Two UWM professors played with the Santa Fe Orchestra for its recorded performance of “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs,” which won a 2018 Grammy.
Mustafa Hussein led a study about the effects of living wage laws, such as how they affect depressive symptoms and attempts to quit smoking.
UWM assistant professor Abigail Phillips has found that librarians are well-positioned to help because ostracized teens often show up at libraries.
John Huck studies how stock market downturns increase the number of violent crimes and how gains may increase violence among noninvestors.
UWM at Waukesha’a Gregg Jamison is part of a team working to find and identify the remains of soldiers missing overseas to bring them home.
Turning to books to help African American children at a Milwaukee school envision themselves in the fields of mathematics and science.
UW-Milwaukee professor Lingqian “Ivy” Hu looked at employment and commuting trends of Latinx and Asian populations in Los Angeles.
UWM researchers have found a way to predict and quantify damage from cyberattacks on utilities and created a framework for them be properly insured.
Research shows Hispanic youth tend to be more cautious about sharing family information and political beliefs on social media than youth of other demographics.
UWM professor Margaret Noodin’s digital map project aims to provide a visual guide to the many Native American nations that are part of the Anishinaabe Confederacy.
Ionel Popa is studying how protein folding determines protein function and how protein folding could signal processes like muscle contraction.
Margo Anderson has made understanding the U.S. Census her life’s work. Here’s what she can tell you about this year’s count.
The case for releasing vervets in South Africa has received a huge boost from Trudy Turner, the go-to counselor for questions about vervet integration.
Geographer Alison Donnelly is using UWM’s Downer Woods to test the accuracy of a satellite that tracks Earth’s vegetation.