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UW-Milwaukee chancellor search committee named

MADISON – University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross today appointed a 27-member search and screen committee to help identify a successor to UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Michael R. Lovell, who announced on March 26 that he had been named the first lay president of Marquette University in Milwaukee. Cross appointed 14 UW-Milwaukee faculty members, two academic […]

Four receiving honorary degrees from UWM at May 18 commencement

Four notable leaders in their fields – law, engineering, history, and business and public service – will receive honorary degrees.

UWM hosts International Dessert Competition April 23

UWM students will share a taste of the cultures of many countries from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Greene Hall.

Yiddish theatre is moving into the 21st Century.

The Digital Yiddish Theatre Project will gather at UWM March 27-29 for a series of planning workshops and public events.

Public Health Week at UWM April 7-12

The Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) will celebrate National Public Health Week with a number of events. On Monday, April 7, students from the school will be in the UWM Union Concourse, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd., from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. sharing information on public health topics […]

Pushing and pulling: Using strain to tune a new quantum material

Pushing and pulling: Using strain to tune a new quantum material

Research into a recently discovered class of materials shows they have the necessary characteristics to develop ultra-energy efficient electronics.

Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters features UWM researchers

The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters hosts a public lecture by a distinguished professor at UWM on Tuesday, March 25.

2014 UWM New Venture Business Plan Competition winners announced

UWM engineering student Alex Francis was awarded the $7,500 grand prize in the Competition

Statewide high school science competition at UWM March 22

A showdown of the state’s top high school students in science, technology, engineering and math takes place at (UWM).

These images show the comparison between the simulated image transported through the researchers’ new optical fiber (top) and a commercially available endoscopy imaging fiber (bottom).(Image by Salman Karbasi)

Novel optical fibers transmit high-quality images

Issued by: Laura L. Hunt, 414-229-6447, 2/25/2014 MILWAUKEE – After having recently discovered a new way to propagate multiple beams of light through a single strand of optical fiber, engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) now have found that their novel fiber architecture can transmit images with a quality that is comparable or […]