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.
Fifteen years after a trove of 350 letters written by Milwaukee beer brewing royalty were unearthed, two UWM grad students tackled the task of translating the difficult to understand German script.
That shelf of cookbooks in your kitchen might actually be a library of political declarations in disguise. In fact, said UWM political science professor Kennan Ferguson, even a collection recipes from church friends makes a political statement about in-groups and community identity.
The Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books will continue its longstanding tradition, but virtually and in a more limited way this year.
ArtsECO – which stands for Arts Education/Community Ecosystem – supports teaching through the arts, placing a particular focus on social justice and the concept of developing teachers as changemakers.
UWM alumna Mia Phifer is helping the museum navigate the challenges of operating a museum amid a pandemic and the national conversation about racial justice in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.