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By Stephanie Bray on August 3, 2015
Ready to roar? UWM Day at the Wisconsin State Fair is Sunday, Aug. 9. Panthers, prospective Panthers and their families and friends are invited to join us for live music, cooking and robotics demonstrations and our trademark Roar Like a Panther contest.
By UWM News on July 30, 2015
Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship will bring together, enhance and expand UWM’s strong array of entrepreneurial programs, classes and activities for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as start-up and growing companies throughout the region.
By Guy Fiorita on July 23, 2015
Milwaukee is a city in motion. From physical therapists to gym teachers, bicycle manufacturers to dance instructors, meet seven UWM alumni who work hard to keep Milwaukee moving.
By Kathy Quirk on July 21, 2015
David Mulroy, professor emeritus of classics at UWM, recently completed a translation of the Greek tragic trilogy known as the Theban plays, about Oedipus Rex and his family. He discusses why these plays still fascinate readers and audiences today.
By Kathy Quirk on July 17, 2015
One of only three like it in the country, UWM’s MFA in performing arts: dance, allows dancers who still perform professionally to earn a degree through online work and two summer residencies.
By Graham Kilmer on July 16, 2015
Javier Tapia has been working with the United States and Mexican governments, as well as local nonprofit organizations, to bring a Mexican consulate to Milwaukee. The consulate will provide services to the growing Hispanic community in Wisconsin.
By Kris Sobczak on July 13, 2015
UWM physical therapy students work with cancer survivors in a free program to help with their recovery and improve their quality of life – another example of UWM’s community engagement.
By Erin O’Donnell on June 29, 2015
At UW-Milwaukee, a host of sustainability programs and courses are reducing UWM’s environmental impact, using state resources efficiently and preparing students for careers in the sustainability professions. The university’s efforts are getting national attention. The Princeton Review has featured UWM in its annual guide to green colleges for seven consecutive years. Next up for UWM: Bublr Bikes this fall.
By M.L. Johnson on June 24, 2015
When the Rolling Stones wanted a choir to sing with them during Tuesday’s performance at Summerfest, the legendary rockers found what they needed at UWM. Two dozen members of the school’s elite choral group joined them on stage at the world’s largest music festival.
By Chris Baylor on June 23, 2015
UWM student Alexis Dean, a hip-hop artist known as L.E.X., will perform at Summerfest on Thursday, June 25, after winning the “Land the Big Gig” competition.