Amy Watson hopes her work contributes to development of policies that help keep people who don’t pose a major criminal threat out of jail.
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A team led by Associate Professor of Nursing Lucy Mkandawire-Valhmu is working to provide more and better support for Native American women after the trauma of sexual violence.
UWM Professor and LIGO Scientific Collaboration spokesman Patrick Brady discusses what we’ve learned from gravitational waves and what lies ahead.
The algorithm developed by applied mathematics doctoral student John Jurkiewicz will allow heart cell researchers to get their results in minutes, rather than hours.
While access remains a big factor, Sisay Mersha thinks part of the issue among immigrants from East Africa is a lingering passivity toward seeking health care.
John Schwendel explored some 70 years of data and studied the central range of earners to gain new insights into how inequality grows.
Bats play an important role in the ecosystem. Doctoral student Xueling Yi researches bats’ history and geographic tendencies to help understand their susceptibility to disease.
Christopher Quinn and his lab team are opening a window into basic information about root causes of the neurological and developmental disorder.
Nobody understands the factors behind the increasing visibility of women in American politics better than distinguished professor Kathleen Dolan.
Two UWM researchers collaborate in search of breakthroughs for using light to transmit data, which has vast implications for technology.
Derek Handley is studying rhetorical strategies that African American communities used in response to urban renewal in the 1950s and ’60s.
Chancellor Mark Mone invites you to learn about how UWM’s faculty members, staff and students make a positive impact through world-class research.
Academic, governmental and industry leaders know they can count on UWM for cutting-edge, life-changing work across a broad spectrum of fields.
Troy Skwor is studying whether resistant populations of bacteria can survive wastewater treatment and enter the environment, where they can affect people’s health.
Alex Timmer says an architect’s role doesn’t stop at designing buildings. He’s creating modular furniture to serve as infrastructure in vacant storefronts.
Art historian David Pacifico found unexpected similarities in how diverse communities formed in 14th-century Peru and today’s Windy City.
Hurricanes usually weaken after making landfall. Clark Evans wants to know how some tropical systems maintain or increase intensity over land.
Research finds that framing the act of giving as a choice between two options is more successful than traditional attempts at inducing giving.
UWM dance students create performances on site in communities based on their experiences and research of the neighborhood and residents.
The Photovoice research technique can help people unlock coping skills by taking pictures of everyday life and reflecting on them in writing.