Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett joined leaders from the M3 public education initiative to urge students to turn in their FAFSA forms for the 2022-23 school year amid alarming declines in completion rates during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Board of Regents is honoring Brenda Cullin, academic department associate/office manager in the UWM Department of Economics, with a University Staff Excellence award. Cullin is one of two individual UW System employees and one program chosen for the inaugural awards.
Pounce the Panther will make his literary debut at this year’s Panther Prowl on Saturday, Oct. 9.
Since 1971, thousands of children have gotten an educational foundation as well as care through the Children’s Learning Center, which serves children from six weeks old to 12 years.
Along with the arrival of fall colors, UW-Milwaukee’s Family Weekend returns to campus on Saturday, Oct. 9.
UWM’s Jelena Sever scored the fastest goal in NCAA Division I history, sending the game’s opening kickoff into the Youngstown State net as part of a 7-0 Panthers win Sunday at Englemann Stadium.
UWM has eliminated more than three dozen administrative or financial holds that can prevent students from enrolling in classes and hinder their path to graduation.
Doors Open Milwaukee is returning to a mostly in-person event this year, and UWM is once again participating. Five sites on UWM’s Milwaukee campus will be open for the event, three in-person and two virtually.
The Milwaukee Business Journal has awarded UWM a Health Care Champion award, recognizing the university’s efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
UW-Milwaukee has reached the 70% goal set forth in UW System’s “70 for 70” campaign, making its vaccinated students eligible to win $7,000 scholarships. That number will only rise as more students get vaccinated and report it to UWM. UWM is the third UW System campus to reach the 70% goal, along with UW-La Crosse […]