The Lubar School of Business is celebrating 50 years of offering responsive, high-quality programs that meet the needs of major U.S. industries.
Poor writing costs companies time and money. UWM’s Dave Clark has a solution — software that will guide “unexpected writers” in producing reports and other documents.
UWM professors Amit Bhatnagar and Purush Papatla are pinpointing how brands can harness social media to improve advertising strategies and enhance sales.
UWM’s nonprofIT program matches students with community organizations in need of IT project assistance.
UWM students participating in the national University Innovation Fellows program foster entrepreneurism by passing along the lessons they’ve learned.
UWM accounting students and AARP are offering free tax help to students and neighborhood residents during March and April at UWM’s Cambridge Commons.
Rhetorician Shevaun Watson has taken countless tours of Charleston, South Carolina, where a common narrative glossing over the city’s history of slavery and racism has translated into a multibillion-dollar tourism industry.
UWM is working with industry-leader Johnson Controls Inc. to develop batteries for next-generation vehicles.
Tammy Imme dreamed of owning her own child care center, rather than managing ones owned by others. UWM’s Small Business Development Center gave her the practical skills she needed to launch and then expand her business.
When it comes to starting your own business, UWM is the place to do it. Students and alumni have launched 20 companies with support from the university, and Milwaukee philanthropists Sheldon and Marianne Lubar recently gave $10 million to support UWM’s Ideas Challenge, a network of entrepreneurial activities involving students and researchers.