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Changing stereotypes, encouraging young African-American men

Changing stereotypes, encouraging young African-American men

UWM is working to change the stereotypes and the prospects for young African-American males through a collaborative effort called the African American Male Initiative.

Starting small, Foundation helps all of UWM to grow

Starting small, Foundation helps all of UWM to grow

The UWM Foundation has helped tens of thousands of students complete their education, raised millions of dollars for facilities, and helped spark innovation and research.

UWM Panther Arena in 30 SECONDS!

UWM Panther Arena in 30 SECONDS!

Putting the final touches on the exterior of the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena!

The colors of campus

The colors of campus

Leaves are turning every shade of red, orange and yellow on our bright, beautiful campus.

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.

On your mark, get set, Prowl!

On your mark, get set, Prowl!

More than 1,400 runners took on the 10th annual Panther Prowl 5K. The run/walk is sponsored by the UWM Alumni Association.

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.

Turning learning into a communal experience

Turning learning into a communal experience

The Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons, opened in 2009, transformed 32,500 square feet on the west side of the Golda Meir Library into an open, communal learning space.

New research tools help find genetic links to disease

New research tools help find genetic links to disease

Paul Auer, an assistant professor of biostatistics in UWM’s Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health, uses mathematics and computers as his tools in the fight against heart disease.