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By UWM News on December 5, 2012
UWM alumni include many business executives and high-ranking public officials, such as the U.S. ambassador to Iceland, Luis Arreaga.
UWM research suggests that sampling a city’s sewage can tell scientists a great deal about its residents – and may someday lead to improvements in public health.
Forget Daytona. Many UWM students spend their spring break developing leadership skills and improving the lives of others.
Two UWM economists have figured out a way to guess your credit score: They look at whether or not you need a nicotine fix.
Mark D. Schwartz, a distinguished professor of geography, developed the spring indices, which measure relationships between temperature and plant growth.
Natural selection – during migration, breeding in subtropical locales and care of young – is as powerful as sexual selection.
History Day at UWM is the single largest outreach event connecting the university to secondary school students each year.
Whatever rock genre you’re into – classic rock, soft rock or alternative rock, the Badger state has all three. But they’re not on your iPod – they lie just beneath your feet.
Junhong Chen, a UWM professor of mechanical and materials engineering, will use a sensor platform he created to detect water contamination to make the low-cost virus sensor.