Oct. 15. Literary Reading and Q & A with Carmen Giménez Smith

Literary Reading and Q & A with poet Carmen Giménez Smith.

Oct. 7, German Program Film Screening

The UWM German Program will show the film “Berlin is in Germany” which will feature an introduction by Dr. Marc Silberman from UW-Madison.

Oct. 8, German Program Lecture

“German Reunification and the Current Refugee Crisis,” Herbert Quelle, Consul General of Germany in Chicago

Oct. 14, Technophiles Podcasts: Games and Society

Thomas Malaby, UWM Dept. of Anthropology, is the guest for this “live taping.”

Oct. 16, Creative Writing talk: Publishing Talk with Carmen Giménez Smith

A Publishing Talk with an interview by publisher David Wilk.

UWM Libraries Fall 2015 Newsletter Now Available

New WTMJ-TV News Film search, extraordinary Polar book collection donation, and much more!

Oct. 5-9, “25 Years German Unity”

Oct. 5-9, “25 Years German Unity”

UWM German and the Institute of World Affairs will host a series of events (films, lectures, exhibits) looking back on Germany’s reunification.

Fall Nutrition Series

Hearty Healthy Lunch Series

Oct. 7, Title IX Training

This training is open to all campus employees and students, and will address issues such as sex-based discrimination and harrassment.

Sept. 30, LACUSL Speaker Series

“100 Days in El Salvador: A Compelling Journey among Salvadoran and Chilean Military Forces,” Ellen Poeschel (Spanish and Portuguese) will present the first talk in the 2015-16 series at 3:30pm, American Geographical Society Library.