From surfing in Sydney, Australia; bungee jumping 450-feet in New Zealand; and studying business just blocks from the Eiffel Tower, Jordan Tybinko calls UWM's study abroad opportunities the time of his life.
Seth Kaempfer, a UWM global studies major, experienced Germany's vibrant music and youth culture while studying abroad in Frankfurt.
With a grant from the Gilman International Scholarship Program, Claire Hunt was able to experience life in Japan as an UWM intern at a local elementary school.
Speedskater Nathan Miller is training for the 2018 winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, while attending UWM to earn a degree in biology.
Alexa Wild considers her job at the UWM Bookstore a convenient and fun break between classes.
Working at UWM's five GRIND coffee house locations gives Ong Xiong a different taste (pun intended) of campus life. Her fav drink: a Honey Nut Cheerio latte. Enjoy!
When Mike Porcaro isn't playing second base for your Milwaukee Panthers, you can find him on the basketball court riling up the UWM crowd.
UWM second major student Sue Grochowski missed interacting with patients, which led her to seek a degree in nursing. She was touched by the health fairs she participated in and hopes to help future patients make better lifestyle choices.
As the Leadership Development Manager at MillerCoors, Kris Thomas comes from a long line of educators. He recently received a PhD from UWM.
Emily Mondloch has a degree from UWM in jewelry and metalsmithing as well as marketing. The talented jewelry artist is looking to pursue an internship in research and development.
BreeAnn Schmidt works at GE Healthcare. She also got the unique chance to study abroad in Taiwan with students across the world.
Magdalena Rocha's parents made a hard decision so she could get her college education in the U.S. But, this finance major made her family's American dream come true: She landed a job at J.P. Morgan a semester before she'll graduate from UWM.
Kyle Ilenda is a UWM student and small business owner. $10,000 in Student Startup Challenge prize money allows him to combine his passions for video production and engineering by developing video camera accessories.
Brady Moe is taking undergraduate research to new heights at UWM's School of Freshwater Science by designing a drone for sturgeon tracking missions.
Recent UWM grad, Brenden Dorn is working as a performance analyst at Environmental Systems Incorporated. He enjoys working on automation and energy efficiency solutions for his customers.
Mirande Buck works full time as a foster care licensing specialist. She just received her master's degree in social work.
Aaron De Lanty will be doing a post-graduation internship at Solaris and is contemplating getting his PhD in digital fabrication so he can eventually teach.
Joe La Fave's humanitarian military missions to Iraq are having a positive impact on his nursing education at UWM.
Before enrolling at UWM, Shanice Arce was in the U.S. Air Force. She works in the UWM Inclusive Excellence Center to promote diversity on campus.
David Tucek is co-president of the UWM chapter of Student Veterans of America and works in UWM's Military & Veterans Resource Center.
Justin Vandenberg is excited to be combining his passions for art and technology though an internship at Ascedia in Milwaukee's Third Ward.
Matt Bornheimer interned and volunteered at an MPS duel language school in Milwaukee's Riverwest neighborhood.
Rachel Johnson was able to combine her interests in Africology and psychology in her undergraduate research project.
This is Angela Rodriguez's fourth year playing for the Milwaukee Panthers women's basketball team. When she started at UWM, she promised to spend three extra days in the gym practicing.
Austin Arians says he was born to play basketball. This is his second season with the Milwaukee Panthers.