UWM computer science students and Northwestern Mutual are teaming up on a project that benefits both.
Two decades ago, a newborn Breyley Stephenson needed surgery at Children’s Hospital, and his parents stayed at the Ronald McDonald House. Now, Stephenson is giving back to the charity that helped his family.
A UWM lab where students learn cutting-edge technology like artificial intelligence, blockchain and cryptocurrency also has the capacity to fill an important need in southeastern Wisconsin.
You wouldn’t leave your front door open all night when you could lock it. But many people do the equivalent with their internet security, says cybersecurity expert Khaled Sabha.
Georg Essl, a research professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at UWM, has been named among the 2019 Guggenheim Fellows in the category of computer science.
As our use of technology advances seemingly at the speed of light, so too must our concern for how that data is used and collected, Microsoft executive Raghu Ramakrishnan told an audience at UW-Milwaukee.
A collection of UWM faculty and students is using their own Twitch channel to explore the academic side of video and board games.
UWM’s Nonprof-IT program provides benefits for everyone involved: Information technology students get real-world experience and local nonprofit groups get free help with their websites and technology.
With a full-time job and a family, Jordan Acevedo knew it wouldn’t be easy to go back to school to change careers. UWM’s online program made it possible.
The Center for Information Policy Research at UWM’s School of Information Studies has been awarded a National Leadership Grants for Libraries award from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. The $90,000 grant will fund the project “Library Values & Privacy in our National Digital Strategies: Field guides, Convenings, and Conversations.” The center, directed by […]