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Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Photo by Jeramey Jannene.
  • Address:
    1240 N. 10th St
  • Taxkey:
    3620551000
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $0
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $0
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $0
  • Assesment Year:
    2019
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UWM’s Zilber School of Public Health Receives $2.5 Million for Scholarships
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UWM’s Zilber School of Public Health Receives $2.5 Million for Scholarships

This brings the Zilber Foundation’s total support for the school to more than $12 million since 2007.

Friday Photos: New Units in Old Pabst Buildings
Friday Photos

New Units in Old Pabst Buildings

118 new apartments. Plus, see the church-turned-brewery before it opens.

UWM awarded $2.3 million to study autism/air pollution connection
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UWM awarded $2.3 million to study autism/air pollution connection

The researchers will examine genes important in detoxifying chemical exposures and helping protect children’s nervous system as they grow.

Friday Photos: New Apartments at The Brewery
Friday Photos

New Apartments at The Brewery

Florida developer creating 118 apartments; Pabst opening a micro-brewery.

UWM researcher helps discover new genetic links for disease risk
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UWM researcher helps discover new genetic links for disease risk

Paul Auer worked with scientists from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in Cambridge, England, and other collaborators.

UWM hosts Wisconsin Science Festival in Milwaukee Oct. 21-23
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UWM hosts Wisconsin Science Festival in Milwaukee Oct. 21-23

The programs are not strictly limited to science topics.

Friday Photos: Big Changes at The Brewery
Friday Photos

Big Changes at The Brewery

Once-abandoned Pabst brewery has become active neighborhood

Engineering researcher finds chemical in soaps linked to antibiotic resistance
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Engineering researcher finds chemical in soaps linked to antibiotic resistance

Professor’s related study discovers technology to remove problematic agent from wastewater

Watching Over the City’s Health

Watching Over the City’s Health

Health Commissioner Bevan Baker has had success, but says much more is needed.

Nominations Are Now Open For Annual Community Development Awards
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Nominations Are Now Open For Annual Community Development Awards

17th Annual Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDI) recognize outstanding community development efforts. Nominations due October 19, 2015.

City Streets: The History of Juneau Avenue
City Streets

The History of Juneau Avenue

Once Division and Chestnut streets, it was consolidated into a tribute to city’s founder.

Snap-on Inc. rolls out an ergonomic industrial wrench developed at UWM
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Snap-on Inc. rolls out an ergonomic industrial wrench developed at UWM

The public ceremony begins at 9:30 a.m. at the company’s headquarters, 2801 80th St., Kenosha.

MANDI Awards Given at Gala Affair

MANDI Awards Given at Gala Affair

More than 800 nonprofit, corporate and public-sector leaders attended event at Potawatomi Hotel.

New App Helps Domestic Violence Victims

New App Helps Domestic Violence Victims

Created by Sojourner center and UWM students, it's available to 99 percent of smartphone users.

The Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDI) launch a Social Media Voting Campaign to Increase Interest in and Knowledge of Central City Projects
Mayor Barrett’s 2015 State of the City Address
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Mayor Barrett’s 2015 State of the City Address

Monday, March 9th, 2015 - Alverno College

Friday Photos: Progress on Frederick Lofts
Friday Photos

Progress on Frederick Lofts

New building in The Brewery, named after Capt. Frederick Pabst, will feature 100 apartments plus parking.

UWM Public Health School Tackles Social Problems

UWM Public Health School Tackles Social Problems

Its new headquarters in the Brewery is a MANDI finalist and its staff and students work with city Health Department.

Friday Photos: UWM’s First New Academic Building in 20 Years
Friday Photos

UWM’s First New Academic Building in 20 Years

The nearly completed, $80 million, five-floor interdisciplinary center should raise university's national research profile.

Who Will Win the MANDI Awards?

Who Will Win the MANDI Awards?

15 organizations are nominated for the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation.

Unprecedented industry-academic partnership to focus on energy storage as Johnson Controls and UWM and UW-Madison name endowed professorship
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Unprecedented industry-academic partnership to focus on energy storage as Johnson Controls and UWM and UW-Madison name endowed professorship

The appointment, based at UW-Milwaukee’s College of Engineering & Applied Science and affiliated with WEI, is part of a collaboration among Johnson Controls, and two of the state’s largest public research universities.

A Millennial’s Take on Obamacare

A Millennial’s Take on Obamacare

I signed up. But long term, is it worth the cost?

Murphy’s Law: Why UWM Matters
Murphy’s Law

Why UWM Matters

It could be the key to transforming Wisconsin’s economy, but state leaders don’t seem to realize it.

Coalition Contends Waukesha Diversion Proposal Falls Short of Meeting Great Lakes Compact
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Coalition Contends Waukesha Diversion Proposal Falls Short of Meeting Great Lakes Compact

A coalition of Wisconsin conservation and environmental organizations, contends that the City of Waukesha’s plan to divert an average of 10.1 million gallons daily from Lake Michigan does not meet the standards of the Compact

County Executive Abele Discusses 2014 Budget at WisPolitics Luncheon
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County Executive Abele Discusses 2014 Budget at WisPolitics Luncheon

The event starts at 11:30am at the Zilber School of Public Health, 1240 N 10th Street, Milwaukee.

Small Businesses Wanted

Small Businesses Wanted

New Milwaukee program helps businesses "Scale Up" and expand, first of its kind in nation.

Targeting Black Infant Mortality

Targeting Black Infant Mortality

Despite disagreements, groups working on problem are making progress.

UWM Unveils Student-Built Mobile App for Milwaukee County
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UWM Unveils Student-Built Mobile App for Milwaukee County

Officials from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) and Milwaukee County will jointly unveil a new mobile app for county services that was created in UWM’s Mobile Innovation Lab (“the App Brewery”) at a news conference Tuesday, June 4.

Eyes on Milwaukee: A Historic Milwaukee Celebration
Eyes on Milwaukee

A Historic Milwaukee Celebration

Plus: A national green award for The Brewery; and bringing fruit trees to Walker's Point.

Friday Photos: The Brewery Construction
Friday Photos

The Brewery Construction

Friday Photos this week features photography of three projects at The Brewery.

Building data on this page, including assessment information, was last updated on April 28, 2019

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