Stories

Ruining the Ruins?

Ruining the Ruins?

Senior Erin Nordloh hopped a plane to Mexico to explore the effects of acid rain on Mexico’s ancient ruins.

Two paths to Boston, but the same finish line

Two paths to Boston, but the same finish line

Two members of the UWM community were deeply moved by the experience of running the 2104 Boston Marathon.

Mone appointed UW-Milwaukee interim chancellor

Mone appointed UW-Milwaukee interim chancellor

Mark Mone will serve as UWM’s interim chancellor following the departure of Chancellor Michael R. Lovell next month.

Classic, controversial YA novel named 2014 ‘Common Read’

Classic, controversial YA novel named 2014 ‘Common Read’

Sherman Alexie’s award-winning young-adult novel, “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.”

Hunger Cleanup 2014

Hunger Cleanup 2014

Students, faculty and staff of UWM, joined by the nonprofit Interfaith Older Adult Programs, paired up to help repair the homes of older adults .

Denim Day raises awareness of sexual assault

Denim Day raises awareness of sexual assault

UWM is joining the city and other local colleges and universities in marking Denim Day, Wednesday, April 23.

‘Invisible Newcomers’ revealed in research on refugees

‘Invisible Newcomers’ revealed in research on refugees

Refugees from Burma/Myanmar and Bhutan subject of newly published study.

Hip Hip, Hey There, Hooray: It’s Milwaukee Day

Hip Hip, Hey There, Hooray: It’s Milwaukee Day

Read for yourself some of the things that make us most proud to be the region’s premier urban institution.

Sendik’s and UWM partner to bring nutritional info to shoppers

Sendik’s and UWM partner to bring nutritional info to shoppers

Registered dietitians at UWM will provide the analyses using software donated by the local grocer.

Jobs with a Serious Impact: Work-Study in MKE

Jobs with a Serious Impact: Work-Study in MKE

UWM students find a way to help pay for their education while helping others.