Save the Date

Sept. 18, Mathematical Sciences Colloquium: Celestial Navigation “The Fix”

UWM’s Steven Schwengels discusses how sines and cosines helped sailors navigate before GPS.

Sept. 11, Biological Sciences Colloquium

“Cold Tolerant Rice (Oryza sativa) as a New Crop for Wisconsin,” Michael Schläppi, Marquette University.

Sept. 18, UWM Night At Miller Park

Discounted tickets now on sale for Brewers-Reds game

Sept. 17, The Milwaukee Data Initiative (MDI)

Presented by Matt Richardson, founder of MDI, “an advocacy workgroup to change the way Milwaukee uses and shares critical data.”

Sept. 11, Neuroscience Seminar

“Variability, Robustness, Neuromodulation, and Homeostasis of Neurons and Networksm,” Eve Marder, PhD, from Brandeis University, presents.

Sept. 20, Archaeology talk: The Archaeology of Ancient Greek Dress

Dr. Mireille M. Lee, Vanderbilt University, presents “The Archaeology of Ancient Greek Dress.”

Sept. 10, Study Abroad Fair

Time:   9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Location:   UWM Union Concourse 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd. Milwaukee, WI 53213 Explore international academic and internship opportunities available through UWM. Ask study abroad program representatives questions, learn about financing and career development options, and check out the many ways to distinguish yourself with an international experience. For more information, […]

Sept. 10, UWM Study Abroad Fair

Explore international academic and internship opportunities available through UWM.

Sept. 8, Career Planning & Resource Center Open House

This morning-long Open House is designed specifically share the changes with programming, resources and look that accompany the name change.

Sept.10, Jewish Studies Faye Sigman “Woman of Valor” Lecture

Nancy Yeide will present “Women’s Work: Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Collecting in Berlin, 1880-1930.”