Events

Feb. 6, Mathematical Sciences Colloquium

Feb. 6, Mathematical Sciences Colloquium

“Joint Estimation of Multiple Bivariate Densities of Protein Backbone Angles Using Adaptive Exponential Spline Family,” Mehdi Maadooliat, Marquette University

Jan. 30, #blacklivesmatteruwmke

A community-university discussion

Feb. 6, Ctr. for 21st Century Studies Speaker

“Homo-Apians, A Critical Natural History of the Modern Honeybee,” Jake Kosek, the Geography Department at the University of California Berkeley.

Jan. 30, UWM Urban Studies Author Celebration

Jan. 30, UWM Urban Studies Author Celebration

Urban Studies is celebrating faculty research with a multi-author book party at Boswell’s on Downer.

Feb 4, LACUSL speaker series

Feb 4, LACUSL speaker series

“Beyond Immortality: The Cemetery in Contemporary Cuban Film and Fiction,” Vicky Unruh, Spanish and Portuguese, University of Kansas

Jan. 30, SARUP Friday afternoon lecture

“Faster Horses” presentation by SPORTS (Molly Hunker and Greg Corso).

Feb. 2, 2015 Fireside Forum on Foreign Policy begins

The Institute of World Affairs is proud to partner with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel again on this four-part series!

Feb. 4, Foreign Flix

Foreign language movies in Spanish and Portuguese

Feb. 6 – Feb. 15, Festival of Films in French

Feb. 6 – Feb. 15, Festival of Films in French

Seventeen films – all free and open to the public

Feb. 5, Geosciences Colloquium

Gregory Wiles, Ross K. Shoolroy Chair of Natural Resources at The College of Wooster, is the presenter.