Undergraduate SURF student Alexander Riggs, along with graduate student William Langhoff (former SURF student), and Mentor Prof. Peter Hinow were recently published for their research on scaling behavior of drug transport and absorption. Read the full publication below: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0200266
This last Sunday the Office of Undergraduate Research was at the Wisconsin State Fair as a part of UWM Day. The day saw representatives from all across the UWM campus showing off what their departments do on campus. Representing… Read More
An article by the UWM Report looks at the stories of the most recent recipients of the Senior Excellence in Research Award: Jessye Hale, Nisrit Pandey, Kirill Shmilovich, Emily Gerstein, and Brandon Patterson. Find out more about their stories and… Read More
Students from UWM and Notre Dame helped with the research for a recent post to the Washington Post “Monkey Cage” blog authored by UWM historian Christine Evans and Notre Dame political scientist Susanne Wengle. UWM students included: Alexandra Stott (already graduated… Read More
Hugo Ljungbäck’s article “From Art Gallery to Movie Theatre: Spectatorship in Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto,” has been published in AM Journal of Art and Media Studies 15 (2018): 135–146. doi: 10.25038/am.v0i15.237. Congratulations!
Undergraduates Alec Huber and Melissa Schussman are coauthors of another article from Chemistry and Biochemistry: Guanguan Li, Michael R. Stephen, Revathi Kodali, Nicolas M. Zahn, Michael M. Poe, V.V.N. Phani Babu Tiruveedhula, Alec T. Huber, Melissa K. Schussman, Krista Qualmann,… Read More
A new publication in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry includes undergraduate researcher Alec Huber: Daniel E. Knutson, Revathi Kodali, Branka Divović, Marco Treven, Michael R. Stephen , Nicolas M. Zahn, Vladimir Dobričić, Alec T. Huber, Matheus A. Meirelles, Ranjit S. Verma,… Read More
Jessye and Kirill were helping out today with the Science Olympiad at UWM and Pounce showed up!!
Joseph Wojcinski and Jak Maliszewski are co-authors, with their faculty mentor of “Between-Group Variation in Enchenoopa Treehopper Juvenile Signaling (Hemiptera Membracidae)” in Ethology Ecology & Evolution 30.3 (2018): 245-55. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03949370.2017.1347585
The Center for Latin American/Caribbean Studies is offering the Donald R. Shea Study Abroad Scholarship of $500 for graduate students and advanced undergraduates who will be studying abroad in the Latin American/Caribbean region. The deadline to apply is April 2,… Read More