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Labor relations ‘get real’ in this unique UWM program

UWM’s School of Continuing Education offers a Labor Relations Management certificate that may be unique in the United States – it’s taught by experts who have spent their careers in the field.

UWM students get free, one-year passes to bike-sharing network

UWM students get free, one-year passes to bike-sharing network

Bublr Bikes stations are coming to six UWM locations in early October – and students receive free passes for the first year. Bublr Bikes allows riders to pick up bikes at one station and drop them off at another, providing an inexpensive, convenient way for students, staff and others to travel in Milwaukee.

UWM professor Kalyani Rai, a native of Nepal, traveled recently to that country to present $60,000 in earthquake relief funds that were raised in the Milwaukee area. (UWM Photo/Troye Fox)

Social media helps Milwaukee’s Nepalese community raise $60,000 for earthquake relief

Milwaukee’s Nepalese community followed news about the April 25 earthquake in Nepal on social media, raising $60,000. A UWM professor from Nepal was scheduled to deliver that money to Nepal’s prime minister.

Steve Kodis, UWM alumnus, is leading an online petition drive to have the Milwaukee city flag (center) redesigned. One flag design expert has called it “a hot mess.” (UWM Photo/Derek Rickert)

Arts alum starts online drive to redesign Milwaukee flag

UWM alumnus and graphic designer Steve Kodis wants Milwaukee to adopt a redesigned city flag. The current flag is rated as one of the country’s worst by flag experts and designers. A new flag, he says, has great potential for good.

Chancellor Mark Mone tells regents why UWM is vital to Wisconsin

Chancellor Mark Mone tells regents why UWM is vital to Wisconsin

UWM Chancellor Mark Mone asked members of the UW System Board of Regents on Thursday to work with chancellors and the Legislature to “help preserve the value of our degrees.” Mone’s speech was in response to lawmakers’ proposals to cut state funding for public universities and change tenure and shared governance.

June 25, TIAA CREF One on One Counseling Sessions

TIAA CREF will be on campus offering individual counseling sessions to review your existing portfolio and individual situation.

One of UWM’s own lays down the slaw on tonight’s ‘MasterChef’ premiere

One of UWM’s own lays down the slaw on tonight’s ‘MasterChef’ premiere

Katrina Kozar brings her cooking expertise to Fox’s “MasterChef,” as one of 40 contestants vying to win a cookbook deal and $250,000.

May 16th & 17th, UWM Foundation Coasters for a Cause

Unique FUNdraising Opportunity, Non-profit day at Six Flags Great America

April 22, Opening Global Matters: Rauschenberg Print Media 1968-1975

April 22, Opening Global Matters: Rauschenberg Print Media 1968-1975

Join us for the opening reception of Global Matters, curated by the UWM Department of Art History’s Art Museum Studies Colloquium.

April 29, Guest Lecture in the UWM Art History Gallery: Gregory Martens

April 29, Guest Lecture in the UWM Art History Gallery: Gregory Martens

UWM Associate Lecturer in Printmaking, Gregory Martens, will speak about Rauschenberg’s printing process.