On September 26th, Occupational Therapy student Jenna Genteman ran the Brewers Half Marathon as part of myTEAM TRIUMPH, an organization that pairs individuals with physical limitations with distance athletes. Check out Jenna’s recap of the race below! more “Running with Angels: myTEAM TRIUMPH”
The Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, an academic organization focused on advancing healthcare solutions, is partnering with nonprofit Bridge to Cures, Inc., to fund, mentor and grow university startup companies that are focused on providing innovative solutions to healthcare problems. more “Business Students Work With Healthcare Startups”
There are many myths floating around about attending a private university, and we want to help set the record straight. In celebration of Wisconsin Private Colleges Week July 13th-18th 2015, here are our Top 5 Reasons to Attend a Private University. more “Top 5 Reasons to Attend a Private University”
Flexibility. Whether it’s in our personal or professional lives, flexibility is something we work tirelessly to maintain. At CUW, we understand that, and it’s a big reason why we offer courses one night a week at our accelerated centers. Between balancing work, marriage, kids (and all their activities), there are few (if any) hours left in the day. We want to help ease this ‘juggling act’ for everyone who wants to continue their education. more “Flexibility: The key to advancing your career.”
Unemployment numbers continue to fall.
The unemployment rate in Milwaukee is the lowest it’s been since December 2008, and that rate is even lower when you factor in the surrounding area. Milwaukee is open for business, are you ready to lead the way? more “5 Reasons to Earn a Graduate Degree in Milwaukee”
In a recent issue of The Concordian, we shared the story of Kim Mittelsteadt, a CUW employee who donated bone marrow to someone battling cancer. Since the magazine reached homes, we have had an outpouring of people sharing how they were moved by Kim’s story. more “The Gift of Life”