UWM senior lecturer David Southward has been awarded the 2019 Frost Farm Prize for Metrical Poetry from the Hyla Brook poets and the trustees of the Robert Frost Farm in Derry, N.H.
You could call it furniture, but describing the modular cubes that UWM students are constructing in the campus maker space as “building blocks” is accurate too.
This year at PrideFest, every visitor will be asked if they would like to donate $1 (or more) to the UWM LGBTQ Resource Center in online sales and at the festival box office. It’s part of PrideFest’s Plus One program.
Anita Alkhas swears that the students who enter the UWM International Dessert Competition organized by the language programs become more creative every year.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is adding an optional program to its alert system this spring that allows students to dial an emergency number with one push of a button or choose a “guardian” to virtually walk them home.
UW System President Ray Cross and business leaders toured the UWM Chemistry building Thursday to highlight the need to replace it and other aging academic buildings statewide.
Four UWM entries, including three from the College of Engineering & Applied Science, are among the 30 projects that have advanced to the third and final round of the “Smart Cities-Smart Futures” competition, sponsored by Foxconn.
The magazine, now available in print and online, showcases the efforts of nearly 100 faculty members, students and staff, highlighting the expertise that makes UWM one of America’s top research universities.
Gov. Tony Evers visited UWM Monday morning to speak with students about their concerns. The visit comes four days after Evers proposed his first budget as governor, including a proposal to increase funding for the UW System by $150 million.
When UWM employee Kevin Beisser found out about the near-empty shelves of the UWM Food Pantry, he approached his son’s principal at St. Eugene School in Fox Point. How about a food drive?