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By Laura L. Hunt on January 17, 2013
“I am always struck by the impact of our faculty, students and alumni on the skyline of Milwaukee and beyond.”
By UWM News on January 7, 2013
Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls, a world leader in energy technology, has partnered with UW-Milwaukee for cutting-edge energy storage research and development.
By UWM News on January 2, 2013
Engineers at UWM have identified a catalyst that provides the efficiency of the currently used catalyst, but at 5% of the cost.
By UWM News on December 27, 2012
Women who smoke in pregnancy may be more likely to have a child with high-functioning autism, such as Asperger’s Disorder, according to preliminary findings from a study by researchers involved in the U.S. autism surveillance program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “It has long been known that autism is an umbrella term [...]
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By Kathy Quirk on December 6, 2012
Families are relying on technology more and more to keep in touch, but family dynamics play a role in choosing which technologies they use for communicating.
By UWM News on December 5, 2012
The Ellen Show visited Milwaukee on Tuesday, Dec. 4, and our students showed up in full force. The segment will air on Wednesday, Dec. 5.
By Laura L. Hunt on November 27, 2012
UWM’s Industrial Assessment Center is the only center of its kind in Wisconsin and the largest of the 24 funded nationwide.
By Nicole Sweeney Etter on November 2, 2012
UWM professors of dance and kinesiology are studying the 100-year-old Alexander Technique to learn how increased awareness of psycho-physical habits affect the brain.
By Kathy Quirk on October 24, 2012
A student who didn’t show up for an appointment inspired Susana Muñoz to research the experiences of undocumented students
By Beth Stafford on October 11, 2012
TCARE Navigator LLC, a Milwaukee-based start-up, will commercialize an innovative caregiver support system developed UWM.