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Best of 2014: Researching ‘New Gravity’

Best of 2014: Researching ‘New Gravity’

A vital role of a research institution is to support investigations that may lead our minds far beyond our workaday world.

Best of 2014: Nadella Named Microsoft CEO

Best of 2014: Nadella Named Microsoft CEO

Satya Nadella is remembered as an extremely talented graduate student.

Best of 2014: UWM an LGBT+-Friendly campus

Best of 2014: UWM an LGBT+-Friendly campus

UWM has been recognized as one of the top 50 LGBT+-friendly colleges and universities for 2014, and the only one in Wisconsin.

Best of 2014: School of Freshwater Sciences grows

Best of 2014: School of Freshwater Sciences grows

UWM is taking advantage of its location on a Great Lake to become a global leader in freshwater policy, technology, and science.

Best of 2014: UWM’s Ninth Chancellor named

Best of 2014: UWM’s Ninth Chancellor named

“UW-Milwaukee is a vitally important academic institution with an impressive alumni base, strong research profile, and deep community engagements.”

For Mone, students, research, engagement are key priorities

For Mone, students, research, engagement are key priorities

Mone won’t personally solve all those problems, but he can give students “a mechanism and a voice” that gets their needs met.

Take Five with MKE Basketball’s Starting Five

Take Five with MKE Basketball’s Starting Five

You don’t have to wait until the lights go up and the crowd starts to roar at the Panther Arena to get to know your UWM Panthers better.

UWM team the first to “see” atomic changes in proteins with an X-ray laser

UWM team the first to “see” atomic changes in proteins with an X-ray laser

What made it possible were the ultra-short X-ray pulses of a Free Electron Laser (XFEL).

UWM Spotlight on Excellence: “Wheelchair Day”

UWM Spotlight on Excellence: “Wheelchair Day”

Once or twice a year, local rehabilitation equipment vendors pull up to the College of Health Sciences with three vans full of wheelchairs.

Life Impact Program for student parents

Life Impact Program for student parents

Shaquita Glenn, a successful alumna of UWM’s s innovative Life Impact Program is now a graduate student in Educational Psychology.