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.
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?
Operating without traditional family structure, former foster children often have a difficult time navigating the challenges of college. UWM’s recently established Fostering Success program aims to help.
It took some time, but Kyle Rechlicz has led a turnaround in the women’s basketball program — both on the court and in the classroom — by focusing on character and accountability.
James “Groovy” Cocroft, an employee of the Military and Veterans Resource Center at UWM, recently reminded Katie Mosack that there are still good people in this world.
For her vision as a designer and planner and her passion as an educator in the School of Architecture & Urban Planning, urban planning professor Carolyn Esswein has been named a finalist for the 2019 Northern Trust Navigator Award.
A research university runs on federal grant funding. UWM had $58 million in research expenditures in fiscal year 2018, with more than half coming from federal agencies.
UWM is one of 130 institutions of the 4,423 universities evaluated this year that earned inclusion in Carnegie’s “highest research activity” category, a designation that includes many Ivy League and public flagship institutions.