Save the Date

Nov. 19, GIS Day 2014

GIS Day is a global event for thousands of users of GIS technology to educate millions of children and adults about how geography makes a difference.

Nov. 19, Digging Into Data Series: Text Encoding Initiative

This workshop will offer an introduction to project planning, tips on navigating the guidelines, and approaches to encoding texts using XML.

Through Dec. 18.  Folk Art from the UWM Art Collection

Through Dec. 18. Folk Art from the UWM Art Collection

Gallery talk by Jeff Jara Thursday, December 4, 1 p.m.

Dec. 1, Electronic Records Management Workshop

This session covers organizing, managing, preserving, and archiving your and your department’s electronic records.

Nov. 16, “The Eye of Awareness: Alaskan Native Cartographers and Their Stories”

A Map Society talk presented by Dr. John Cloud, NOAA Historian of the Coast Survey and Fish Commission, Silver Spring, Maryland.

Nov. 14, UWM’s Academic Adventurers

“Adventure in the Stratosphere” Jean Creighton, Director, UWM Manfred Olson Planetarium.

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Dec. 5, Urban agriculture symposium

A symposium for UWM faculty, staff, and students sponsored by the Institute for Urban Agriculture and Nutrition (IUAN).

Nov. 17, “A Comparison Between Herbal Medicine Use in Coastal Ecuador and Latinos in Madison, Wisconsin”

David Kiefer, Clinical Assistant Professor (Department of Family Medicine, UW-Madison)

Nov. 13, Geosciences Colloquium Series

Dr. Elmo Rawling from the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey

Nov. 13, “From Home to Exile and Back: The Philosophy of María Zambrano”

A talk by Maria João Neves, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.