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Panther Prowl 2014 Route

UWM Police Chief Placed on Administrative Leave

UW-Milwaukee Police Chief Michael Marzion was placed on administrative leave on June 16 following receipt of a report by an outside independent investigator hired by the university to review a complaint filed against Marzion under UWM’s Discriminatory Conduct Policy. Marzion will remain on leave until Provost Johannes Britz issues a final decision under the policy. […]

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UWM and Discovery World team up to captivate freshmen

UWM and Discovery World team up to captivate freshmen

Want to teach engineering students about innovation? Start by teaching them biology.

Affordable Care Act Teach-In, Monday, Nov. 18

Students and the Affordable Care Act

Riedy Resignation Letter

July 3, 2013 Dear Robin: Please know that I write this letter with conflicting emotions and the utmost sincerity. Accepting the Associate Vice Chancellor for University Information Technology Services (“UITS”) position at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee was one of the proudest moments of my life. Since mid-April, I have been diligently and enthusiastically transitioning into […]

National Undergraduate Research conference

Following is a complete list of UWM students taking part in the National Undergraduate Research conference. Return to “Too early to research? ‘Not so,’ say undergrads” Title Type Subject Submitter Name Fermentation Optimizations For The Efficient Production of Thailanstatin A By Burkholderia Thailandensis Msmb43 Poster Biology Christopher Antapli Neighborhoods Project Visual Arts Exhibit Film/Photography Studies […]

Help Black Out The Klotsche For ESPNU

UWM students can guarantee their free admission to Friday’s nationally-televised men’s basketball “Black Out” battle with Green Bay by picking up a ticket voucher in advance of the game. The contest, which starts at 8 p.m. Friday and will be televised live on ESPNU, is expected to be a sellout at the Klotsche Center. All […]

UWM Guiding Values featured in chancellor’s plenary address

UWM Guiding Values featured in chancellor’s plenary address

The UWM Guiding Values were featured in Chancellor Michael R. Lovell’s Fall Semester Plenary Address.

In the News

Reviving ancient heritage The Nation – May 30, 2012 “Egypt is the cradle of civilisation and the birthplace of three monotheistic religions, so the library will very much reflect religious tolerance,” said Mohammed Aman, Dean, School of Information Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, who wrote the Bibliotheca’s manuscript-selection policy.