Psychologist looks to body, mind to preserve memory

Psychologist looks to body, mind to preserve memory

Ira Driscoll researches the genetic risks for diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia, and seeks out early predictors of these disorders.

UWM-Trained Teachers Take Top Honors

UWM-Trained Teachers Take Top Honors

Two UWM School of Education alumni received Advanced Career awards from the the Education Deans of Greater Milwaukee.

AMP-ing up S.T.E.M. education

AMP-ing up S.T.E.M. education

Wisconsin Alliance for Minority Participationt helps prepare students for the STEM areas by getting them involved in undergraduate research and internship

A look beyond banned books

A look beyond banned books

It’s not just banned books that librarians are dealing with today – it’s Internet filters, invasions of privacy and Internet censorship.

Portuguese spoken here

Portuguese spoken here

The number of Brazilian students coming to UWM has more than doubled from 2012 to 2013, and word of mouth in Brazil is expected to result in future increases.

New studio gives back, teaches art in Riverwest

New studio gives back, teaches art in Riverwest

Darren Hill is turning his own challenging life experiences into positive opportunities for young people in his neighborhood.

National search brings ‘best and brightest’ public health scientists to UWM

Seven new faculty members from top-tier universities are joining the Zilber School this fall, and three more are expected by 2014.

Early literacy program seeks UWM student tutors

Early literacy program seeks UWM student tutors

SPARK – Spheres of Proud Achievement in Reading for Kids – is a collaboration among UWM’s School of Education, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee and AmeriCorps.

UWM’s Life Impact Program receives College Success grant

UWM’s Life Impact Program has received a nearly $140,000 grant from the Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation College Success Program.

Mixed races, mixed messages

Mixed races, mixed messages

A new book by UWM historian Greg Carter examines the way interracial relationships have been both demonized and praised in the U.S.