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UWMin the News: Week ending May 31, 2012

NEWS OPINION: Best idea for Waukesha remains Lake Michigan water Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 26, 2012 David E.J. Garman, dean of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences (Crossroads, May 20), speculated about whether the review of Waukesha’s application for Great Lakes water would be completed in time for Waukesha to meet a […]

Kris Kelderman

Kelderman Named Milwaukee Men’s Soccer Coach

Kris Kelderman has been named the head men’s soccer coach at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Director of Athletics Andy Geiger announced Wednesday.

Kayla Schroepfer (leaping) and Katharina Abderholden, Dance BFA students, rehearse for Summerdances. (Photo by Pete Amland.)

Summerdance: “Destiny/Chance and Circumstance” May 31-June 2.

Summerdances continues with an exciting, inspiring and highly physical new show May 31-June 2.

College of Nursing joins national vets support project

College of Nursing joins national vets support project

UWM’s College of Nursing is educating nurses to meet the needs of service members, veterans and their families.

Talking about end-of-life wishes

Talking about end-of-life wishes

Jung Kwak collaborated on the documentary that put the spotlight on how ill-prepared Americans are in making end-of-life decisions.

UWM in the News: Week Ending May 24, 2012

NEWS OPINION: The myth of the disconnected telecommuter Phys.org – May 24, 2012 A recent study performed by the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee found that more communication does not equal more organizational identification for teleworkers. Kathryn Fonner, UWM assistant professor of communication was quoted on teleworkers’ sense of connection with their company. OPINION: A […]

Right skills = grand slam

Right skills = grand slam

Jake Thorn, an intern who’s become a seasonal employee of the Brewers, has “my dream job since I was 12,” working in sports multimedia.

Learning from a rising star

Learning from a rising star

Diébédo Francis Kéré, a rising star in the world of architecture, is guiding a team of students who conceived a public space that would unite Milwaukee communities divided by a river valley.

IAMUWM Kari Duce

IAMUWM Kari Duce

Kathryn Fonner

The myth of the disconnected telecommuter

The notion that employees who regularly telecommute will feel less attached to the organization they work for due to feeling isolated and disconnected is a myth.