May 20, UWM Academic Staff Meet and Greet

Join the Academic Staff Orientation Committee for an afternoon coffee and cookie break to connect, learn and have fun!

May 7, Nepali Candlelight Vigil

To provide respect and support for the families and their loved ones who are lost in the earthquake of Nepal

UWM in the News: April 30, 2015

Nepalese Families in Shorewood share concerns about loved ones Newsradio 620 WTMJ – April 26, 2015 The devastating earthquake that hit Nepal hit close to home here in Wisconsin. “When it hit, the whole history is pretty much gone explained Kalyani Rai (Community Studies).

Lakefront Marathon University Challenge

We are recruiting members to UWM’s team in Lakefront Marathon. Registration deadline is May 20.

May 13, Chancellors Mone and Blank

UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Mone and UW-Madison Chancellor Blank discuss the state budget’s effect on funding and university autonomy.

Kristen Lango

With language comes understanding, and perhaps acceptance

The Center for International Education allocated $203,000 of a $1.7 million federal grant to the Language Resource Center to create materials that integrate language with culture and technology.

Apply Now To Be A TedXUWMilwaukee Speaker

Faculty and staff wanted for Oct. 3 event

May 18, 2015 2:00PM- 4:00 PM Chemical Hygiene Plan and lab safety Training

This training will inform you of the Chemical Hygien Plan elements and proper use, General Laboratory safety, and how compliance is achieved.

May 7, Maryland Avenue closed for “Hike-In / Bike-In” street celebration

A street celebration to raise awareness of pedestrian and bicyclists rights on city roadways.

May 7, UWM Wind Ensemble Presents “Sights, Sounds and Songs”

UWM’s premiere Wind Ensemble will be presenting its final concert of the 2014/15 season on Thursday, May 7 at 7:30PM at the Helene Zelazo Center.