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UWM adds campus EV fast-charge stations

The two new UWM stations are the first EV fast-charge stations in Milwaukee County

Colleges team up to boost technical proficiency of SE Wisconsin students

Colleges team up to boost technical proficiency of SE Wisconsin students

KENOSHA, WI – A new guaranteed transfer agreement between UW-Milwaukee (UWM) and UW-Parkside (UWP) provides students with a seamless pathway to complete a bachelor’s degree in mechanical or electrical engineering. Under the agreement, students complete their first two years of coursework at UWP, then transfer to the College of Engineering & Applied Science (CEAS) at […]

An Asian influence on Milwaukee

An Asian influence on Milwaukee

A group of UWM students were taught by rising architectural star Sou Fujimoto.

Will the real Godzilla please show up?

Will the real Godzilla please show up?

The human issues that are embedded in the stories – war, pollution, technology – make Godzilla a global cautionary tale.

UWM strategizes climate change policy for the Great Lakes

UWM strategizes climate change policy for the Great Lakes

UWM’s Center for Water Policy convened a group of nationally renowned experts from the Great Lakes region.

A career turning point fueled the fire for an MPA

A career turning point fueled the fire for an MPA

A fourth-generation firefighter, Aaron Lipski loves the profession he has practiced for 17 years with the Milwaukee Fire Department

The ‘real world’ is already familiar to architecture grad

The ‘real world’ is already familiar to architecture grad

While it’s not unusual for architecture undergraduates to be consumed by their courses, Aubree Park has aimed for full immersion.

At long last: A concrete that’s nearly maintenance-free

At long last: A concrete that’s nearly maintenance-free

Scott Muzenski, a civil engineering graduate student, had been working on a new kind of high-performance concrete.

Pushing and pulling: Using strain to tune a new quantum material

Pushing and pulling: Using strain to tune a new quantum material

Research into a recently discovered class of materials shows they have the necessary characteristics to develop ultra-energy efficient electronics.

Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters features UWM researchers

The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters hosts a public lecture by a distinguished professor at UWM on Tuesday, March 25.