Academics

Grad student helps take TheraBracelet to the market

Grad student helps take TheraBracelet to the market

The device allows anyone with a loss of fine motor skills to go about their daily routines and maintain independence.

Rookies reaping results

Rookies reaping results

Eighteen UWM students won what is considered the top professional award for investigative broadcast journalism.

“Working with nature has helped my soul”

“Working with nature has helped my soul”

Through her service-learning course, Kirkwood began to apply the class content to her service with River Revitalization.

After an endless winter, campus blooms

After an endless winter, campus blooms

A wet and coolish spring delayed planting a bit, but by last week the campus was abloom in flowerbeds.

Class project offers 365 days of Russian

Class project offers 365 days of Russian

The 2015 calendar, “Russian Rulit” or “Russian Rocks,” was created during the 2014 spring semester by students in Russian 311.

‘Body Worlds’ and UWM students at Milwaukee Public Museum

‘Body Worlds’ and UWM students at Milwaukee Public Museum

Students from the College of Health Science’s Doctor of Physical Therapy are volunteers at the “Body Worlds & The Cycle of Life” exhibit.

2014 Commencement

2014 Commencement

Share your impressions of commencement weekend on Twitter with hashtag #uwmgrad and we’ll choose our favorites to feature.

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.

Kenilworth Open Studios 2014

Kenilworth Open Studios 2014

250 students and faculty members invited the public to explore 65 studios throughout six floors.

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.”