had to make do with coarse bread and boiled beef, says UWM historian Martha Carlin.