UWM in the News

Medical College and App Brewery collaborate on health care apps

Students at UWM’s App Brewery will develop mobile apps to track concussion symptoms, to get vital information on dosage needs in emergencies, and to receive transgender health consultations.

UWM in the News: Week Ending June 4, 2015

Preserving Native American Languages at UWM WUWM‎ – May 28, 2015 The Anishinaabe Language, used by Native Americans from the Ojibwe, Potawatomi and Odawa tribes is being taught by Meg Noodin (English). She is passionate about preserving a major part of the culture of native Americans in our region. Psychologist finds link between PTSD and […]

McBride helps find photos of Minnesota war dead

McBride helps find photos of Minnesota war dead

McBride’s journalism classes recently helped complete the hunt for photos of the 1,161Wisconsin service members who died in Vietnam.

UWM in the News: Week Ending May 28, 2015

The failure of economic development in Baltimore – and Milwaukee Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 23, 2015 Here in Milwaukee, there are lessons to be learned from Baltimore’s economic development failures. Joint Finance Members Prepare to Burn the Midnight Oil WUWM – May 25, 2015 Mordecai Lee (Governmental Affairs) believes Walker wants to have a […]

UWM in the News: Week Ending May 21, 2015

ARCW donates its archives to UWM Libraries Wisconsin Gazette – May 8, 2015 ARCW recently donated its entire collection to the UWM Libraries. The historical materials demonstrate many of the challenges that ARCW and its predecessors faced in their advocacy. The libraries’ archives will maintain the collection for students, researchers, documentarians and everyone else who […]

UWM in the News: Week ending May 7, 2015

Shepherding in the Digital Age Express Milwaukee – April 28, 2015 As Marc Tasman (Journalism) explains, All forms of media evolve through a process called ‘mediamorphasis.’ Technological shifts create new means for expression and distribution.

UWM in the News: April 30, 2015

Nepalese Families in Shorewood share concerns about loved ones Newsradio 620 WTMJ – April 26, 2015 The devastating earthquake that hit Nepal hit close to home here in Wisconsin. “When it hit, the whole history is pretty much gone explained Kalyani Rai (Community Studies).

UWM in the News, Week Ending April 23, 2015

Turning UWM Students’ Ideas into Startup Companies, Part 2
WUWM – Apr 16, 2015
More than half of the new freshmen coming to universities today say they plan on working for themselves. At UWM, there is a wonderful program that helps students do just that. It’s called the Student Start Up Challenge.

UWM in the News: Week ending April 16, 2015

NEWS Smart Sewers Will Reveal What’s in Cambridge Citizens’ Guts IEEE Spectrum – April 10, 2015 a MIT team is beginning an ambitious project that aims to understand the wellbeing of a city by tracking its residents’ biological and chemical waste. Eventually, with robotic samplers placed below the streets, Cambridge may have a “smart sewer” that […]

UWM in the News, week ending March 27, 2015

UW System offers ‘Flex’ible degree path Appleton Post Crescent – Mar 20, 2015 the Flex Degree program through the UW System offers students the opportunity to work through courses at their own pace by proving they have mastered concepts through tests and quizzes. UWM is the only four-year school in the UW System to offer […]