Yiddish theatre is moving into the 21st Century.

The Digital Yiddish Theatre Project will gather at UWM March 27-29 for a series of planning workshops and public events.

Denim Day raises awareness of sexual assault

Denim Day raises awareness of sexual assault

UWM is joining the city and other local colleges and universities in marking Denim Day, Wednesday, April 23.

‘Invisible Newcomers’ revealed in research on refugees

‘Invisible Newcomers’ revealed in research on refugees

Refugees from Burma/Myanmar and Bhutan subject of newly published study.

Jobs with a Serious Impact: Work-Study in MKE

Jobs with a Serious Impact: Work-Study in MKE

UWM students find a way to help pay for their education while helping others.

Public Health Week at UWM April 7-12

The Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) will celebrate National Public Health Week with a number of events. On Monday, April 7, students from the school will be in the UWM Union Concourse, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd., from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. sharing information on public health topics […]

UWinteriM Adventures

UWinteriM Adventures

UWM students enjoyed (mostly) warmer weather and the opportunity to learn during this year’s UWinteriM.

Open Enrollment eroding Chapter 220, case study contends

Open Enrollment eroding Chapter 220, case study contends

Milwaukee’s 40-year-old Chapter 220 program is the oldest voluntary public school integration transportation program in the United States.

Engineering partnership touches lives of students, seniors

Engineering partnership touches lives of students, seniors

University researchers and a team of middle schoolers are working together to build a hand mobility device for seniors with disabilities.

Avatars teach students about teaching

Avatars teach students about teaching

TeachLive is a simulation of a classroom with five avatars who behave as typical middle- or high-school students.

An alternative for adults to learn English

An alternative for adults to learn English

Working in the community allows UWM students to practice what they’ve been learning in the classroom.