A number of the Milwaukee Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 awardees for 2020 have ties to UWM. The awards, highlighted in a special section of the Business Journal Feb. 28, honor young business and community leaders from throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
A team of UWM accounting students is partnering with Journey House to offer free help with taxes to local low-income individuals and families.
Break out your Hogwarts house colors, sleuthing skills and best board game strategies – Geek Week is back at UWM March 2-6 with a packed schedule of activities that cater to anyone’s nerdy side.
Each year UWM’s Office of Undergraduate Research honors several seniors with its Senior Excellence in Research Awards. Here’s a look at the projects and research the 2019-2020 SERA students are working on.
On the day he was sentenced to prison at age 18, Yusuf Dahl made a decision: He was going to turn his life around. In the two decades since then, he’s done just that.
Sarah Wisniewski helps run the Hunger Task Force’s farm, which produces fresh fruits and vegetables for more than 180 food pantries, shelters and soup kitchens in southeastern Wisconsin.
UWM students, faculty, staff and alumni can climb alongside fellow Panthers and raise awareness for lung health during the Fight for Air Climb on March 7 at the U.S. Bank Center.
This marks the second gold rating UWM has received and the third rating overall, with a gold rating in 2016 and a silver in 2013.
The Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee is looking for 15,000 community volunteers to represent the city during this historic event in July.
UWM will celebrate the 15th anniversary of the men’s basketball team’s run to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament at the Feb. 15 game vs. UW-Green Bay.