Events

April 10, Urban Studies Programs hosts MPTV’s 4th Street Forum

Urban Studies @ 50 “City as Solution: Building the New Urban Agenda”

Kief (Kiev) from the AGSL collection at UWM

March 10, UWM faculty roundtable on events in Ukraine

“Ukraine from the Euromaidan to Russian military intervention: Historical context and what’s next”

Carnaval brings Brazil’s culture, cuisine, choreography to UWM

Carnaval brings Brazil’s culture, cuisine, choreography to UWM

The March 8 event, which will feature Brazilian music and appetizers, is free and open to the public.

Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour

2014 Women Leaders Conference

The Marine Corps’ first African-American female combat pilot and an Olympic medalist will highlight the 2014 Women Leaders Conference on Friday, April 4

Freshmen and Seniors: Let the Good Times Roll!

Start your Fat Tuesday off right by speaking your mind about the UWM Student Experience. Golda Meier Library, Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons Room A  Tuesday, March 4, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Free Pizza for filling out the National Survey of Student Experience.

Feb. 27, eating disorders screenings

Information about good nutrition and healthy exercise will be available at the information table, as well.

March 7, Being a Citizen Architect

Symposium organized by Nathan Uibel, BSAS 2014, Design Council of Milwaukee.

Feb. 27, Unacting: Notes on the Performing Body in Moving Image History

Elena Gorfinkel (2013-14 C21 Fellow, Art History)

Feb. 24, George F. Kennan Distinguished Lecture

Galbraith/Varoufakis “A Modest Proposal: Escaping Austerity & Debt”

Feb. 18, IWA 2014 Fireside Forum on Foreign Policy: The Use and Abuse of Data in the 21st Century

Join the Institute of World Affairs and guest speaker, Jay Stanley, ACLU, on February 18, at 7 pm, in the UWM Fireside Lounge, for a discussion about technology, data, and privacy in America.