Startup Challenge Applications Open! The UWM Startup Challenge is a co-curricular program that fosters an innovative and entrepreneurial culture at UWM by encouraging students to research and develop their ideas, prototype products, services, or social ventures, launch new businesses, and gain the skills… Read More
We are excited to welcome this year’s group of UR@UWM students!
One of this year’s recipients of OUR’s Senior Excellence in Research Awards, Noah Wolfe, was featured in the most recent issue of the UWM Report. To read more about his involvement in social justice efforts, click on the image below.
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 Today Kyla, Tammy, and Jessica were on campus handing out Graduation Cords for Research Students participating in this upcoming weekend’s Virtual Graduation! Tammy took a great shot of Kyla and Jessica reppin’ the office! Sincerest congratulations… Read More
Congratulations to these three former SURF students for their recent publication in Sensing and Imaging! Click the image below to be taken to the article link.
Taking Back our Worlds: Conversations during times of Social Distancing is a publicly engaged-Humanities project that explores the historical and contemporary conditions of social and environmental injustice in the city of Milwaukee. This collaborative project engages residents from Milwaukee’s Washington Park and Sherman Park neighborhoods, students from the University… Read More
These are exclusive internship opportunities available to undergraduate and graduate students at UW-Milwaukee and Marquette. The part-time internship commitment is 20 hours per week from September 14 through December 18, 2020. There are three open categories students can apply for (please… Read More
Emily Ruder and Jacob Rankin traveled to Kenya in the summer of 2019 to perform field work on their research concerning charcoal production. You can read the full story in In Focus by clicking the image below (opens in new… Read More
Giorgio Sarro has been awarded the American Meteorological Society’s Father James B. Macelwane Annual Award in Meteorology! The award carries a $1,000 stipend and partial travel support to the next American Meteorological Society annual meeting.The Macelwane award is intended “to stimulate… Read More