A Lot is Riding on UWM’s Comprehensive Study of Music & Memory

A Lot is Riding on UWM’s Comprehensive Study of Music & Memory

UWM faculty and undergraduate students at UWM are conducting one of the most comprehensive evaluations of the increasingly popular Music & Memory program.

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Inside the UWM Panther Arena

Inside the UWM Panther Arena

The first men’s basketball game in the newly branded building will be Nov. 6 vs. UW-Platteville.

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Alternative newspaper lives again (online) through UWM Libraries

Alternative newspaper lives again (online) through UWM Libraries

People around the world can revisit the psychedelic ’60s, viewed through the lens of one Milwaukee underground newspaper, the Kaleidoscope.

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Changing stereotypes, encouraging young African-American men

Changing stereotypes, encouraging young African-American men

UWM is working to change the stereotypes and the prospects for young African-American males through a collaborative effort called the African American Male Initiative.

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Alan Shoho named dean of UWM’s School of Education

Alan Shoho named dean of UWM’s School of Education

Shoho comes to UWM from the University of Texas at San Antonio where he serves as associate vice provost for academic and faculty support

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UWM researcher adds to evidence linking autism to air pollutants

A UWM researcher has added to a growing body of evidence that links autism to air pollutants such as those generated by cars and trucks.

UWM Study: Patients withhold information from electronic records

New research by a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Sociology professor shows that attitudes surrounding electronic health care records could be putting patients at risk.

The research team investigating a new treatment for asthma are Douglas Stafford (from left), director of the Milwaukee Institute for Drug Discovery; Alexander Arnold, assistant professor; and Distinguished Professor James Cook. They are using equipment at the new Southeastern Wisconsin Applied Chemistry Center for Excellence. (Photo by Troye Fox)

UWM Research Foundation announces nine new Catalyst Grants

Nine new research projects, including developments for a new cancer therapy and a high-power density battery to continue medical operations during power outages, have received Catalyst Grant funding from the UWM Research Foundation.

Deaf Awareness Week celebrates a community’s pride

The Milwaukee community has a chance to meet and get to know the deaf community during Deaf Awareness Week Wisconsin (DAWW), the week of Sept. 22-26, at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The celebration of pride in the deaf community will feature lectures, performances and even a “Sign and Dine” at the Union Gasthaus. The UWM […]

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