UWM’s award winning undergraduate research program encourages and highlights the work of students all over campus. Every year a number of these researchers are chosen to receive the Senior Excellence in Research Award (SERA). Here are summaries of the accomplishments… Read More
We are proud to recognize former SURF student Cedrick Antonio, Health Care Administration, for his contributions to the IPE team winning 2nd Place at the 2021 Wisconsin AHEC (Area Health Education Center) Interprofessional Case Competition with team members from the… Read More
Former SURF student, Lena Jensen, working with Dr. Arijit Sen, was recognized for her work on “This is Milwaukee” a collaborative project highlighting the stories of Milwaukee citizens. Click the image below to link to the project website to learn… Read More
The Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute, in partnership with hiring managers in the Core Data and Analytics department at Northwestern Mutual, is excited to announce the first round of recruitment for Northwestern Mutual’s Summer 2021 Data Internship Program. There are… Read More
Former SURF students Andrew Thompson and Basil Hable have published a second paper, congratulations! Click on the abstract below to view the full publication.
Congratulations to Sara Seidita who is a co-author on a recently published paper! She has spent a number of years working in Dr. Rafael Rodriguez’s lab in Biological Sciences and has presented it work at several conferences.
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.