Elementary school libraries are vital. But keeping them stocked with books and other resources can be challenging, especially in times when budgets are tight.
About 30 students participated in a roundtable discussion Tuesday with Gov. Tony Evers, who also toured the campus with Chancellor Mark Mone and talked with more students.
The UR@UWM program gives soon-to-be Panthers a chance to participate in real university research while making friends, working with faculty and learning their way around.
When he was younger, Giovanni Claudio participated in Islands of Brilliance, which works with people who are on the autism spectrum or neurodiverse. As a UWM student, he worked with the program again, this time helping them with IT.
Not every UWM student gets his (mascot) head knocked off while working, but at least one did. Here’s a look at a few interesting and rewarding summer jobs this year.
The goal of the three-credit course, which is open to all undergraduates, is to help students choose a major at UWM, but also helps them explore their interests, abilities and goals.
This year’s Senior Excellence in Research Award have been exploring wide-ranging topics including machine learning, architecture, biology, medicine and the intersection of art and technology.
Alannah Ray, UWM external relations graduate intern, is being recognized on the 2022 ALL IN Student Voting Honor Roll.
Engineering student Avinash Rejendra had always wanted to appear on his favorite game show. Finally, he got the chance.
UWM students spent six weeks unearthing a Wisconsin site where the Oneota lived some 1,000 years ago. It’s a chance to both practice science and learn how to be archaeologists.