Aug. 26, Oral History in the Digital Age: A Workshop on Oral Histories and DH

Led by nationally recognized expert Doug Boyd, Director of Nunn Center for Oral History at University of Kentucky.

University-Neighborhood Initiative to Engage

UNITE is a visit initiative focused on engaging students as they move-in to the neighborhoods surrounding the UWM campus.

Aug. 19, Campus Budget Forum #10

Join Chancellor Mark Mone in the 10th of a series of campus budget forums.

Lisa Moline and Lane Hall

UWM professors lead discussion on art and activism

Two UWM professors discussed the role of art and spectacle in activism during the Netroots Nation convention in Phoenix, Arizona.

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UWM Libraries’ ‘Milwaukee Polonia’ collection to be honored

In 1979, a unique collection of historic photographs from Milwaukee’s Polish-American community was donated to the UWM Libraries. After years of work, the Polish American Congress – Wisconsin Division is honoring the now-digitized photo collection.

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UWM school featured in Milwaukee Gallery Night & Day

The School of Architecture and Urban Planning will display some of its work and ideas during Milwaukee’s Gallery Night & Day event this Friday and Saturday.

Portia Cobb

UWM program brings the humanities to the neighborhood

The School of Architecture and Urban Planning’s Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures field school is one of 12 projects featured on a website highlighting programs that build support for the humanities through research and learning experiences in local communities.

Mike Cook of the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum works with a third-grade class. (Photo courtesy/Betty Brinn Children’s Museum)

UWM research shows that children enjoy science, technology, math

Christopher Lawson, assistant professor in UWM’s School of Education, studied how a hands-on exhibit at the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum helped children learn about science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.

Stern immersed in his work in a lily pond in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo courtesy Nathaniel Stern)

Stern’s ‘Giverny of the Midwest’ at Museum of Wisconsin Art

Claude Monet spent much of his life painting his celebrated water lilies series, depicting his flower garden at Giverny.

Undergraduate Application Deadline Aug. 9

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions continues to review fall 2015 applications for undergraduate programs other than those already at capacity. Interested students should apply online by August 9 at www.apply.wisconsin.edu and submit all materials (test scores, transcripts, application fee) by August 14th. Materials received after August 14 will not be considered. Applicants submitting materials after […]