A standing-room-only and very diverse crowd was on hand Tuesday for the launch of a new history book that highlights how UWM became a diverse campus over the past six-plus decades.
“Telling Our Stories: A History of Diversity at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1956-2022” traces UWM’s growth over the past six-plus decades.
For Javier Retana Jr., the chance to meet and talk to the vice president of the United States was an honor and a chance to represent the Latino community.
Freshman year can be both an exciting and stressful time for newcomers, but there are plenty of resources available to help them get acclimated to college life. Here, three UWM experts offer some advice.
UWM will kick off its annual Campus Safety Week Sept. 19 on Spaights Plaza, with an emphasis on prevention and strengthening community trust.
UWM students, staff and faculty are invited to experience a more holistic approach to wellness Sept. 14 at the grand opening of the Student Health and Wellness Center in the Northwest Quadrant.
The UWM African Diaspora Council is collecting school supplies for LaFollette Elementary School during its sixth annual drive. LaFollette is an MPS school about two miles west of campus.
A dollar from each purchase of UW-Milwaukee Panther Blend will be donated toward scholarships for UWM students.
After closing during the summer break because of construction, parts of the union are scheduled to reopen Friday, Sept. 2, including the Panther Shop, UWM Tech Store, Books by eCampus and the PantherCard office.
In his annual plenary address, the chancellor said that the university is facing a number of challenges but is uniquely positioned to help solve many of the region’s problems.