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The journey from Milwaukee to Hollywood is shorter than you’d think for graduates of UWM’s Department of Film, Video, Animation, and New Genres and other Peck School of the Arts programs.
Theater education major Tina Binns and Peck School of the Arts professor Anne Basting collaborated on a new play, “Slightly Bigger Women.”
Students, staff and faculty are encouraged to show their support for the university with this social media contest. You can win a pizza party or baseball game with Chancellor Mark Mone!
UWM’s Life Impact Program supports student-parents as they navigate the demands of college and parenting.
“Clarence,” a documentary about Clarence Garrett, thought to be the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s oldest graduate at 87, will have its world premier
Misogyny is a defining characteristic of gaming culture, even though half of the players now are female.
Hundreds of students stopped by to chew the dessert and learn about other cultures at UWM’s 2nd Annual International Dessert Competition this week.
NCAA coaches who are black face racial bias from athletic directors and college and university presidents when it comes to keeping their jobs, says UWM Assistant Africology Professor Nolan Kopkin.
A study by UWM’s Rebecca Klaper at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee determined exposure to the diabetes medicine metformin causes physical changes in male fish exposed to doses similar to the amount in wastewater effluent.
More than 350 UWM students volunteered on a recent Saturday to do yard work in the Milwaukee area as part of the annual Hunger Clean Up.