Eager college students and intrigued working adults filled the Wisconsin Room at the UWM Student Union Oct. 3 to see author Hank Green share the story behind his newly published book, “An Absolutely Remarkable Thing.” Minnesota native rapper and writer Dessa joined Green on stage.
For the university’s second year as “super host” of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s “On the Table” communitywide conversation, no topic was off the table.
Kristian Vaughn got tested as a liver donor for the child of a family friend. When the child received a liver from elsewhere, Vaughn made a decision that gave a little girl he didn’t know a chance to live.
It’s officially awards season at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. On Friday, Oct. 12, 24 remarkable UWM alumni and one corporate partner will be honored during an awards ceremony at Milwaukee’s Pfister Hotel.
For some UWM students, the U.S. Senate debate held on campus Oct. 8 was a golden opportunity. It was a chance for journalism students to cover a nationally significant event without leaving campus.
Oct. 11 marks National Depression Screening Day, and UWM wants to help those who may be feeling sad, angry, anxious or stressed.
Katie Miota has been named UWM’s new chief enrollment officer, a role she has filled on an interim basis since March 2018.
The UWM community has a chance to meet a major figure in basketball and race in America when Nevil Shed speaks about overcoming adversity Thursday, Oct. 4, at 9 a.m. in the Student Union Fireside Lounge.
City of Milwaukee residents in all wards will be able to vote early at UWM, starting Oct. 15.
Learn-Earn-Grow MKE teaches MPS students how to farm, but its other lessons are just as valuable. The program, which also includes UWM and MATC, teaches about work and finances, college life and leadership, providing tools for the students’ success.