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Zilber School, Brewery complex win LEED certification

Zilber School, Brewery complex win LEED certification

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health received the LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies

‘Borders, Boundaries and Peace’ conference to explore challenges

Tthe conference features a variety of presentations by faculty, students and professionals from Wisconsin and throughout the U.S.

UWM Chancellor Lovell  Addresses Online Learning Revolution

UWM Chancellor Lovell Addresses Online Learning Revolution

Chancellor Michael Lovell’s spring semester plenary address “Getting It Right: Marrying our values with the learning revolution.”

UWM Real Estate Foundation Announces First Private Sector Development at Innovation Campus

ABB Inc. and Zilber Property Group have entered into a Letter of Intent to develop a three-story, Class A office building at Innovation Campus.

Kyle Swanson, associate professor of Mathematical Sciences, gives the January Science Bag lecture.

January Science Bag asks ‘Weird Weather or Climate Change?’

Kyle Swanson, associate professor of Mathematical Sciences will talk about weather trends in his Science Bag lecture.

UW System unveils first Flexible Option degree programs

The UW System is expected to be the first public university system in the nation to offer this kind of competency-based, self-paced learning option.

WCCR Director Carmel Ruffolo

WCCR offers a ‘front door’ for budding state entrepreneurs

UWM is part of a new statewide University Center that will stimulate commercialization and startups, and support entrepreneurs.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Don Behm (left) interviews Rudi Strickler, Shaw Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences, about his grant from the EPA’s Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. (Photo by Kristen Scheuing)

EPA grant supports UWM effort to monitor Great Lakes invasives

Rudy Strickler will work to find a more efficient method of monitoring incoming invasive species.

UWM poll: improved views of state’s economy among those struggling financially

Evaluations of Wisconsin’s current economy have improved significantly among those who describe their current personal financial situation as “poor” or “fair.”

UWM Smokeout event Nov. 15

UWM Smokeout event Nov. 15

The Norris Health Center and the UWM Peer Health Educators are holding a quit-smoking event in the Union Concourse.