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UWM Today
2:02 pm
Wed August 21, 2013

Managing Stormwater on UWM's Campus

Tom Luljak and Jim Wasley
Credit Jon Strelecki

Host Tom Luljak talks with Jim Wasley, UWM associate professor of architecture.

Sustainability is more than a buzz word in the world of architecture and construction, it has become an essential part of the building and remodeling process.

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Regional
6:31 pm
Mon August 19, 2013

Man Charged in UWM Dorm Overdose Death

A young man who lived in the UWM dorms is accused of buying the drugs that killed his uncle.

Twenty-year-old Tyler James Schmidt is accused of providing the drugs that caused the death of his uncle last December.

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UWM Today
1:30 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

A Project to Improve Milwaukee Firefighters' Health & Performance

Tom Luljak and guests
Credit Jon Strelecki

Tom Luljak talks with Kyle Ebersole, Jason Mims and Luis Rivera.

The Developing the Occupational Athlete Project is a collaboration between UWM's College of Health Sciences, Athletico Physical Therapy and the Milwaukee Fire Department. The project is working to advance the performance of firefighters, reduce injury, improve injury care and enhance life-long health for firefighters.

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Education
7:16 pm
Tue May 14, 2013

Making Student-to-Student Connections Could Reduce School Violence

Credit Misko, via Flickr

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews organizers of an upcoming conference exploring restorative justice practices in schools.

How can restorative justice practices used by countries after periods of disruption help reduce bad behavior in our schools?

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Regional
3:37 pm
Mon April 22, 2013

Reaction to UWM Study: Young Black Men Should Focus on Education and Entreprenuership

Wisconsin has the highest black male incarceration rate in the country.

According to a new study by researchers at UW-Milwaukee, more than 50 percent of black males in their 30s in Milwaukee County have spent time in state prison. The report also points out that time in prison is the most serious barrier to employment, which helps explain the excessively high unemployment rate among African American men in Milwaukee.

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