Impact

Are you ready to vote?

Are you ready to vote?

The University and the Student Association have been working to ensure you can take these three step to making your vote count:

The Campus Wild

The Campus Wild

Several natural communities rely on UWM to be a strong steward of the environment and a leader in environmental sustainability.

Professor’s Ebola response inspired by anxiety, advocacy, need for global health equity

Professor’s Ebola response inspired by anxiety, advocacy, need for global health equity

Aaron Buseh, an associate professor inUWM’s College of Nursing and expert on global public health, grew up in Liberia, one of the countries affected by Ebola.

Professor documents lives of the undocumented

Professor documents lives of the undocumented

Undocumented college students who have achieved legal status in the U.S. because of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival are living their lives two years at a time.

A Freshwater Odyssey

A Freshwater Odyssey

UWM celebrated the opening of the expanded home of its School of Freshwater Sciences on Milwaukee’s inner harbor Sept. 12-13.

Research partners work toward a cleaner South Shore

Research partners work toward a cleaner South Shore

All too often, a day at the beach becomes a risky activity when advisories are issued because of elevated bacteria levels.

MKE Panther turns pro – in the NFL

MKE Panther turns pro – in the NFL

UWM men’s basketball player Demetrius Harris is living out a dream by playing professional sports.

Testing the waters for triathlon swimmers

Testing the waters for triathlon swimmers

Thanks to UWM assistant professors, athletes had access to up-to-the-minute water temperature and bacteria level measurements.

UWM New Student Orientation: Welcome, Class of 2018!

UWM New Student Orientation: Welcome, Class of 2018!

This summer, 3,500 future Panthers toured campus as part of UWM New Student Orientation.

Students help to build trust in a neighborhood

Students help to build trust in a neighborhood

A group of Bay View High School students set out to map a neighborhood and ended up bringing the neighborhood together.