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Oct. 1, On Public Health

“Disparities in Neighborhood Food Access and the Implications for Health Outcomes,” Renee Walker, UWM Zilber School of Public Health.

Oct. 2 – Oct. 3, Midwest Annual Workshop in Metaphysics 2015

MAWMs are focused workshops aimed at promoting new research in metaphysics and community among metaphysicians.

Oct. 9, Mathematical Sciences Colloquium

“The topological censorship theorem,” Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Physics John Friedman

Oct. 1, Women’s & Gender Studies Brown Bag Series

“Can Gender-Atypical Work/Family Arrangements “Unstall” the Revolution?,” Noelle Chesley, Associate Professor, UWM Sociology Dept.

Oct. 13 or 14: Basics of Records Management

Learn how to manage your university records and do your job more efficiently.

Oct. 7, Community Feminism & Decolonizing Feminism

Oct. 7, Community Feminism & Decolonizing Feminism

“Feminismo Comunitario y Descolonizando el Feminismo,” Julieta Paredes, an Aymara communal feminist will share the effort to reconceptualize feminism.

Oct. 7, Urban Studies Programs Fall Social Lecture

“Beyond Katrina – Strategies for Achieving Urban Flood Resilience,” Eion O’Neill of University College Dublin

Oct. 9, Communication Professional Development Seminar

“How to Make Yourself Competitive: The Transition from a Doctoral Student to a Research University Faculty,” Jihyun Kim, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, Kent State University

Sept. 29, Innovative Cities Lecture Series

Lilith Fowler: Revitalizing the Harbor District

Oct.15, Design Lab SARUP

Presentations at the John David Mooney Foundation.