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UW System announces expanded flexible degree program
The University of Wisconsin System announced Friday it is ramping up its new competency-based Flexible Option degree program for working adults to learn skills in demand among Wisconsin employers.
Hamilton students selected for Honors Band Festival
Nine Hamilton High School band students were selected to participate in the 2013 University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Honors Band Festival.
UWM Receives $11 Million in Incentive Grants
In April, legislators expressed concerns about UW System program revenue balances.
More UW System schools developing flex programs
The program is set to begin at UW-Milwaukee and the system's two-year schools next month.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
UW, UWM scramble to ward off suitors for top professors
University of Wisconsin Competitive Pay Increases 2013 :In an effort to retain top faculty and researchers, the University of Wisconsin System is allowed to grant salary increases to recognize competitive market factors, such as competing job offers or professors who become well-known and likely to be recruited elsewhere.
Birschel says he will not run for re-election
Alderman Donald Birschel, the longest-serving member of the current Wauwatosa Common Council, said this week that he will not seek re-election in April.
College binge drinking topic of book
MADISON RANK IN THE TOP TEN FOR PARTY SCHOOLS. 12 NEWS TERRY SATER TELLS US WHAT UW- MILWAUKEE IS DOING TO STAY OFF THE LIST.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
News & Notes: Dec. 22
The Shorewood School Board on Thursday selected University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Professor Paru Shah to fill the vacant School Board seat until the April election.
On Tap Today: Nicholas Lampert discusses 'A People's Art History of the United States'
If you possess perception that art doesn't bring about social change, Nicholas Lampert has a new book to prove you wrong.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
UW-Milwaukee invites applications and nominations for the position of ...
We're looking for a new permanent dean. Full position profile and qualifications can be found here .
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Nicolas Lampert talks about artists in politics
Where you see political resistance in the world, whether it's the Occupy Wall Street movement or the Arab Spring, artists are often present, creating the words, imagery and performances that propel messages and tactics.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Universities share ideas on adapting to changes, trends
It certainly does, but it's not a phenomenon limited to the Badger State. The same problems and trends are confronting other public universities across the country.
Milwaukee Courier Online
Common Council votes to approve the sale of Malcolm X site
The Milwaukee Common Council voted Tuesday to move forward a comprehensive redevelopment of Milwaukee Public Schools' former Malcolm X Academy that would include a rigorous, college preparatory International Baccalaureate Middle Years school along with improved performance and athletic space for the community and a mixed use development.
Pasadena composer Gregoria Karides Suchy, 90, not about to give up her music
For her 90th birthday celebration last month, the composer, educator and musical trailblazer found herself on a whirlwind trip to New York.
Milwaukee Courier Online
Milwaukee teachers honored in first-ever celebration of teaching
Marko Radmanovic, assistant principal at Escuela Vieau, looks astounded when asked if he's ever considered leaving teaching or Milwaukee Public Schools .
Fri Nov 29, 2013
UWM concerned about funding delay for Tosa project
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee officials already knew construction would not start this year on the centerpiece UWM building at the Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa, but now the contract for planning, engineering and architectural work is stuck at a state agency.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
News & Notes: July 20
Bayside - The village summer Clean Up Day takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 24 in the Village Hall South Parking Lot.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Someone You Should Know: Revers' diverse music r sum on full display at St. John Vianney
"Music is so diverse, and the possibilities are endless," she said. "It's so cross-cultural, for all ages, across the board."
Candidate seeks 6th District aldermanic seat
Allison Byrne, an intern in the office of Mayor Kathy Ehley, has declared her candidacy for alderwoman from the 6th District, a seat now held by Brian Ewerdt, who has said he will step down.
Citizen scientists help astronomers see the light
The combination of globally distributed computing power and innovative analysis methods is now a proven formula for the discovery of new once-elusive pulsars.