Campus & Community
Three new UWM distinguished professors named
Patrick Brady, Martha Carlin and Sandra McLellan have been named UWM distinguished professors by current faculty holding that title. The current active number in this prestigious group is now 26.
Students awarded full-ride Nadella Scholarships
The second cohort of incoming freshmen who will receive the full-ride Anu and Satya Nadella Scholarship has been announced.
Cheers to all! Celebrating spring graduation 2023
Thousands of students, family, faculty and friends gathered at the UWM Panther Arena on Sunday for the UWM community’s most joyous event – graduation.
UWM ranked in top 3.1% of universities worldwide
UWM is one of only three universities in Wisconsin included in the center’s Global 2000 list, along with UW-Madison and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
We Energies Foundation gives $2 million to help UWM students graduate
Three-quarters of the gift will be used to endow programs that enhance student success, such as emergency and retention grants, coaching, staffing and tools for advising. The remaining portion will provide support for scholarships.
First M³ College Connections students are becoming UWM graduates
One of the first graduates says the program helped give her the tools she needed to succeed in college.
New murals celebrate Indigenous sovereignty
Sam Zimmerman-Zhaawanoogiizhik, who draws on his Ojibwe heritage in his work, created the murals as part on an effort to “Indigenize” the new home of the Electa Quinney Institute and the American Indian Student Center.
Lubar College of Business ‘storefront’ opens at JA Finance Park
Sixth- through ninth-grade students can attend JA Finance Park after they complete a 14-lesson curriculum. During the classroom lessons, students learn the basics of building a budget and making the hard choices between needs and wants.
Help from afar: Bike ride aims to help Afghan students at UWM
A young woman from Nepal is reaching out from Minnesota to organize a bike ride to support a group of Afghan women at UWM.
Associate professor lends a hand to third graders exploring Ukrainian conflict
An internet search for experts on the war led teachers in California to Maria Haigh at UWM, who is from Ukraine. She and a friend who remains in the war zone talked with the students.