Save the Date

May 8, Geography Capstone – Undergraduate Symposium

Geography majors will be presenting their capstone research.

May 3-5, Jewish Studies Conference: Jewish Studies through the Lens of Gender Studies

This conference joins together scholars of Jewish Studies and of gender theory to consider how the analytical toolkit of Gender Studies can help to con

May 16th & 17th, UWM Foundation Coasters for a Cause

Unique FUNdraising Opportunity, Non-profit day at Six Flags Great America

May 14, Employee Student Blood Drive

Your donation of blood could be the most valuable gift you ever give!

April 30, Let’s Face it, Sexual Assault is Faceless

April 30, Let’s Face it, Sexual Assault is Faceless

UWM’s women leadership group, LeadHer, is putting on an interactive workshop and discussion about sexual assault and the myths that surround it.

May 4: Choose Privacy Week 2015 with Neil Richards on “Intellectual Privacy”

UW-Milwaukee Center for Information Policy Research is excited to welcome Prof. Neil Richards for a talk about his new book Intellectual Privacy

April 24, Urban Studies Programs’ Jennifer Jordan Book Launch Party at Boswell Books

April 24, Urban Studies Programs’ Jennifer Jordan Book Launch Party at Boswell Books

Come help us celebrate the launch of UWM Professor Jennifer Jordan’s book “Edible Memory: The Lure of Heirloom Tomatoes and Other Forgotten Foods”

April 22, Opening Global Matters: Rauschenberg Print Media 1968-1975

April 22, Opening Global Matters: Rauschenberg Print Media 1968-1975

Join us for the opening reception of Global Matters, curated by the UWM Department of Art History’s Art Museum Studies Colloquium.

April 29, Guest Lecture in the UWM Art History Gallery: Gregory Martens

April 29, Guest Lecture in the UWM Art History Gallery: Gregory Martens

UWM Associate Lecturer in Printmaking, Gregory Martens, will speak about Rauschenberg’s printing process.

April 30, cream city Live!

April 30, cream city Live!

presented by //cream city review// featuring poetry, fiction, and non-fiction readings by Jeffrey Allen, Roberto Harrison, and Duriel E. Harris.