Dear Colleagues, I am sharing sad news of the passing of three members of our UWM community, from colleagues in Finance and Administrative Affairs and the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. Kevin Cantrell Kevin Cantrell, Lead Painter in Facility… Read More
The Start of Semester Memo for Spring 2021 is available online. The memorandum contains useful policy-related information for instructors on the following topics: Course Syllabus Policy Course Reserves Accommodations for Students with Disabilities Religious Observances Policy on Teaching Evaluation Procedures… Read More
Good morning, colleagues, and welcome to 2021! Here is this week’s update from Academic Affairs. State of the University – January 27 This is just a reminder that on January 27, the Chancellor and other campus leaders will provide updates… Read More
See the latest January 11, 2021 Update from Chancellor Mone: A Tribute to Ron Perez. .
Colleagues, Instructor-focused classroom and campus safety training is once again under way this semester, with the goal of reaching 100 percent of UWM’s faculty and instructional staff. This training will help ensure that we are prepared to respond to situations… Read More
See the latest January 7, 2021 Update from Chancellor Mone: Unsettling Times: Higher Education and Democracy. .
See the latest January 5, 2021 Update from Chancellor Mone: State of the University Meeting on January 27.
Dear Colleagues, I share with you sad news of the passing of two members of our UWM community. Francis Xavior Baron Dr. Francis Xavior “Xave” Baron, Professor Emeritus of English in the College of Letters and Science at UW-Milwaukee, passed… Read More
Dear Colleagues, I share with you sad news from the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. Dr. R.L. McNeely, Professor Emeritus of Social Work, passed away on December 9, 2020. R.L. received his MSW from the University of Michigan and… Read More
Colleagues, Yesterday we sent a message to Deans and Associate Deans regarding student options for this term, and it raised a number of additional questions about process and fairness. I’m hoping to provide some clarity. Students may, as always, file… Read More