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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.

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HELAINE HICKSON

UW-Milwaukee is getting a new men's basketball coach. Chancellor Mark Mone discusses the departure of LaVall Jordan and the hiring of Pat Baldwin. Also an update on how the state's budget will impact UWM and a review of the UW Board of Regents meeting which was held in Milwaukee during June.

Jon Strelecki

If you’re one of those people who like to play video games, you have a lot of company.

It’s estimated more than 150 million Americans play video games. Worldwide nearly 2 billion people make those games a part of their lives.

Jon Strelecki

How many times have you watched an athlete make an amazing play or turn in an unbelievable performance and ask yourself “How in the world do they do that?”

Is it because the athlete is in superb condition or has practiced the routine over and over again? Or is it because of what’s going on in the mind of that athlete?

On this edition of UWM Today, we are continuing our celebration of UWM’s 60th Anniversary with another spotlight on one of UWM 14 Schools and Colleges. Today our focus is on Nursing.

Jon Strelecki

For many years, the City of Racine has struggled with a high rate of infant mortality.

At one time Racine’s black infants died nearly 4 times more often than white infants. While there has been improvement, today if you are a black mother in that city - your infant is still 3 times more likely to die before their first birthday when compared to that of a white infant.

Jon Strelecki

A collaboration between UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee Area Technical College and Milwaukee Public Schools is working to improve education opportunities for students in southeastern Wisconsin.

WUWM's Dave Edwards talks with UWM Chancellor Dr. Mark Mone, MPS Superintendent Darienne Driver and MATC College President Vicki Martin about goals of the M-cubed program and projects already underway.

Jon Strelecki

For many of us, checking the weather is the first thing we do in the morning and the last thing at night. And just as certain as our daily habit of listening to or looking at forecasts is our skepticism of whether the weather man or woman will get it right.

On this edition of UWM Today, meet a UWM scientist who teaches how to forecast the weather. Paul Roebber is a distinguished professor of atmospheric sciences and a key member of the Mathematical Science department at UWM’s College of Letters and Science.

Jon Strelecki

As UWM celebrates its 60th anniversary, UWM Today has been taking a closer look at each of UWM's 14 schools and colleges. Today, the spotlight is on the College of Letters and Science.

The largest college at UWM is where many of the university's 26,000 call home. The college has majors and programs in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. It's a wide offering that keeps Dave Clark, the college's acting dean, busy. He's the guest on this edition of UWM Today.

Jon Strelecki

Every year there are important new medical discoveries that help people live longer and more productive lives. One of the big reasons is the constant development of new drugs to treat or help prevent diseases.

On this edition of UWM Today, meet two scientists who are deeply involved in the discovery of new pharmaceuticals. Jim Cook is one of UWM’s Distinguished Professors in Chemistry and Biochemistry. Doug Stafford is the director of the Milwaukee Institute for Drug Discovery.

HELAINE HICKSON

UW-Milwaukee Mark Mone discusses the clean-up following the fire in the Peck School of the Arts Theater building and how the community has rallied its support. Also, Mone talks about how UW-Milwaukee's role as the state's only public, urban, research university continues to be important as well as "cooking with the Chancellor."

Jon Strelecki

The cost of energy has a profound impact on people everywhere. At UW-Milwaukee some of the top scientists in the world are working on ways to improve the ways in which we can access the energy we need to run our homes, our cars , our communication devices and industries.

On this edition of UWM Today, meet a professor at the center of the university’s energy research efforts. Adel Nasiri is associate dean for research in UWM’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.

Jon Strelecki

On this edition of UWM Today, we are going to take a closer look at how we are preparing the next generation of teachers for our state’s school systems. With one of the largest Schools of Education in Wisconsin, UW-Milwaukee prepares an enormous number of teachers, principals and other administrative leaders for our schools each year

As we continue to celebrate UWM’s 60th Anniversary, our focus today is on the UWM School of Education. Joining us in the studio is the School’s dean, Alan Shoho.

Jon Strelecki

We all have bad days when things don’t go as planned and our stress level rises. But in some parts of our community, there are people who find themselves constantly under stress because of poverty, violence and other forms of abuse.

HELAINE HICKSON

UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Mark Mone talks about the message he shared with members of the Wisconsin Legislature's Joint Finance Committee regarding future funding. He makes the case for urban access institutions as well as funds for remodeling the Northwest Quad, wage increases and the impact of federal funding on UWM.

Jon Strelecki

It’s estimated that one out of every 68 children in America have autism. Often it is diagnosed at ages 2 or 3. While a great deal has been learned about the condition in the past decade, experts have also realized that children of color often do not receive the diagnosis when they should.

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