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Meet the people behind the creativity and discoveries at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.

Meet the people behind the creativity and discoveries at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.

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Milwaukee, WI

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Meet the people behind the creativity and discoveries at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.

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English


Episodes

Chancellor's Report: Journalism & The Importance Of Accurate, Accessible, And Balanced Information

9/3/2021
On this Chancellor’s Report we’ll talk about the important role journalists play to ensure citizens have the information they need—and that the information is accurate, accessible, and balanced with respect to equity and diversity.

Duration:00:27:56

Chancellor's Report: Diversity & Issues Of Access In Milwaukee

8/9/2021
On this Chancellor’s Report, we’ll talk about issues of access and diversity in Milwaukee and the persistent challenges that come with making societal changes.

Duration:00:27:56

Chancellor's Report: Recap of UWM's 2020-21 Academic Year

7/8/2021
A recap of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's 2020-21 academic year — its challenges, triumphs and unprecedented changes.

Duration:00:28:57

Chancellor's Report: A Look Back On Tom Luljak's Career At UWM

6/3/2021
On the latest edition of the Chancellor's Report, Chancellor Mark Mone and WUWM General Manager John Hess talk with Tom Luljak, outgoing UWM Vice Chancellor of University Relations.

Duration:00:28:26

The Impact Of Race And Racism On Personal Health

5/27/2021
On this edition of UWM Today we’re going to hear from some of the people involved in a special spring issue of the Wisconsin Medical Journal that was dedicated to the affects of race and racism on health.

Duration:00:28:55

Exploring The Impact Of Race And Racism On Health

5/27/2021
After the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, people across the country have taken a hard look at the impact racism is having in our communities.

Duration:00:28:55

How UWM's Center For Water Policy Advocates For Better Water Solutions

5/20/2021
On this edition of UWM Today we’re going to focus on UWM’s Center for Water Policy. The Center has a new director, Melissa Scanlan, and she is our guest on this week’s edition of the program.

Duration:00:28:55

Chancellor's Report: Conversation With UWM Military & Veteran Community Leaders

5/6/2021
On today’s Chancellor’s Report we’ll talk about what life is like for military and veteran students returning to UWM. Two military and veteran students and leadership from the Military & Veterans Resource Center (MAVRC) share their perspectives.

Duration:00:28:26

New Milwaukee Company Working To Treat Wounds More Effectively

4/30/2021
On this edition of UWM Today, we’re going to learn how smartphones and artificial intelligence may be the key to helping people heal faster.

Duration:00:28:26

How The Pandemic Is Shaping The Future Of The Entertainment Industry

4/15/2021
On this edition of UWM Today we talk about how theaters have been able to survive during the pandemic and what the future holds for the entertainment business going forward. Joining us are Jocelyn Szczepaniak-Gillece, associate professor of English and Film Studies at UWM and Brent Hazleton, artistic director of the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre.

Duration:00:29:05

'Upskilling': How UWM Is Helping Train Employees On New Technology

4/8/2021
As new technology continues to enter the workplace, employers everywhere are struggling to make sure their employees know how to use that technology. It’s called “upskilling”, and without it, many workers are at risk of becoming obsolete.

Duration:00:28:26

Chancellor's Report: How UWM & The Medical College Of Wisconsin Are Working Together

4/1/2021
A conversation about the partnerships between UWM and the Medical College of Wisconsin with UWM Chancellor Mark Mone and MCW President and CEO Dr. John Raymond.

Duration:00:28:26

How Some In The Criminal Justice System Are Addressing Disparities When It Comes To Mental Health

3/25/2021
Every year about one million people with serious mental health issues are arrested in America, many of them on misdemeanor charges. Once they are taken into custody research shows that individuals with serious mental illness are more likely to receive jail time than others arrested for the same crimes.

Duration:00:28:57

UWM Professor Discusses The Biden Administration's Approach To Foreign Policy

3/17/2021
In his first couple of months in office, President Joe Biden has focused much of his attention on domestic issues — including the continued impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on people and the economy; and on the threat of more domestic terrorism like the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Duration:00:28:26

UWM Professor Discusses The Biden Administration's Approach To Foreign Policy

3/15/2021
In his first couple of months in office, President Joe Biden has focused much of his attention on domestic issues — including the continued impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on people and the economy; and on the threat of more domestic terrorism like the attack on the U.S. Capitol. Despite these major issues, the Biden administration’s agenda still has to address foreign policy. On this edition of today’s program, we meet UWM political science professor, Shale Horowitz, who has traveled...

Duration:00:28:26

Chancellor's Report: Conversation With UWM Students About Their College Experience During A Pandemic

3/4/2021
On today’s Chancellor’s Report we’ll look at COVID-19’s impact on UWM from a student’s perspective. What is it like to start academic learning during a pandemic? What are some of the life lessons that you will carry with you from this experience?

Duration:00:28:26

UWM Professor Talks About The Current State And Future Of Online Education

2/25/2021
When the COVID-19 pandemic began and schools around the world started moving classes online, it was an incredibly disruptive experience for many. Students at every age level found themselves having to adapt to a new way of learning, and the same was true for teachers, some of whom had never taught online before.

Duration:00:28:55