UWM in the News: Week ending June 26

UWM scientist’s vine research could illuminate climate change Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – July 6, 2014 Stefan Schnitzer, of the School of Freshwater Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, studies woody vines in the tropical forests of Panama — work that has him traipsing through the forest and hacking away […]

Tech timeout during Office 365 implementation

Friday, July 25 at 12:01 a.m. through Tuesday, July 29 at 11:59 p.m.

The new name in town: UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

The new name in town: UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena

The agreement helps underscore UWM’s role as the region’s leading university with nearly 28,000 students and 5,000 employees.

New Student Orientation

UWM in the News: Week Ending June 20, 2014

NEWS UWM survey: Voters support raising Wisconsin minimum wage. The question is, how much? Milwaukee Business Journal – June 12, 2014 According to the latest quarterly survey data out of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, support remains strong for raising the minimum wage, although answers on how high or low vary. Also in: Milwaukee Business Times

UWM Help Desk call center closed for July 4 legal holiday

During the closing, technology service degradation or outages may be reported by voice mail or via the online form.

Get ready for Office 365 with self-paced and live training options!

There are four scheduled for July and a streaming version available online.

Women’s Resource Center (WRC) Celebrates 20 Years of Service at UWM

On July 31, the WRC will host a celebration of twenty years of work on behalf of the women of the UWM community.  This reception will be held in the Alumni Fireside Lounge in the Union, from 5-7p, and will include hors d’oeurves and summer beverages. Several visual displays and brief presentations will highlight the […]

Paul Auer

Gene mutations may point way to treating heart disease

The mutations lower the levels of fat in the blood and significantly reduce a person’s risk of coronary heart disease.

UWM Police Chief Placed on Administrative Leave

UW-Milwaukee Police Chief Michael Marzion was placed on administrative leave on June 16 following receipt of a report by an outside independent investigator hired by the university to review a complaint filed against Marzion under UWM’s Discriminatory Conduct Policy. Marzion will remain on leave until Provost Johannes Britz issues a final decision under the policy. […]