Feb. 19, Methods in Digital Humanities: Scalar

Presented by Matt Russell, Co-Director, UWM Digital Humanities Lab

Feb. 26, Author Visit: Boris Fishman, “A Replacement Life”

Boris Fishman’s novel “A Replacement Life” is a stylistically exuberant, deeply felt, and wholly original look at the immigrant experience.

UWM senior wins opportunity to sing on stage at New York’s Metropolitan Opera

UWM senior wins opportunity to sing on stage at New York’s Metropolitan Opera

Kathryn Henry will perform at the Metropolitan Opera in New York after winning the opera company’s National Council Auditions

Feb. 12, The #BlackLivesMatter Tipping Point

“Tipping Point: The Praxis and Power of The Global Black Liberation Movement”

Feb. 9, French Documentary Filmmaker Jean-Pierre Thorn at UWM

Jean-Pierre Thorn will screen and discuss two of his films on multicultural France and political resistance in dance and music.

Feb. 3, Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Program

Onsite Confidential Session and Group Presentation to learn about Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Program

Resolve to learn more about Office 365!

Office 365 hands-on class, training manuals and knowledge base.

Dec. 5, Biological Sciences Colloquium

Anna Kukekova, Dept. of Animal Sciences, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, presents “What tame and aggressive foxes can tell us about genetics of

Behind the scenes at UWM’s ‘Lysistrata’

Behind the scenes at UWM’s ‘Lysistrata’

Photographer Kenny Yoo offers a rare look at the weeks of backstage preparation and rehearsal leading up to opening night.

Nov. 20, Urban Studies Program Annual Henry W. Maier State of Milwaukee Summit

“Home and Garden: Can Urban Agriculture Save Our Neighborhoods?” Six panelists focused on urban agriculture will engage in a conversation about how efforts have affected the city.