Accessibility Resource Center celebrates 20 years of excellence

The Accessibility Resource Center will present its excellence awards to recognize faculty and staff members who demonstrate a commitment to accessibility. The ceremony will feature a light lunch and Matt Glowacki’s comedy show, “Diversity According to Family Guy & South Park.” 

Spring break transportation update

Spring break parking permits are available for students, faculty and staff and cost $25. The Union and Hunting parking lots will be open from Saturday, March 17 through Sunday, March 25.

On Public Health: Housing as a public health issue

As Milwaukee commemorates the 50th anniversary of the open housing marches, Ex Fabula and the Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health are offering a special On Public Health presentation. People will share stories about housing and its effects on public health.

Digital Humanities Lab announces new award

The UWM Libraries Digital Humanities Lab is now accepting applications for an award intended to encourage faculty and instructors to share their digital humanities assignments via workshops and documentation.

Eight-week exercise and wellness program for cancer survivors

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.