The UWM women’s basketball team will host its second annual Pride Night Dec. 20 in a matchup with Florida State at the Klotsche Center.
The blueprints have been drawn and plans are in the works to move the UWM Libraries Archives, which are currently located in various places throughout the Golda Meir Library building, to the third floor of the west wing.
UWM names two new distinguished professors: Richard Grusin of English and Richard Stockbridge of mathematics.
The long awaited hub is now the first Shared Services Center at UWM – providing human resources services to five colleges and one business unit. It’s the first of what are expected to be several hubs meant to provide better service.
The trip was more than a couple of basketball games — it was also a chance for the players to learn about another culture and its history.
As he nears the end of this first semester at UWM, new College of Letters & Science Dean Scott Gronert talks about what he’s learned so far and about what the future might hold.
The Council on Undergraduate Research awarded the 2018 Campus-Wide Award for Undergraduate Research Accomplishments to UWM in recognition of the quality and depth of the research opportunities it provides to its undergrad students.
Brenda Cárdenas, a poet and associate professor of English at UWM, was honored for her efforts in advancing equity and inclusion for people of color within the UW System and in the community.
UWM’s women’s soccer team opens NCAA Tournament play 3 p.m. CST Saturday at Santa Clara University.
The UWM women’s soccer team beat Cleveland State in the Horizon League Championship finals Saturday night and will play in its first NCAA Tournament since 2013.