A StoryMap Summer: Educators Create Global Curriculum at UWM

Four local educators spent their summer break in virtual residence at the UWM American Geographical Society Library (AGSL).  National Resource Center-funded fellowships supported these teachers, who used the Library’s vast collections of maps and other primary sources to develop globally-focused curriculum for use in K-12… Read More

Academics, Athletics Made UWM Perfect Choice for Benjamin Cadel

A perfect blend of academic excellence and athletic support made UW-Milwaukee Benjamin Cadel’s first choice when he was searching for a university in the United States. Cadel came to Milwaukee from Paris, France in 2017 to join the men’s swimming… Read More

On May 6, a UW – Milwaukee student held up a sign bearing a red swastika – symbol of Nazi Germany – for several hours near a group of students celebrating Israeli Independence Day on the UWM campus.  The UWM Center for International Education rejects in the strongest possible terms the hateful and violent message conveyed by this sign.  No supposedly benign intent or technical legality can excuse conjuring the atrocities committed and hateful views espoused by those who created and have followed this symbol.  The Center for International Education and its staff strongly endorse this message from The Sam and Helen Stahl Center for Jewish Studies, and assert with a clear and resolute voice that hate has no home on the UWM campus.