UWM Today

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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee plays a vital role in shaping the future of Milwaukee and Wisconsin. Meet the people behind the creativity and discoveries at UW-Milwaukee on UWM Today.

On the first Thursday of every month, WUWM's Dave Edwards talks to UWM's Chancellor Mark Mone on the Chancellor's Report.

Jon Strelecki

How much alcohol do you drink each day? It is a direct question that should allow for a straightforward answer. 

UW-Milwaukee's new chancellor, Mark Monee, discusses his agenda for the University, the challenges he faces and his perspective entering the new job.

Jon Strelecki

One of the most amazing functions of our brain may be the ability to form a memory and then recall it later.

Jon Strelecki

As college students head back to campuses across America, many of us who made that same journey in the past can recall the wonder and excitement of heading into the classroom to begin a new chapter in our education. 

Jon Strelecki

Autism is one of the most baffling disorders affecting children. 

Jon Strelecki

 

UWM launches an important project called a microgrid. It that will be vital to the region's power, energy and control industry cluster.

Anyone involved in manufacturing knows how complicated the process of designing, building and shipping a product can be.

At UW-Milwaukee, a great deal of thought and expertise is devoted to the study of those supply chains between a customer and the manufacturer.

On this edition of UWM Today, host Tom Luljak talks with Anthony Ross, who is the Rockwell Automation Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Management in the Lubar School of Business.

Jon Strelecki

With more Americans living longer, the study of our aging population continues to be an important research area. 

Jon Strelecki

Na Jin Seo, an assistant professor of engineering, and her former student, Leah Enders, have developed a wearable device that increases touch sensitivity in the hand.

Jon Strelecki

Over the past few years, we have talked a great a deal on this program about the big physical changes occurring at UWM. 

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