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By Laura L. Otto on March 24, 2014
The largest moving observatory in the world will become a flying classroom for 24 teachers, including Jean Creighton.
By Angela McManaman on March 16, 2014
Contemporary conceptual artist, curator and double UWM alumna Michelle Grabner returns to INOVA on March 24.
By Kathy Quirk on February 17, 2014
Working in the community allows UWM students to practice what they’ve been learning in the classroom.
By UWM News on February 6, 2014
This year’s selection highlights four women filmmakers, Chantal Akerman, Lorraine Lévy, Maïwenn and Sophie Lellouche.
By UWM News on January 30, 2014
Look into the present lives, rich history and diverse perspectives of African Americans and the African Diaspora.
By Beth Stafford on January 17, 2014
The Department of Dance leaps into the spring semester Jan. 23-26 with “Winterdances: Past Moving Forward.”
By Troy Rummler on January 10, 2014
UWM math professors teach middle and high schoolers how to find creative solutions to unconventional math problems through the UWM Math Circle.
By Moira Harrington on December 23, 2013
UWM supplied the Shedd Aquarium with the biological equivalent of 135 million years of Great Lakes ecosystem history in the form of 14 lake sturgeon.
By Kathy Quirk on December 5, 2013
The current exhibition at the UWM Art History Gallery grew out of the curator’s double major.
By UWM News on November 25, 2013
The Gold Rating is the highest possible recognition given by the national organization and only fourteen chapters in the country met the standards of this level out of over 300 chapters.