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By Marie Rohde on August 27, 2015
New active learning classrooms with an emphasis on technology are changing instruction at UWM and at universities around the United States.
By Graham Kilmer on August 25, 2015
The UWM App Brewery has released the latest version of the UWM app, with updated news, events and weather pages.
By Graham Kilmer on August 24, 2015
Spurred by a desire to help her boyfriend, who uses a wheelchair, UWM student Caroline Roberts is helping to make Bradford Beach more accessible for those with disabilities.
By Kathy Quirk on August 24, 2015
Students from UWM’s Peck School of the Arts and the University of Wisconsin System’s Institute for Urban Education helped a local nonprofit organization provide backpacks and school supplies to low-income families.
By Alex Vagelatos on August 21, 2015
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.
By Sarah Mann on August 20, 2015
UWM sociologist A. Aneesh says the future can be glimpsed in the call centers of India, where workers adjust their hours to meet the needs of customers thousands of miles away and adopt globally acceptable names, accents and habits.
By Stephanie Bray on August 13, 2015
UWM’s Labor Day weekend festivities and PANTHERFEST kick off Sept. 4 with Twenty One Pilots and Hoodie Allen performing at the Marcus Amphitheater.
By Kathy Quirk on August 10, 2015
Robert Smith, UWM’s associate vice chancellor for Global Inclusion & Engagement, helped write the Milwaukee Public Schools new “Black Lives Matter” resolution. Smith also mentors young black men at Wauwatosa West High School through a voluntary program that offers a safe, confidential place to talk about everything from becoming a man to sexuality to integration to academics.
By Carolyn Bucior on August 7, 2015
Students in a new class about aging will bypass the classroom and instead meet at a local retirement community, where residents will help teach. Sharing first-hand stories about aging-related issues may help residents and students alike.
By UWM News on August 6, 2015
ecampusA new partnership between University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and eCampus.com could save students up to 60 percent on their textbooks, helping to keep higher education affordable.