UWM entrepreneurs selected for IdeaAdvance seed fund

Five University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee faculty, students and alumni are among 11 teams receiving start-up grants.

High school students get a look at urban planning, GIS

High school students get a look at urban planning, GIS

A group of local high school students is learning the many ways Geographic Information Systems can be used in future careers.

Students help to build trust in a neighborhood

Students help to build trust in a neighborhood

A group of Bay View High School students set out to map a neighborhood and ended up bringing the neighborhood together.

Institute for Urban Education broadens student teachers’ horizons

Institute for Urban Education broadens student teachers’ horizons

The institute is sharing the urban focus of UWM’s School of Education with student teachers from all over the University of Wisconsin system.

UWM boaters get their dragon drag on

UWM boaters get their dragon drag on

The UWM Asian Faculty and Staff Association competed July 12 in the second annual Dragon Boat Race, part of the Milwaukee Dragon Festival.

Imprisonment from a public health perspective

Imprisonment from a public health perspective

A team of UWM scholars is focusing on the ways in which mass incarceration contributes to health inequities.

A parade float entered by Kuryer Polski, a Polish--language newspaper.

Online collection opens a wide window on Milwaukee’s Polish past

Just in time for Polish Fest – June 13-15 – the UWM Libraries are opening up historic Polish Milwaukee to the world.

Urban Autism Summit Set for June 25

The summit will serve as an update on work accomplished since the first Urban Autism Summit in 2009.

Young parents apart can raise children together

Young parents apart can raise children together

Raising children can be especially challenging for young parents who may not have expected to add a baby to their lives.

Class project offers 365 days of Russian

Class project offers 365 days of Russian

The 2015 calendar, “Russian Rulit” or “Russian Rocks,” was created during the 2014 spring semester by students in Russian 311.