The UWM Panther Arena hardly needed illumination on Sunday. The wattage from the smiles of some 2,100 graduates and thousands of friends and family lit up the place just as well.
Prospective students will save the $50 application fee if they apply to UWM between Dec. 14 and 22. The university will waive the fee during its first free application week.
Forgiveness in the face of violence and hate will be the focus of a talk at UWM that features a former white supremicist and the son of a man killed in a mass shooting in 2012 at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek.
The Milwaukee women’s soccer team battled to the last second, but was unable to connect with the back of the net in a hard-fought, in-state rivalry game against No. 10 Wisconsin (15-3-2) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday evening.
Early intervention is key to heading off problems, even violence. That’s why safety training instructors teach UWM faculty and staff what to look for and how to report it.
Veterans Week kicks off Friday, Nov. 8, to honor veterans at UWM and in the community with a week full of activities.
The UW System has awarded Joan Prince, vice chancellor for Global Inclusion & Engagement at UWM, an Outstanding Women of Color in Education Award.
Jennifer Murray, director of the LGBTQ+ Resource Center at UWM, has won the Dr. P.B. Poorman Award for Outstanding Achievement on Behalf of LGBTQ+ People.
The 10th annual Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books runs Friday and Saturday on the UWM at Waukesha campus and showcases more than 70 authors, including several from UWM.
An expected influx of 50,000 visitors coming to Milwaukee for the Democratic National Convention brings a set of challenges unlike any other faced by the city.