The Moon Shot for Equity, a southeastern Wisconsin initiative involving UWM aimed at eliminating equity gaps in college completion rates, is featured as the cover story in the latest issue of University Business magazine.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Milwaukee Area Technical College are partnering in the Equity Transfer Initiative, a new effort to increase transfer rates for Black, Hispanic, adult and first-generation learners.
Milwaukee’s three largest urban institutions of public education share a common goal that has taken on added urgency.
Addressing the mental health and financial needs of students and bridging the digital divide are among the biggest issues facing Milwaukee’s three largest public education institutions during COVID-19.
UWM Chancellor Mark Mone will join his M3 partnership counterparts to discuss how Milwaukee’s three largest public education institutions are meeting the needs of students during the pandemic.
UWM is part of the first regional consortium of higher education institutions in the country to sign on to the initiative, which aims to ensure that students of color graduate at the same rate as white students.
The latest class of MPS high school seniors to complete the M3 early college program was honored with a virtual ceremony, capping a year of growth for the trailblazing partnership involving Milwaukee’s three largest public education institutions.
A team of UWM accounting students is partnering with Journey House to offer free help with taxes to local low-income individuals and families.
A new video podcast called “Meeting in Middle America” will highlight young leaders in the heartland and some of their solutions to the nation’s most pressing challenges.
The Milwaukee Urban League has recognized an initiative involving UWM for its work to boost student achievement and close equity gaps in Milwaukee.