You get a special perspective on the history of UWM, its students, and its hometown when you peruse 60 years’ worth of the UWM Post online at the UWM Libraries’ Digital Collections.
Chancellor Mark Mone laid out a path Thursday that he said will allow UWM to marshal its strengths and chart a course to not only survive but thrive.
The League of American Bicyclists has named UWM one of the top bicycle-friendly universities in the nation. The top ranking comes just three years after the campus was named a bronze-level campus by the league.
Not just a day, but a week’s worth of activities during UWM’s Veterans Week will honor those who have served. Events both on and off campus will begin Friday, Nov. 4, and lead to Veterans Day on Nov. 11.
Public employees, including those at UWM, are under stress, says Ellen Bravo, director of Family Values @ Work. Her keynote address at this year’s University Staff Conference will talk about ways to alleviate that.
Nearly 600 people turned out to watch UWM faculty amaze them with hands-on demonstrations and awe-inspiring ideas during the Wisconsin Science Festival in the Milwaukee area this weekend.
Peruse the accomplishments of the 29 staff and faculty members being honored at this year’s fall awards ceremony, and you’ll find yourself thinking UWM is in good hands.
Homecoming week during UWM’s 60th anniversary celebration is packed with activities for faculty, staff and students Oct. 4-8.
Campus Safety Week – Sept. 26-29 – gives students, staff and faculty the opportunity to find out how they can work together to protect the campus community.
A 7 p.m. show with Jason Derulo and Bishop Briggs at the Marcus Amphitheater highlights a Fall Welcome day of fun Sept. 9, including the Panther Street Festival from 3 to 6:30 p.m.