Movin' in - in 30 SECONDS!

It's home suite home for Gabi Miller and Alex Strzok! We're thrilled to welcome thousands of Panthers moving in this week. See how easy it is - res life awaits! Featured music: "All the Way" by Timeflies - one of our PANTHERFEST headliners. UWM students, get your FREE ticket in the Union Concourse starting tomorrow.


IAMUWM: Tyler Raphael

Meet up with Tyler Raphael in the field as the UWM undergrad researcher works to create a mathematical model for phytoplankton cell death.


IAMUWM: Mike Sportiello

Mike Sportiello and a team of UWM students are running the only TEDx event in Milwaukee this year. #tedxuwmilwaukee


RIppling Images

For Rippling Images, I worked with a team to produce a marine-rated, desktop scanner-based imaging rig, and performed a new series of digital artworks while scuba diving on a live coral reef off the coast of Key Largo in Florida. Everything leaked, everything broke, nothing did what I wanted or expected: and this is precisely what must have happened to finally see the 18 wondrous prints. At stake are not only the ways we perform our bodies, media, concepts and materials, but also the implications of water and land, life and non-life, that we per-form with every day: as individuals, and as a people, and as a part of our habitats. This work has been produced with support from the UWM Graduate School. See the final artworks @ http://nathanielstern.com/rippling-images


IAMUWM: Chelsea Weirich

Hop on a boat with UWM Zilber School of Public Health student Chelsea Weirich. The goal of her research: Keeping drinking water safe.


UWM Spotlight on Excellence: Class of 2014

They're traveling the world, turning internships into dream jobs, and advancing in their careers. Meet five members of the UWM Class of 2014. We couldn't be more proud of them and the thousands of students who are accepting their diplomas this May. Go Panthers! #uwmgrad


UWM Spotlight on Excellence: Shea's new hand

When nine-year-old Shea Stollenwerk asked for a hand for Christmas, her parents hoped to find someone to make the parts, fully envisioning assembling a mechanical hand for their daughter themselves. The third grader from Mukwonago was born with a partial palm and no fingers on her right hand, but YouTube videos of 3-D printed plastic prostheses made her believe a fully functioning right hand might be in her future. Frankie Flood knew he could help. But the UW-Milwaukee associate professor would do much more than mail the Stollenwerks a box of unassembled pieces. In this video, watch as Flood recruits his Peck School of the Arts colleague Adream Blair, her design class and Shea herself to design and develop a plethora of pink, purple and turquoise hands for a little girl whose Christmas wish has been more than granted.


IAMUWM: Tyler Litts

Meet up with Tyler Litts and friends at Bradford Beach - an easy walk or bike ride from UWM and "the place to be" for students.


IAMUWM: Cherise Beardsley

Her job takes her around the world, but UWM School of Education online courses mean Cherise Beardsley never has to miss a "class."


IAMUWM: Jesse Vang

Jesse Vang's passion for health and fitness led him to UWM's kinesiology program. Meet up with Jesse at his summer internship at the Southwest YMCA of Milwaukee.


UWM GoPro: Students vs. obstacle course

UWM New Student Orientation leaders take a break from helping out incoming freshmen to take on an Army ROTC obstacle course.


IAMUWM: Arturo Adán García

Skate around Milwaukee's East Side with Arturo Adán García. The Minnesota native now calls UWM his second home.


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