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Play wrestles with issues of Latino family, heritage and culture

Play wrestles with issues of Latino family, heritage and culture

“Luchadora” was written by a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) faculty member, who has roots in Wisconsin and Texas.

UWM hosts Wisconsin’s top high school science students

UWM hosts Wisconsin’s top high school science students

Winning teams from around the country will be invited to compete in the National Science Olympiad, May 13-15, at the University of Nebraska.

Wisconsin Science Olympiad Takes Over UWM Friday and Saturday

Northwestern Mutual is sponsoring this team-based competition, covering a range of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) topics.

NO-HITTER! Panthers No-Hit Yellowjackets In 7-0 Victory

NO-HITTER! Panthers No-Hit Yellowjackets In 7-0 Victory

Freshman Alex McIntosh and senior Mike Schneider combined to throw the first no-hitter in Panther baseball history.

From the mountains of Laos, to UWM scholar, now one of Wisconsin’s honored

From the mountains of Laos, to UWM scholar, now one of Wisconsin’s honored

Chia Youyee Vang, associate professor of history, is among the first 50 women chosen for the new Wisconsin Women Making History website.

A network of pulsars being used to search for gravitational waves, or ripples in space-time predicted by general relativity. These waves cause changes in the arrival times of pulsar radio signals. They are detectable from Earth with sensitive radio timing observations. Left: The 300-m Arecibo Observatory in Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Right: The 100-m Green Bank Telescope in Green Bank, West Virginia. 
(Image credit: David Champion, NAIC, NRAO)
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UWM leads search for quintessential information about universe

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and partners will advance efforts to detect low-frequency gravitational waves in the universe with a $14.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation .

The Gouldian finch was one of 977 species examined by UWM biologist Peter Dunn and his research partners in a worldwide study of the evolution of bird colors. This photograph shows a male.

UWM study shows survival shapes birds’ plumage as much as need to attract mates

Natural selection – during migration, breeding in subtropical locales and care of young – is as powerful as sexual selection.

Journalists discuss Ukraine conflict experiences

Two journalists on the information frontlines will talk about their experiences in a series of discussions March 25-31 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

University School of Milwaukee eighth grader Ryan Kennedy talks about his presentation on Teddy Roosevelt and the national parks system.

Hundreds of middle and high school students compete in History Day at UWM

History Day at UWM is the single largest outreach event connecting the university to secondary school students each year.

UWM’s Science Bag rocks out in March

UWM’s Science Bag rocks out in March

Whatever rock genre you’re into – classic rock, soft rock or alternative rock, the Badger state has all three. But they’re not on your iPod – they lie just beneath your feet.