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UWM Planetarium Director blasts off with NASA

UWM Planetarium Director blasts off with NASA

Director of the UWM Planetarium Jean Creighton took a NASA flight into the stratosphere onboard the world’s largest moving observatory.

At long last: A concrete that’s nearly maintenance-free

At long last: A concrete that’s nearly maintenance-free

Scott Muzenski, a civil engineering graduate student, had been working on a new kind of high-performance concrete.

36th Annual Latin American Film Series

36th Annual Latin American Film Series

Films are shown in their original languages with English subtitles; they are not rated and many include adult content.

Spotlight on Excellence: Shea’s New Hand

Spotlight on Excellence: Shea’s New Hand

When nine-year-old Shea Stollenwerk asked for a hand for Christmas, UWM’s Frankie Flood knew he could help.

Service, southern cooking, scenery dominate 2014 ASB

Service, southern cooking, scenery dominate 2014 ASB

Several UWM students and staff took an alternative route and volunteered their time this spring break to southern-style service work.

UWM planetarium director to fly in NASA observatory

UWM planetarium director to fly in NASA observatory

The largest moving observatory in the world will become a flying classroom for 24 teachers, including Jean Creighton.

McClellan caps Panther career with All-American honors

McClellan caps Panther career with All-American honors

For the second-straight year, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee senior became an NCAA First-Team All-American.

Three options to study crime analysis at UWM

Three options to study crime analysis at UWM

HBSSW offers crime analysis classes – online and in person – to current UWM students in any major and to any college graduates.

Protecting the most vulnerable from environmental risks

Protecting the most vulnerable from environmental risks

Early research experience inspired Ruth Etzel to pursue a career studying the environmental hazards impacting children.

Panthers are done, but not down

Panthers are done, but not down

It was an emotional locker room, but also one filled with gratitude.