Faculty members from the School of Education recently received a $2.87 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education for an inclusive early childhood education program.
The Leaders from a Good Land program, run by the Electa Quinney Institute at UWM, helps prepare and support teachers and administrators.
Organizers hoped the search for solutions also created opportunities for collaboration to advance research and address workforce needs.
When Ashley Valentine was a child, she loved to read but was disappointed that few of the characters in books looked like her. Now she’s opened her own bookstore and tutoring center, Rooted MKE, focusing the needs of Black, Indigenous and other people of color.
Student teaching is always a challenge, but Siraj Khan faced a harder than usual assignment. His student teaching started right after his students returned to the classroom after a long pandemic break.
LGBTQ+ people are more than twice as likely to be arrested compared to straight people and three times more likely to be incarcerated than the general population, Jane Hereth found.
The American Government and Politics class at UWM had a most unexpected surprise visitor on Thursday: Vice President Kamala Harris.
Jeff Yabuki, who served as CEO of Fiserv Inc. from December 2005 to May 2020, has been named the Sheldon B. Lubar Executive-in-Residence at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Sheldon B. Lubar College of Business.
The Business Innovation Incubator is an 11-month program helping 10 startups acquire the skills needed to move their ventures forward.
Beginning this fall, UWM will be offering microcredentials in eight sought-after skill areas of nonprofit management. The program offers a way for people to learn without the commitment of seeking a full degree.