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By Kathy Quirk on May 17, 2015
The Faces Never Forgotten program is part of a national effort to find approximately 18,000 missing photos for a digital Wall of Faces planned for the new Vietnam veterans Education Center at The Wall in Washington, D.C.
By UWM News on May 16, 2015
The past five years have seen a surge in awareness and programming as UWM has expanded and deepened its focus on student veterans.
By Laura L. Otto on May 11, 2015
In an age where processed foods dominate our diets, UWM researchers are working to give us a fuller picture of why we consume certain foods – and how we can eat healthier.
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin donates historical records to University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries
By UWM News on May 5, 2015
Only a handful of other AIDS service organizations in the U.S. have taken similar steps to open their historical records for research.
By Kathy Quirk and Sara L. Nelson on April 17, 2015
The journey from Milwaukee to Hollywood is shorter than you’d think for graduates of UWM’s Department of Film, Video, Animation, and New Genres and other Peck School of the Arts programs.
By Kimberly J. Willems on April 17, 2015
Theater education major Tina Binns and Peck School of the Arts professor Anne Basting collaborated on a new play, “Slightly Bigger Women.”
By UWM News on April 16, 2015
Students, staff and faculty are encouraged to show their support for the university with this social media contest. You can win a pizza party or baseball game with Chancellor Mark Mone!
By Erin O’Donnell on April 15, 2015
UWM’s Life Impact Program supports student-parents as they navigate the demands of college and parenting.
By Graham Kilmer on April 14, 2015
“Clarence,” a documentary about Clarence Garrett, thought to be the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s oldest graduate at 87, will have its world premier