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By Kathy Quirk on November 13, 2014
For Shaquita Glenn, the UWM’s innovative Life Impact Program was the support she needed as she struggled to take care of a toddler and stay in school.
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By Kathy Quirk on November 12, 2014
MILWAUKEE – An alumnus who now heads a major food and restaurant company will be honored with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Alumni Association Lifetime Achievement Award on Friday, Nov. 14. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Alumni Association annual Alumni Awards Evening begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency. Steven A. Davis (’80 BBA Marketing) served […]
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By Kathy Quirk on October 28, 2014
Shoho comes to UWM from the University of Texas at San Antonio where he serves as associate vice provost for academic and faculty support
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By Kathy Quirk on October 27, 2014
UWM is working to change the stereotypes and the prospects for young African-American males through a collaborative effort called the African American Male Initiative.
By Kathy Quirk on October 26, 2014
The UWM Foundation has helped tens of thousands of students complete their education, raised millions of dollars for facilities, and helped spark innovation and research.
By Kathy Quirk on October 15, 2014
A UWM researcher has added to a growing body of evidence that links autism to air pollutants such as those generated by cars and trucks.
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By Kathy Quirk on October 9, 2014
Aaron Buseh, an associate professor inUWM’s College of Nursing and expert on global public health, grew up in Liberia, one of the countries affected by Ebola.
By Kathy Quirk on October 8, 2014
The Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons, opened in 2009, transformed 32,500 square feet on the west side of the Golda Meir Library into an open, communal learning space.
By Kathy Quirk on October 3, 2014
Paul Auer, an assistant professor of biostatistics in UWM’s Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health, uses mathematics and computers as his tools in the fight against heart disease.
By Kathy Quirk on September 24, 2014
An archaeologist in the Department of Art History at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is exploring the past using the tools of the 21st century.