Fifty years after the debut of Pong ushered in a revolution in American culture, UWM Professor Michael Newman talks about its enduring impact, on this episode of Curious Campus.
The Milwaukee Bears played only one season, but their history provides an insight into America’s history involving race. Learn more on this episode of Curious Campus.
On this episode of Curious Campus, UWM’s new podcast about science, discovery and culture, two folklore experts talk about the origins of some of our holiday traditions.
The Milwaukee Bears played only one season, but the story of the Negro League team is a good way to study and discuss America’s complex history involving race.
Students who belong to the UWM Japanese Cultural Association helped create an audio guide with interpretations of art that was part of an exhibit at a gallery owned by UWM alum Jan Serr and her husband, John Shannon.
UWM alum Susan Richardson teaches German. She says the value of learning other languages goes beyond just the language: “The more languages you know, the more doors open to you.”
When he was a child, Vuk Latinovich enjoyed looking through an atlas, studying the flags and learning about the countries of the world. Playing soccer fueled his interest.
Professor Kimberly Blaeser was recently recognized by the Native Writers’ Circle of the Americas with the 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award.
To recognize the unrelenting efforts of health care workers, UWM Peck School of the Arts students joined in on the Hand Medal Project, a global effort to give a symbolic helping hand to those working on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Margaret Noodin, professor of English and American Indian Studies at UWM, will be one of the presenters in a series of four online discussions that explore the cultural and philosophical roots of American democracy.