When a house is more than a home

When a house is more than a home

“The Uncertainty of Enclosure” comes to INOVA June 6

The Fine Arts Quartet: (L-R) Ralph Evans, Efim Boico,  Robert Cohen, Juan-Miguel Hernandez

Fine Arts Quartet presents Summer Evenings of Music in June

The dates are Sundays, June 1, 8, 22 and 29. Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts.

May 29, Get Aboard the Agape: Richard R. Pieper, Sr. & Friends Share Stories of their Voyage Around the Globe!

A presentation in the American Geographical Society Library, sponsored by the UWM Libraries and Friends of the Golda Meir Library.

‘Body Worlds’ and UWM students at Milwaukee Public Museum

‘Body Worlds’ and UWM students at Milwaukee Public Museum

Students from the College of Health Science’s Doctor of Physical Therapy are volunteers at the “Body Worlds & The Cycle of Life” exhibit.

Heeding the call to help leads to degree no. 2, dream job no. 1

Heeding the call to help leads to degree no. 2, dream job no. 1

After he graduates in May with a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences, Michael Wilson will continue to combine his personal goals with a profound desire to help others

“Cinderella – The First 30,000 Years” this weekend

“Cinderella – The First 30,000 Years” this weekend

An episodic retelling of five versions on the Cinderella myth: ancient Egyptian, Asian, Russian, Germanic and modern Disney perspectives

Apr. 27, Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys: American Stories

Book discussion at Islamic Resource Center, 5235 S. 27th St., of “The Butterfly Mosque: A Young American Woman’s Journey to Love and Islam” by G. Willow Wilson.

April 25, 6th Annual Shakespeare Birthday Celebration: “We Few, We Happy Few”

Featuring Jim Tasse from UWM Theatre Dept., brief performances, rare Shakespeare materials, birthday cake and more.

April 25, “Women, Children, and Community Health in Malawi and Thailand”

Students will share stories and photos about their study abroad experiences in Thailand and Malawi.

April 10, 2014 Holzheimer “Maps and America” Lecture

“The Ixtepeji Scroll: Mapping the Cultural Landscape of a Zapotec Noble Lineage” presented by Michel Oudijk and Sebastián van Doesburg, both of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.