April 28, Management of Student Records Workshop

Learn about responsibilities and tactics for managing records of interactions with students.

Toner/Copier scam going around again

Ignore calls from outside sources regarding copiers/printers/toner

Office 365 Tip of the Week: Subscribe to a Calendar

View an Internet calendar on your calendar.

May 8, Mathematical Sciences Annual Student Awards Ceremony

Join us to honor our student award recipients!

UWM day at the Zoo

UWM day at the Zoo June 6 Attend.com/UWMzoo

May 5, Developing Interpersonal Skills 4 Session Series

Impact of Learning Styles in the Work Place Session 4

May 8, Geography Capstone – Undergraduate Symposium

Geography majors will be presenting their capstone research.

Media Advisory: International Leaders Visit UWM Campuses to Learn About Innovation, Entrepreneurship

Nearly 50 high-ranking officials from 28 countries will visit the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Innovation Campus and School of Freshwater Sciences, as well as UWM labs in the Global Water Center, on Thursday, April 23, as part of the third Americas Competitiveness Exchange on Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Andrew Greene, director of the Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center at MCW (left),  and Ilya Avdeev, UWM assistant professor of mechanical engineering, say that some of the I-Corp teams will meet and use the facilities at Innovation Campus. (Photo by Derek Rickert)

Milwaukee joins National Innovation Network through grant

MILWAUKEE – Five academic institutions in Milwaukee are joining forces to form a local site of the National Innovation Network that will recruit and train 90 entrepreneurial teams over the next three years. With training, the teams will conduct deep research into their chances of starting a viable business or find new pathways to market. […]

(From left): Sally Lundeen, dean of UWM’s College of Nursing; UWM Chancellor Mark Mone; Yvonne Ziemer; Jim Ziemer; Patricia Borger, UWM’s vice chancellor for development and alumni relations.

Ziemers Donate $1 Million to UWM to Help Fill Growing Nursing Shortage in Wisconsin

The gift will fund a clinical simulation center on the university’s Kenwood Campus, which is home to Wisconsin’s largest nursing program.