Growing what’s known in education circles as “dual enrollment programs” was one of the ideas presented by attendees at the discussion led by UW System Interim President Michael Falbo and UWM Chancellor Mark Mone.
A group of young women who escaped the Taliban last year have made their way to Milwaukee, where they are taking English classes and hoping to resume their education in the fall.
The special in-person event will feature the pomp and circumstance that students who graduated during the height of the pandemic may have missed.
Carolyn Eichner, an associate professor of history and women’s and gender studies, has been awarded a Fulbright Research Fellowship to France for 2022-23.
Bart Lundy made it clear from the very start of his formal introduction as UWM’s new head men’s basketball coach that he would pay excruciatingly close attention to details.
The Golda Meir Library is helping celebrate the 50th anniversary of the UWM Children’s Learning Center with a history display on the second floor.
Mordecai Lee, UWM professor emeritus, has made a generous donation to the UWM Libraries to create a named fund to acquire books on the subjects of U.S. history, American government, public administration and Jewish studies.
UWM is one of the 10 best colleges and universities in the country when it comes to educating and fostering welcoming environments for students currently or formerly in the military.
The UWM at Waukesha discussion was the latest in a series of listening sessions that UW System President Tommy Thompson is holding at UW campuses as he winds down his tenure as interim president.
A key date is approaching for students looking for help to pay for college tuition this fall. And for UWM seniors scheduled to graduate in May, it’s time to start thinking about financial planning after earning their diploma, too.