Save the Date

Sept. 29, Digital Humanities Methods

“Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching” Presented by Trevor Berman (UWM Libraries Digital Collections & Initiatives) and Yuko Nakamura (PhD candidate in Architecture, UWM).

Oct. 8, Mental Health Awareness Fair

“Why I Keep Going,” providing resources for students, faculty, and staff.

Oct. 8, Annual UWM Benefits & Wellness Fair

Benefits vendors, wellness program providers, and UWM Benefits staff will be in attendance to answer all of your questions.

Oct. 2, Saving Childhood: Combating Youth Trafficking and Exploitation

Join the Institute of World Affairs for a special presentation by leading Indian Anti-Trafficking Campaigner and Human Rights Lawyer Bhuwan Ribhu!

Sept. 26, UWM’s Academic Adventurers: “GIS Comes to Kazakhstan”

Presented by William Huxhold, professor and chair of UWM’s Urban Planning Department.

Sept. 28, Author Event: Michael Blanding, “The Map Thief”

Michael Blanding will talk about his recently published book “The Map Thief,” the true story of infamous map thief Forbes Smiley.

Oct. 2, Revisiting Our Past Local History Program: Milwaukee Polonia

A celebration of Milwaukee’s Polish-American history and the recent opening of the digital collection Milwaukee Polonia created by the UWM Libraries, to be held at the Polish Center of Wisconsin, 6941 S. 68th St., Franklin.

Pedal Prowl, Sept. 25

Sept. 25, Pedal Prowl

Hope you can join us for the last Pedal Prowl of the season. There is a time change, to leaving campus at 4:30pm.

Sept. 26-28, Midwest Conference in Early Modern Philosophy

Guest speakers from universities throughout the US will be presenting their work

Oct. 12, Panther Prowl 5k run/walk

Runners/walkers of all ages and levels are encouraged to participate.