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UWM Officer Craig Rafferty, a former Milwaukee police officer, talks to visiting high school students about interacting with police. Photos by Kenny Yoo.

Milwaukee youth and police talk tactics, truth at UWM summit

UWM University Police officers and a group of young black men met at a university-sponsored summit.

UWM hosts Dec. 17 Dream.Plan.Act summit for young African American men

The summit aims to shift the conversation from limitations to possibilities for young black men, according to organizers.

Mark A. Mone

Mark A. Mone named new UW-Milwaukee chancellor

Mone will step into his new leadership post immediately.

Johnson Controls creates endowed professorship at UWM and UW-Madison

Johnson Controls creates endowed professorship at UWM and UW-Madison

Renewable energy chemist Deyang Qu has been named as Johnson Controls Endowed Professor in Energy Storage Research.

UWM team the first to “see” atomic changes in proteins with an X-ray laser

UWM team the first to “see” atomic changes in proteins with an X-ray laser

What made it possible were the ultra-short X-ray pulses of a Free Electron Laser (XFEL).

Steven A. Davis receives UWM Alumni Association Lifetime Achievement Award

Steven A. Davis receives UWM Alumni Association Lifetime Achievement Award

Davis serves as chairman of the board and is chief executive officer of Bob Evans Farms Inc.

UW-Milwaukee chancellor finalists named

University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross today announced three finalists for the position of chancellor at UW-Milwaukee.

Alan Shoho named dean of UWM’s School of Education

Alan Shoho named dean of UWM’s School of Education

Shoho comes to UWM from the University of Texas at San Antonio where he serves as associate vice provost for academic and faculty support

Amy Kalkbrenner

UWM researcher adds to evidence linking autism to air pollutants

A UWM researcher has added to a growing body of evidence that links autism to air pollutants such as those generated by cars and trucks.

UWM Study: Patients withhold information from electronic records

New research by a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Sociology professor shows that attitudes surrounding electronic health care records could be putting patients at risk.