Congratulations to SURF student Andy Thompson who shared aims of his work on developing a low-cost water sensor with Governor Tony Evers. Andy works with mentor Marcia Silva at the UWM Water Technology Accelerator. See more here.
Congratulations to graduating senior Sarah Philippi who this week participated in the annual “Posters on the Hill” event organized by the national Council on Undergraduate Research in Washington, DC. Sarah was one of 60 students selected from across the country… Read More
Noah Wolfe has been conducting research on learning in Associate Professor Chris Lawson’s lab on cognitive development in the Department of Educational Psychology. Read the full article (here).
A UWM summer program in GEOSCIENCES for diverse students. Visit their website to learn more! https://people.uwm.edu/goforward/2019/01/17/what-is-go-forward/
This year UW-Milwaukee again received R1 status as one of the top research universities in America. Tom Luljak from WUWM sat down with Nigel Rothfels, Director of the OUR, and Rebecca Willer, Senior Excellence in Research Award Recepient, to discuss… Read More
The Lands We Share is an oral history project and traveling exhibit on the diversity of farming in Wisconsin. The exhibit is at the Wisconsin Black Historical Society in Milwaukee through March 1, 2019. The Metcalfe Park Community Dinner and Conversation will be held at… Read More
Alec T. Huber, Brandon Nicholas Mikulsky, Mae Elizabeth Stepanski, Alexander Scott Kehoe, Melissa Schussman, were all recently published as coauthors on their article; “MIDD0301 ‒ A first-in-class anti-inflammatory asthma drug targets GABAA receptors without causing systemic immune suppression” in Basic &… Read More
The OUR congratulates SURF-alum Jeff Motschman on his recent publication in Nature and on receiving the NIH T32 Predoctoral Biotechnology Trainee Fellowship at Duke’s Center for Biomolecular and Tissue Engineering. Read the full publication (here)
Congratulations to SURF Students Emily Daley, Pilar Olvera, and Maggie Babock who presented outcomes of their undergraduate research experiences at UWM’s Teaching and Learning Symposium on January 10th Find out more information on the Teaching and Learning Symposium (here)
Read more about Frank Lewis and his experiences as an undergraduate at UWM and how he became a published author. Full story (here)