Tech Timeout for Start-of-Fall Semester

Friday, August 28 at 12:01 a.m. to Tuesday, September 8 at 11:59 p.m.

Wisconsin bicycle fatalities increase

UWM traffic safety researcher Robert Schneider tells the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that more than a third of recent bicycle deaths were caused by a motor vehicle striking the bike from behind and the driver was at fault in 60 percent of those cases. Read the story here.

UWM’s Alberto Maldonado leads Mexican dancers on a tour of campus. (UWM photo/Derek Rickert)

Dance troupe visits UWM on their way to Mexican Fiesta

A Mexican dance group toured UWM and met with Spanish-speaking staff before taking the stage at Mexican Fiesta.

UWM, UW System will help families prepare for school

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Alex Vagelatos, (414) 229-4800, MILWAUKEE – A backpack full of school supplies and shoes for school can take a big chunk from a struggling family’s budget – more so if the family has several children in school. Students from the UW-Milwaukee School of Education, the Peck School of the Arts […]

Common Read Facilitation

Help facilitate a common read discussion during Panther Academic Welcome Day (PAWD).

Note on outside print/copy vendors

Unauthorized Printing/Copying

Budget info site

Are Polls Underestimating Donald Trump’s Appeal?

The Daily Caller quotes UWM political scientist Thomas Holbrook in an article on the accuracy of polls gauging support for Republican presidential candidates. Read the item here.

UWM’s Robert Graziano delivers geology talk for Pitch Project

On Thursday, Robert Graziano, a lecturer for the Department of Geosciences at UWM, will talk about the geology of Wisconsin – in particular the mineral pyrite – for The Pitch Project, an art gallery in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood.

Mayflies: Messy nuisance or economic boon?

The Green Bay Press-Gazette details efforts by Jerry Kaster, of UWM’s School of Freshwater Sciences, to restore mayflies, a key part of the food chain in Green Bay and elsewhere. Read the article here.