Events

Feb. 22, Teotihuacan and its Countryside: the Rural-Urban Dynamics of an Ancient Metropolis

Sarah Clayton, UW-Madison, discusses the reconstruction of everyday life in Teotihuacan and excavation in Mexico’s vanishing archaeological areas

Feb. 27, Mathematical Sciences Colloquium

Michelle Xia – Adjusting for misrepresentation through risk modeling

Feb. 12, The #BlackLivesMatter Tipping Point

“Tipping Point: The Praxis and Power of The Global Black Liberation Movement”

Feb. 3, UWM TechStore Grand Opening

Join us in in the UWM Bookstore for a ribbon-cutting, appetizer reception, cupcakes, and more! Twice as much space, more cool stuff!

Feb. 9, French Documentary Filmmaker Jean-Pierre Thorn at UWM

Jean-Pierre Thorn will screen and discuss two of his films on multicultural France and political resistance in dance and music.

Commencement Honors Ceremony: Registration Volunteers Needed

Commencement Honors Cermeony-Registration Volunteers Needed

5/11/15 Commencement Honors Ceremony-Marshals & Name Reader Needed

Commencement Honors Ceremony-Marshals & Name Reader Needed

Feb. 3, Fireside Forum on Foreign Policy

“Unsettled, Resettled: Refugees and Their Adopted Communities”

Feb. 13, SARUP Friday afternoon lecture

“LeCorbusier, The Forefather of Hip Hop” presentation by Michael Ford, designer, Madison, Wisconsin; faculty, Madison College, Madison, Wisconsin.

Jan. 30, #blacklivesmatteruwmke

A community-university discussion