Academics

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.

Service, southern cooking, scenery dominate 2014 ASB

Service, southern cooking, scenery dominate 2014 ASB

Several UWM students and staff took an alternative route and volunteered their time this spring break to southern-style service work.

Three options to study crime analysis at UWM

Three options to study crime analysis at UWM

HBSSW offers crime analysis classes – online and in person – to current UWM students in any major and to any college graduates.

Engineering partnership touches lives of students, seniors

Engineering partnership touches lives of students, seniors

University researchers and a team of middle schoolers are working together to build a hand mobility device for seniors with disabilities.

Scenes from an upset

Scenes from an upset

Did a team ever peak at a better time? Enjoy some scenes from the men’s basketball team’s Horizon League Championship triump! [nggallery id=14]

UWM sport psychology consultant in Sochi

UWM sport psychology consultant in Sochi

Barbara Meyer is a sport psychology consultant for members of the Australian Freestyle Ski Team and the U.S. men’s hockey team.

Spotlight on Excellence: The (new) “Happiest Place on Earth”

Spotlight on Excellence: The (new) “Happiest Place on Earth”

UWM Children’s Learning Center left its old home in the Kunkle Building and moved to the Northwest Quad.

Autism in another language inspires alumna

Autism in another language inspires alumna

A growing interest in teaching and a desire to help Milwaukee’s Spanish-speaking community started Celina Echeveste on her career path.

New greenhouse enhances research and teaching

New greenhouse enhances research and teaching

The facility stands toe-to-toe with those at leading research institutions across the country.

2013 in Review: Light as medicine? UWM researchers explain how

2013 in Review: Light as medicine? UWM researchers explain how

Scientists have known for years that certain wavelengths of light in certain doses can heal, but they are only now uncovering exactly how it works.