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 […]
Ohio-based Science Kinetics recently licensed computational fluid dynamics software developed by UWM doctoral candidate Tom Hansen.
Web developer Jessica Knaak is helping other women make connections in the growing field of information technology.
Faculty and alumni look at how the College of Engineering & Applied Science’s partnerships have led to UWM’s impressive research reputation in disciplines from encryption to computation.
UWM’s App Brewery and Waukesha County public libraries have developed a free app to help parents track the books they’re reading to their preschoolers. The app supports the popular “1000 Books Before Kindergarten” program offered by libraries nationwide.
Are people becoming lonelier even as they feel more connected online?
A group of local high school students is learning the many ways Geographic Information Systems can be used in future careers.
The device allows anyone with a loss of fine motor skills to go about their daily routines and maintain independence.