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By Kathy Quirk on February 6, 2013
Once a “think tank” for Marquette Electronics, the two-story Cozzens and Cudahy Research Center building will be “a place of STEM innovation for the STEM pipeline.”
By Laura L. Hunt on January 22, 2013
What began as a quest to procure the right kind of raw materials from vendors became ongoing process improvement.
By Kathy Quirk on January 14, 2013
Adult students are finding support in reaching their goals through the federally funded Educational Opportunity Center.
By UWM News on January 7, 2013
The creators of the new Encyclopedia Milwaukee website discuss the process of creating this important local resource that will chronicle the history of Milwaukee.
By UWM News on January 2, 2013
Criminal justice graduate Eric Jergenson played a prominent role in the arrest and subsequent interrogations of Najibulla Zazi.
By UWM News on December 27, 2012
If it seems as though the entire campus is under construction this semester, that’s because, well, it is. UWM’s “big build” was sparked three years ago when the state legislature approved $240 million in building bonds to expand UWM facilities. Today, six substantial projects are getting underway, with one – the downtown building that now [...]
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By Carolyn Bucior on December 4, 2012
Actors embrace atypical gig to help train child welfare caseworkers at UWM.
By Erin Nordloh on November 30, 2012
Three UWM students recently received awards recognizing their leadership and community service efforts.
By Beth Stafford on November 19, 2012
The Institute of Visual Arts (Inova) at UWM is featuring an exhibition through Dec. 9 of work by the artists who received Nohl Fund Fellowships in 2011.