The UWM Human Resources Department is offering four programs on developing and improving professional and personal skills during the spring semester. The Brown Bag lunch series presentations are offered in conjunction with employee assistance provider LifeMatters. Each of the four presentations will begin at 11:30 a.m., and will take place in UWM Union, Room 280. […]
A student Habitat for Humanity group is organizing a “UWM Shantytown” event April 7-8, where students, faculty/staff and alumni are encouraged to make donations, join a team and fundraise, come to the event and build their own shanty to sleep in for the night.
February 13-24, 2017 at the UWM TechStore, buy an iPad, get an Apple Pencil® free or Apple® Smart Cover free!
Got any professional attire you don’t need anymore? Maybe some you’ve, ahem, outgrown? UWM’s Career Closet – where students can obtain professional clothing to wear for job interviews – is seeking donations, particularly of men’s garments. Men’s professional attire such as suits, blazers, slacks, khakis, shirts and dress shoes is needed, said Jean Salzer, director […]
Many of UWM’s language programs offer regular opportunities for students, staff, and members of the community to have informal conversations in languages other than English, outside of a classroom setting; all language levels are welcome!
To mark the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Festival of Films in French, the UWM French program is proud to be screening a special selection of 20 films. The film festival, which is free and open to the public, runs Feb. 17 to 26 at the Union Cinema. Tributes to cinema open and […]
Doctor of physical therapy students are seeking cancer survivors to participate in an exercise and wellness program for survivors of cancer at a local community based health club, starting on March 7.
UWM’s Office of Equity/Diversity Services is hosting its second Diversity Series Event on March 31, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in the Regents Room at Chapman Hall. Cary Gabriel Costello, UWM’s director of LGBT+ studies and associate professor of sociology, will give his presentation, “Sex and Gender Have Never Been Binaries.” It promises to be […]
Students are invited to submit proposals for 15-minute papers and presentations for MALLT Student Symposium 2017, hosted by UWM’s master’s program in language, literature and translation.
Chancellor Mark Mone invites all faculty, academic staff, university staff, students, and friends to provide feedback on the Chancellor’s Strategic Opportunities Work Group (CSOWG) draft document.