There’s an emotional labor that comes with being a librarian, and that labor can take a toll, says Abigail Phillips, assistant professor in the School of Information Studies.
UWM is hosting a conversation on eating disorder awareness with DJ Shawna at the Dare to Be event on Feb. 25.
UWM has signed the first of a planned series of agreements with area universities and colleges to provide an accelerated, dual degree program for students interested in pursuing a career in athletic training.
Employing cutting-edge imaging equipment, physicists can now watch molecules in action, both operating properly or going awry and causing disease.
Christopher Quinn, a UWM associate professor, is exploring a certain gene mutation that affects the hearts and brains of children, causing a lethal disease called Timothy syndrome.
Victoria Brahm, who earned her master’s degree from UWM’s College of Nursing, recently was honored with the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Awards medal as 2019 Federal Employee of the Year.
These results suggest even greater urgency to tackling childhood lead exposure and addressing the environmental injustice of vulnerable children experiencing a toxic exposure that they cannot control.
The ubiquity of smartphones — extending even into the classroom — complicates parents’ conversations with their children about screen time, says Noelle Chesley, associate professor of sociology at UWM.
Jeanette Kowalik hadn’t planned on coming home to Milwaukee so soon. But when the city health agency faced a leadership crisis, friends and community members urged her to apply for the job.
School supply drives typically focus on the students of the school. The UWM Partners for Health decided do things a little differently.