Engineering student Avinash Rejendra had always wanted to appear on his favorite game show. Finally, he got the chance.
Michael Fenlon, chief people officer at PwC and a UWM alum, joined UWM Chancellor Mark Mone recently for a virtual discussion about how universities and businesses can collaborate on innovative solutions to prepare the workforce for the future.
Jack Kiel, who is majoring in supply chain and operations management, is part of a four-person team working on the logistical plans in the European theater – how the different military services and their allies are working together.
When students return to UWM’s campus for in-person classes, Fall Welcome 2021 and Pantherfest will look different, while also celebrating the new academic year in style.
Erica Herrera has persevered through problems that would sink many people, getting a degree from UWM and building a successful business. Now, she’s enrolled in the Executive MBA program and looking for more.
Because many graduating high school students attended their senior year in a virtual learning environment, they may need additional help transitioning to college. To help, UWM is expanding its bridge program and adding a summer option.
Engineering doctoral student Farah Nourin was invited to join U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm for a U.S. Department of Energy roundtable on strengthening America’s industrial workforce on Monday, March 8.
A group of UWM students in Educational Psychology made blankets for patients at Rogers Behavioral Health. Rogers treats a number of behavioral and mental health challenges; the blankets went to the eating disorder unit.
Douglas Machkovech, who graduated in December 2020, is the first-ever member of the Golden Eagle Battalion to receive this honor. He was one of 6,000 eligible cadets nationwide.
When Hank Aaron died in January, he was remembered as a giant both on and off the baseball field. Aaron’s foundation has helped hundreds of students achieve their dreams, including Hawa Brema, who’s set to graduate in May.