The UWM College of Health Sciences’ Doctor of Physical Therapy students are facilitating an eight-week exercise and wellness program for cancer survivors – in or out of active treatment – who are suffering from the adverse effects of cancer treatment.
The 21st annual UWM Festival of Films in French will run from Friday, Feb. 16 through Sunday, Feb. 25.
The School of Continuing Education is hosting the ninth annual Women Leaders Conference on Friday, March 2 from 9 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. at the Pfister Hotel in downtown Milwaukee. Keynote speakers are Tammy Tibbetts, social entrepreneur and founder of education nonprofit She’s the First, and Sonia Manzano, an actress and author well known for her role as Maria on “Sesame Street.”
This free event will include a screening of the documentary “The Age of Love” and a panel discussion with former Wisconsin Gov. Martin J. Schreiber and documentary producer Steven Loring.
Practice language skills outside the classroom at regularly scheduled, informal conversation tables offered through UWM’s language programs.
The UWM and UW Colleges restructuring webpage has gone live. Visit the announcements section for the latest updates on the restructuring process.
There will be a viewing of “America The Beautiful” followed by a discussion panel with professionals. Free eating disorder screenings, T-shirt decorating and pizza will be provided.
Buy an iPad at the UWM TechStore and get a free Apple Pencil or Smart Cover.
UWM Libraries and the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning invite instructors to participate in the Open Textbook and Open Educational Resource Adoption Project, a grant for large-enrollment, credit-bearing courses.
America Saves Week is a national campaign that helps employees save money and build personal wealth. From Feb. 26 through March 3, UW System Tax-Sheltered Annuity 403(b) providers and UW Credit Union are offering workshops, credit checkups and counseling sessions at UWM.