UWM professor Elana Levine takes a close look at daytime soap operas in her new book, and she found that the influential genre reveals quite a lot about American women and social identities.
Chris Cantwell and his UWM history students are building the COVID-19 MKE archive, an online repository that is documenting history as it’s happening, collecting submission from metro Milwaukee giving glimpses of life in quarantine.
It can be difficult to talk with children about race and racism, but it’s vital to do so, says Erin Winkler, associate professor of Africology and urban studies at UWM.
The list features 50 film programs, honoring the schools including UWM for their continuing dedication to prepare and inspire students in spite of disruptions caused by the coronavirus crisis.
For the fifth year in a row, a group of architecture students from UWM and engineering students from UW-Madison are working together to design a house for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon.
A true crime docuseries created by Peck School of the Arts’ Lilly Warren won a development deal with A&E at the Realscreen Summit Showdown recently.
Tyler Mader, a UWM graduate who is part of the Mader restaurant family, travels the country with his cooking show, punching up traditional favorites with a radical twist.
UWM grad Christopher Chan got hooked on the late author’s mysteries when he was a child. Now, he’s an expert.
UWM’s Mobile Design Box is wrapping up a three-year run at its latest stop with an exhibit that showcases the pop-up gallery’s partnership with community partners as well as promising signs of neighborhood revitalization.
It’s even worse for Hollywood superstars, UWM labor economist John Heywood, found: more than $2.4 million.