With cameras in hand and video drones in the sky, Light the Hoan and UWM’s media team captured the bridge as it was lit up in Panther gold on Dec. 2.
The U.S. Department of Energy recognized the research of two of the college’s graduate students at the 2020 Industrial Assessment Center Student and Alumni Awards.
The newsletter produced by UWM Honors College students has won recognition from the National Collegiate Honors Council after producing an issue during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frustration, anger, sadness and fatigue were among the descriptions a group of UWM students used for how they were feeling about the recent unrest around racial and social justice happening in Milwaukee and across the nation.
Hundreds of undergraduate researchers will gather Friday, May 1, to share presentations on the projects they’ve been working on this year. Virtually, of course.
As the 2020 census rolls on amid the coronavirus pandemic, UWM is working to make sure every student gets counted.
UWM has launched an online portal called You@UWM to connect students to resources promoting health, well-being, academic success and ways to reduce stress.
UWM senior Patricia McKnight was just a month into her internship at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel when she captured an image that drew national attention for the way it perfectly encapsulated a historic election.
Students who have never taken an online class before might be leery right about now, when the coronavirus pandemic has pushed all instruction online. But they don’t have to be.
Break out your Hogwarts house colors, sleuthing skills and best board game strategies – Geek Week is back at UWM March 2-6 with a packed schedule of activities that cater to anyone’s nerdy side.