Their gift will support the entrepreneur-in-residence program, where successful entrepreneurs share their experiences and insights with students.
Good preparation can help an 18-year-old student cope with the sometimes overwhelming changes that come with college. Here are some of the ways students can get ready.
This year marks the centennial of congressional approval of the constitutional amendment giving women the right to vote. The brutal treatment of some suffragists helped turn public sentiment, UWM scholar Carolyn Eichner says.
The huge field of candidates and changing norms of presidential politics could create debates like never before. Thomas Holbrook, a UWM distinguished professor of political science, explains what to look for.
Microsoft President Brad Smith pledged a donation worth more than $1.5 million to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Connected Systems Institute on Monday at UWM’s new Lubar Entrepreneurship Center.
Kasia Weina and her partner are having success pursuing two goals with their startup business: “With Evergreen Labs, we want to prove that you can do good and also make money.”
Denise Ross has been named chairof the UW System Institute for Urban Education, a program housed at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She will begin her appointment later this year.
James H. Hunter III, Bostrom Entrepreneur-In-Residence and adjunct assistant professor at UWM, is a finalist for the Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Midwest.
Even before graduating, Alyssa Molinski already has had experience juggling two demanding jobs. She is an early childhood education student and has also served as Student Association president for 2018-2019.
More than 200 visitors, faculty and students celebrated the opening Wisconsin’s new address for innovation – the Lubar Entrepreneurship Center and UWM Welcome Center.