Willem Dafoe’s long, illustrious acting career has taken him from the stages of UW-Milwaukee to now, finally, the famed 30 Rock stage of “Saturday Night Live.”
The Brookby Foundation has committed $1 million to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in support of the School of Freshwater Sciences’ new research vessel, which will be named the Maggi Sue.
A paper published recently by UWM Professor John Berges includes the work of several undergraduate researchers, who are listed as co-authors. Many went on to their own careers in science.
Fourteen academic programs at UW-Milwaukee were recently ranked among the best in the country by Intelligent.com, a resource for online/on-campus program rankings and higher education planning, in its 2022 report.
Five people with ties to UWM were honored recently by Milwaukee Magazine with its third annual Betty Awards.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has received a $500,000 grant to place 100 students from underrepresented populations in paid internships with Milwaukee-area corporations over the next two years.
UWM has earned the highest rating for research for a third consecutive time. Just 137 of the 3,298 institutions considered placed in its “highest research activity” category, often called R1.
Collaboration designed to raise awareness of how data and artificial intelligence are making an impact and to help develop a talent pool to fill high-tech jobs in southeastern Wisconsin.
The repository of Luxembourg American history is located, curiously enough, in Belgium, a small town 35 miles north of Milwaukee.
The goal of the Beyond GEMS Leadership Certificate program is to support female students, ages 15 to 18, and provide a chance to assemble a strong portfolio for college and their future careers.