Memorial service to honor Winston Van Horne

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and its Department of Africology will host a memorial service for Professor Winston Van Horne, who passed away on May 24, 2013. The celebration of his legacy begins at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 9, in the Helen Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts, 2419 E. Kenwood Blvd.

Researchers identify new molecules necessary for memory formation

UWM researchers have uncovered a cellular mechanism necessary for memory.

Researchers identify new molecules necessary for memory formation

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, led by Professor of Psychology Karyn Frick, hav identified a new cellular mechanism necessary for memory.

Nonprofits optimistic about 2013 donations

The majority of nonprofits in Southeastern Wisconsin have recovered from the Great Recession and most expect increased donations in 2013 .

Nonprofits optimistic about 2013 donations

The majority of nonprofit organizations in Southeastern Wisconsin have recovered from the Great Recession and most expect more donations in 2013 than they received in 2012, according to a recent survey.

Conference on sex and gender diversity to be held at UW-Milwaukee

The UWM LGBT Studies Program presents a conference, “Sex and Gender Spectra,” Nov. 28-Dec. 1 on the UWM East Side campus.

David Redlawsk

Discussion will focus on information, emotions and voter decision-making

Political scientist David Redlawsk will discuss the relation among information, emotions and voter decision-making Oct. 12.

David Redlawsk

Discussion will focus on information, emotions and voter decision-making

David Redlawsk will discuss the relation among information, emotions and voter decision-making, Oct. 12.

Robert (Bob) Reitman II and Robert (Bobby) Reitman III

Reitman to discuss Bob Dylan Oct. 2

Radio celebrity Bob Reitman will visit UW-Milwaukee on Tuesday, Oct. 2, for “My Reasonable Obsession with Bob Dylan,” a conversation about Bob Dylan and his music.

Do host cities get an economic  “Olympic Bounce”?

Do host cities get an economic “Olympic Bounce”?

The class will investigate the Olympic Games as a complex urban phenomenon with implications for understanding the modern metropolis.