The new graduate certificate for working civil and environmental engineers with undergraduate degrees is geared toward students who are interested in continuing their education but not yet ready to commit to a master’s program.
UWM researchers trying to untangle the mystery of the eastern gray tree frog mating rituals found it hard to study in the pond. So they built their own.
A technology company hopes a philanthropic initiative, aimed at getting more undergraduate and graduate students informed and interested in data-based research, will grow following a successful pilot program at UWM’s School of Information Studies. The Data Intelligence Project will nurture the “next generation of data enthusiasts,” Alation Inc., said in announcing its effort in July. […]
When a 10-year-old girl in Nairobi wanted to learn more about computers, her mother found her best option some 8,000 miles away. Working online, Elsie Maingi enrolled in the Girls Who Code program at UWM.
The $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will help expand campus research capabilities and research-related educational opportunities.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded funding to UWM to operate an Industrial Assessment Center, which offers free evaluations to manufacturers and wastewater treatment plants to help them reduce waste, save energy and reduce carbon emissions.
“Ethical hacking” – breaking into a computer network to find its vulnerabilities – is an in-demand skill in the growing field of cybersecurity. UWM is trying to help fill the demand by offering a new graduate certificate in cybercrime forensics.
UWM has reached another milestone in helping build a more diverse workforce in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields.
For the first time, researchers have confirmed the detection of a collision between a black hole and a neutron star. In fact, the scientists detected not one but two such events occurring just 10 days apart in January 2020.
An international team of astronomers, including several from UWM, have renewed funding from the National Science Foundation for their work in detecting and characterizing low-frequency gravitational waves, a transformational challenge in astrophysics.