Academics

Sheldon and Marianne Lubar donate $10 million to create entrepreneurship center at UWM

Sheldon and Marianne Lubar donate $10 million to create entrepreneurship center at UWM

Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship will bring together, enhance and expand UWM’s strong array of entrepreneurial programs, classes and activities for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as start-up and growing companies throughout the region.

Physical therapy students help cancer survivors continue their recovery

Physical therapy students help cancer survivors continue their recovery

UWM physical therapy students work with cancer survivors in a free program to help with their recovery and improve their quality of life – another example of UWM’s community engagement.

UWM journalism students find missing photos for Vietnam Veterans Memorial

UWM journalism students find missing photos for Vietnam Veterans Memorial

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.

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin donates historical records to University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin donates historical records to University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries

Only a handful of other AIDS service organizations in the U.S. have taken similar steps to open their historical records for research.

A conversation with the writer of UWM’s ‘Slightly Bigger Women’

A conversation with the writer of UWM’s ‘Slightly Bigger Women’

Theater education major Tina Binns and Peck School of the Arts professor Anne Basting collaborated on a new play, “Slightly Bigger Women.”

When he hears “you can’t,” he says “wanna bet?”

When he hears “you can’t,” he says “wanna bet?”

Jonathan Heider’s outlook is like that of any other student at the rigorous School of Architecture and Urban Planning: Do it and don’t hold back

At UWM, students speak Milwaukee’s native language

At UWM, students speak Milwaukee’s native language

UWM has worked to build a strong American Indian Studies program, in which students can learn Anishinaabe, the ancient language that gave Milwaukee its name.

7 reasons UWM is tops for LGBT+ education

7 reasons UWM is tops for LGBT+ education

Seven reasons why the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a Top 50 LGBT+ Friendly University, as recognized by the national nonprofit Campus Pride.

Student entrepreneurs could change how athletes compete

Student entrepreneurs could change how athletes compete

The Student Startup Challenge provides funding and classroom support to help winners develop prototypes, mobile applications and business plans.

UWM senior wins opportunity to sing on stage at New York’s Metropolitan Opera

UWM senior wins opportunity to sing on stage at New York’s Metropolitan Opera

Kathryn Henry will perform at the Metropolitan Opera in New York after winning the opera company’s National Council Auditions