Eighteen higher education institutions in southeastern Wisconsin have banded together in a collaborative dedicated to reducing gaps in skills and talent in the region in order to fill jobs in fast-growing, high-demand areas.
The Aggregate, the newsletter for the UWM Honors College, recently won second place in a contest sponsored by the National Collegiate Honors Council.
An education partnership involving UWM won an award at the University Economic Development Association national conference for its work to boost student achievement and close equity gaps in Milwaukee.
Registration is filling quickly for UWM students and their families as the university gears up for Panther Family Weekend on Oct. 12. The weekend is designated annually for families to visit students and get familiar with campus. Activities and events offered throughout the day on Oct. 12 allow each family to build an individualized schedule […]
A thirst for adventure led Elizabeth Cramer to a job that allows her to explore Wisconsin and the world.
For a guy who loves beer and history, a summer internship working with the Smithsonian National Museum of American History’s beer historian was a perfect fit for UWM student John Harry.
Every year the Milwaukee Business Journal highlights 40 emerging community leaders. This year, six of the 40 were young UWM alumni.
Members of the UWM community are invited to share conversation and connections at the annual On the Table event Thursday, Oct. 10, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. in the Library Conference Room on the fourth floor of the Golda Meir Library.
Some peculiar-looking green-suited figures roamed campus this week. It’s part of an initiative to bring a new energy to the conversation about climate change.
Chancellor Mark Mone outlined several steps the university is taking and noted numerous successes, while acknowledging the challenges ahead.