Along with the arrival of fall colors, UW-Milwaukee’s Family Weekend returns to campus on Saturday, Oct. 9.
Students who belong to the UWM Japanese Cultural Association helped create an audio guide with interpretations of art that was part of an exhibit at a gallery owned by UWM alum Jan Serr and her husband, John Shannon.
The UWM Police Department welcomes the UWM and surrounding communities back to campus with its annual Safety Week September 20-24.
The trauma of the pandemic means that a return to campus isn’t just business as usual for many students. UWM administrators are trying to ease those issues with programs and events that address those difficulties.
UW-Milwaukee took a big step toward meeting the growing needs of its men’s and women’s basketball programs by breaking ground on an addition of the Klotsche Center and Pavilion.
“Get Wheelin’ in Westlawn” is a community bike ride and bike repair event, but it’s part of something bigger than that. The UWM College of Nursing co-sponsored event also helps clean the air by getting people out of cars and onto bikes.
UWM faculty, staff and students are invited to a National Night Out event Aug. 3 hosted by the Mariners Neighborhood Association, which is located directly west of UWM’s Milwaukee campus, to join in community building activities from 6 to 8 p.m.
UWM architecture students worked with renowned artist Matthias Neumann to bring his design to life for display outside the Wisconsin Center.
When students return to UWM’s campus for in-person classes, Fall Welcome 2021 and Pantherfest will look different, while also celebrating the new academic year in style.
Zooming through empty hallways in various wheelchairs, UWM occupational therapy students tested and learned about the mobility technology they will one day be using to help patients regain and maintain their independence.