Partners for everyday health

Partners for everyday health

Local to Global: Creating Healthier Communities, a UWM student organization, will present Everyday Health Program sessions in collaboration with community churches.

UWM student featured in national campaign

UWM student featured in national campaign

Two UWM students are featured in a new national campaign about public housing.

Book explores the dark side of biotech

Book explores the dark side of biotech

Wilhelm Peekhaus’, new book explores agricultural biotechnology in Canada, and the opposition that is seeking to better control it.

Ed Psych’s multicultural efforts win major APA award

UWM’s Educational Psychology program is one of three in the U.S. to win the Bersoff Presidential Award to Multicultural Program from the American Psychological Association.

Teaching clinical skills – and compassion

Teaching clinical skills – and compassion

More than 400 uninsured clients have received free primary health care through a partnership involving the UWM Institute for Urban Health Partnerships.

Dennis Ross

Expert to speak on Egypt and Middle Eastern Instability July 10

The U.S. doesn’t want Egypt to become a failed state, but it’s a possibility we can’t really control, says Dennis Ross, a longtime Middle East expert.

A new wrinkle in smoking research

A new wrinkle in smoking research

Hayeon Song, UWM assistant professor of communication, has developed a video game that shows social smokers what they might look like after 20 years of smoking.

Genetic research among ethnic minorities: A question of trust

Genetic research among ethnic minorities: A question of trust

People of color, who bear a disproportionate burden of chronic illnesses, take part in genomics research at low rates.

Milwaukee poet laureate has UWM ties

Milwaukee poet laureate has UWM ties

Jim Chapson, who has taught creative writing at UWM for 34 years, has been named one of two Milwaukee poet laureates.

UWM rolls out new peacebuilding, architecture degrees

UWM rolls out new peacebuilding, architecture degrees

Two new master’s degree programs give UWM students the opportunity to learn more about building sustainable peace, as well as sustainable building.