International Education Week is International Education MONTH at UWM

A number of Centers and Departments across UWMhave internationally focused programming coming up in November in honor of International Education Week.

Nov. 13, Search@UW for PantherCat Users

This session provides an overview of the evolution of library search and the philosophy behind our new system, followed by a review of best practices for doing research with Search@UW and other search engines.

UWM in the News: Week Ending Oct. 9, 2014

NEWS Students protest University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee fraternity amid date rape drug probe Greenfield Daily Reporter – September 26, 2014 More than 100 protesters have rallied outside of a UWM fraternity house. The group of mostly UWM students held signs and chanted as they marched to the Tau Kappa Epsilon house from a park Thursday night. […]

November is National Career Development Month

Several professional development opportunities for students hosted by Career Development Center and Center for Student Involvement

Nov. 14, SARUP Friday Lecture

The Future of Pleasure Friday, November 7, 2014 Time: 4:30pm Location: Architecture and Urban Planning Building 170 “The Future of Pleasure” presentation by Joe Valerio, a founding Principal of VDTA, Chicago, IL. For more information about this speaker’s visit, contact Associate Dean for External Affairs Gil Snyder. Lecture Summary: Research Based Design is fundamental to […]

Nov. 7, 2014 UWM Korea Day

The event includes various Korean cultural events such as Taekwondo demonstration, Korean popular music and dance (K-pop)

Nov. 7, Milwaukee Area Student Veterans Ball 2014

UWM has partnered with Marquette and MATC to lead the first Milwaukee Area Student Veterans Ball. 

Oct. 30, Peace Paper Project Presentation

Papermakers and book artists Margaret Mahan and Drew Matott discuss their papermaking workshops, which are a means to address social issues and engage communities in the processes of creation and healing. More information:

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UW-Milwaukee Receives Grant to Establish National Center for the Study of Distance Education and Technological Advancement

Milwaukee – The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has received a $1.48 million grant to establish a national Center for the Study of Distance Education and Technological Advancement (DETA). The center will work in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin System, UW-Extension, Milwaukee Area Technical College and EDUCAUSE. Co-directors of the new center are Diane Reddy, professor […]