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Flags at half-staff to honor slain peace officers

Flags at half-staff to honor slain peace officers

Beginning at sunrise and ending at sunset.

$400,000 Zilber gift establishes public health scholarships at UWM

Over the next four years, the gift will provide up to 16 doctoral and 48 master’s scholarships through this program.

UW-Milwaukee chancellor search committee named

A 27-member search and screen committee will help identify a successor to Chancellor Michael R. Lovell.

Four receiving honorary degrees from UWM at May 18 commencement

Four notable leaders in their fields – law, engineering, history, and business and public service – will receive honorary degrees.

IT United Technology Career Fair April 29

The career fair was created to educate high school students about the technology industry, and to encourage them to pursue careers in technology.

UWM’s Zilber School of Public Health adds three advanced degrees

New masters-level tracks in biostatistics, epidemiology, and public health policy and administration.

Indigenous people are one possible topic for the research funded through the new C21 grant.

Center for 21st Century Studies selected for Mellon Foundation grant

How does the proliferation of networked social media impact research in the humanities?

Harvard expert discusses prison policy April 26

Harvard expert discusses prison policy April 26

Bruce Western speaks on “Reform, Redemption and Mass Incarceration.”

UWM conference looks at a world “After Capitalism” April 25-26

UWM brings together an international group of scholars to analyze the possibilities and potentials of the time after capitalism.

UWM hosts International Dessert Competition April 23

UWM students will share a taste of the cultures of many countries from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Greene Hall.