Events

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.”

Sept. 9 & 10,The Ferguson Conjuncture: Why the Humanities Matter Now

George Lipsitz, University of California- Santa Barbara, will deliver a talk about race, power, #blacklivesmatter & humanities scholarship.

Aug. 12-14, Ctr. for Celtic Studies Irish Language Forum

Join the Center for Celtic Studies as they welcome Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources, Joe McHugh.

Aug. 26, Oral History in the Digital Age: A Workshop on Oral Histories and DH

Led by nationally recognized expert Doug Boyd, Director of Nunn Center for Oral History at University of Kentucky.

July 22-24, 29-31, Planetarium show: Pluto Rocks!

Explore the history of Pluto and the discovery of other Kuiper Belt objects with the UWM Planetarium.

June 2,Wisconsin Health News Briefing

According to the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, 80 percent of health outcomes are determined by factors outside of clinical care

May 19, 2015 Wisconsin Deferred Compensation

Save and invest extra money for retirement dreams.

May 13, “Achieving Student Success in Milwaukee, K through College: The M³ Initiative”

Panel discussion with UWM Chancellor Mark Mone, MPS Superintendent Darienne Driver, and MATC President Vicki Martin.