The US has begun imposing billions of dollars worth of tariffs on many of its major trading partners, and those countries are responding in kind. So, what now? UWM economist Hamid Mohtadi has some ideas.
Five students will go to Taiwan in February to study at Chung Yuan Christian University and work at Foxconn facilities.
The website, co-founded by UWM professor Mark Keane, is the brainchild of a group of organizations working to meld architecture, design and STEM topics into a useful resource for teachers, students and children all over the world.
So why do similar companies obtain successful outcomes from reorganizing while others do not? It depends on how the various internal players behave, said Daniel Albert at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Beginning this summer, two UWM faculty members will build and support a network of MPS personnel and local industry representatives who work together to transform the city’s STEM education in high schools.
It’s never too late to graduate. That’s the experience of Christine Lyons, who started at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in the 1970s and is finally graduating in May 2018.
Five teams of UWM students placed in this year’s New Ventures Business Plan Competition, hosted by the Lubar School of Business. Funded by La Macchia Enterprises, the contest is in its 12th year and is open to students from any discipline on campus. Winnings totaled $20,000.
Marcus Britton studies what he calls “place-based inequality” — the notion that the neighborhood you grow up in casts an imprint on your life that can have an effect long after you move out of that neighborhood.
The behemoth on the other side of the globe has long loomed large over American foreign policy. On the eve of the Russian presidential election, UWM scholar John Reuter talks about that country’s politics and policies.
Why do people do what they do? As vice president of data science at Nielsen Holdings, UWM alum Molly Poppie tries to answer that question every day.