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Vince Rolbiecki
January 30, 2013
Run to be a senator of the Student Association at UWM!

Want to be involved in your school's Student Government? Want to get to know your Dean, and the administ...ration of your school? Want to have a voice in determining your tuition, parking, book fees and much more?

Below are the senate vacancies and their according schools.

School of Education – 3 Vacancies
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences – 1 Vacancy
Graduate School – 2 Vacancies
College of Health Sciences – 2 Vacancies
College of Letters and Science – 2 Vacancies
Lubar School of Business – 2 Vacancies
Peck School of the Arts – 1 Vacancy
Helen Bader School of Social Welfare – 2 Vacancies
School of Information Studies – 1 Vacancy

If you would like to run, message me! Thanks everyone!
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Alexander Haliwell
· May 13, 2015
Great site, very informative :) and updates are important related to UWM and our community
Jalissa Trevino
· October 26, 2015
It help u guys experience ur self and by communicating with each other .Thnks have a nice year

UWM-developed app helps protect patients’ brains during surgery.…/uwm-developed-app-helps-protect-patients-…/

Students in UWM’s App Brewery worked with doctors at the Medical College of Wisconsin to develop an app that helps guide doctors during the delicate process of brain surgery.

2016 Nobel Prize awardee leads discussion on “Inspiring Students and Science Education”
Nobel Prize winner Prof. Bernard Feringa participated in a four-person panel discussion, titled “Inspiring Students and Science Education,” hosted by the UWM Graduate School and the Milwaukee Institute for Drug Discovery. Along with Feringa, the other participants were Dr. Marija Gajdardziska-Josifovska, dean of the UWM Graduate School and professor of Physics; Dr. Douglass Stafford, director of the Milwaukee Institute for Drug Discovery and executive director of the Shimadzu Laboratory, housed in the UWM Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry; and WISN 12 News co-anchor Kathy Mykleby.
Check out the panel discussion at

Inspiring Students and Science Education Hosted by: Milwaukee Institute for Drug Discovery University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Graduate School Kenwood Interdis...

Thanks to Kathy Mykleby and WISN for covering the visit of 2016 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry Prof. Ben L. Feringa.…/uw-milwaukee-basking-in-prai…/12783638

A world-renowned Dutch scientist takes the campus by storm all for the love of discovery.

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2017
Congratulations from the Graduate School to the wonderful faculty and many students and postdocs that helped make UWM the big data hub for the discovery of gravity waves from colliding black holes. Two and a half decades of great dissertations and placements are also fruits of the UWM Physics effort. Check out the announcement and all the links available at the end of the article.…/phys…/laureates/2017/press.html, The Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize

Zilber School of Public Health launches new PhD in Epidemiology.

PhD in Epidemiology Overview The Epidemiology PhD program provides students with rigorous graduate training at a Research 1 (R1) designated public university located in the diverse Milwaukee urban setting. Graduates are prepared to conduct independent research to examine the distribution and determi...

Read the cover story from India Today about our MS in Computer Science alumnus, Satya Nadella.…/satya-nadella…/1/1056035.html

The Microsoft CEO outlines his philosophy on life, his company and the future of technology.

Well the first week of the fall semester is'd it go?

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Even the Dean viewed the eclipse today!

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Read how a recent UWM graduate student is attacking public health problems!

Kathy Staats sees her work at the University of Wisconsin Extension as a great opportunity to marshal the research resources of the UW System to address everyday public health problems at the local level. Staats, who is a coalition coach with the extension service, received her master’s degree in pu...

Join us on Sunday at the Wisconsin State Fair!!!

Happy opening day, Wisconsin State Fair! Join us Sunday for UWM Day at the State Fair. Roar like a panther, meet our student athletes, participate in a scavenger hunt and so much more!

This year’s superhero theme for UW-Milwaukee Day at Wisconsin State Fair honors UWM’s everyday heroes, who research, study and improve lives.

Finding a job after graduate school can be stressful. Read how one of our econ grads persevered and eventually landed her dream job!

After Linh Pham scored 11 quick interviews but didn’t get a job offer, “I felt like it was the end of the world,” she said. But she persisted.

Great research being done on the impact of quagga mussels on the environment!

Tiny quagga mussels have a big impact on Lake Michigan . . . and perhaps climate change. As prior researchers have demonstrated,…

Can machines be made to fix themselves? Research being done by students in the mechanical engineering program indicates that they might!

Mechanical engineers from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee hope to put a dent in the yearly number of damaged wind turbine blades worldwide with a new self-healing blade system that mimics the human circulatory system.

Wisconsin now has its FIRST accredited school of public health!

Congratulations to Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health, UW-Milwaukee receiving national accreditation this week, making it the first accredited school of p...ublic health in Wisconsin! The graduate-level school is one of only 56 other accredited schools of public health in the United States, a list that includes Harvard, Yale and Johns Hopkins universities.

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UWM's Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health received national accreditation this week from the Council on Education for Public Health, marking an important milestone in its development.

Internships are rewarding experiences for students, which can lead to endless opportunities. Here is the story of one of our graduate students and her internship in pediatric oncology social work!

UWM grad Stephanie Denzer spent a semester doing the often wrenching but vitally necessary work of helping young cancer patients and their families at the most difficult moments of their lives.

Read about a few of our graduate students who are contributing to UWM's culture of excellence in research!

Graduate student inquiry forms the backbone of UWM’s productivity as a research institution. And the quality of that work has paid off. Last year UWM was named one of the nation’s top 115 research universities as recognized by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. In Wisco...