As part of a class, students will work with on-campus clients, including schools, colleges and departments, to improve their social media engagement. Clients will receive various actionable recommendations and analytics reports, including predictive analytics and network analysis reports.
Writers can reserve table space for the Writer Marketplace at the ninth annual Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books on Nov. 2-3 at the UW-Waukesha campus, 1500 N University Drive. The theme for the 2018 festival is “American Stories.”
The deadline for Support for Undergraduate Research Fellows, also known as SURF, proposals for Fall 2018 and 2018-19 academic year is Wednesday, Aug. 15. SURF allows undergraduate students receive hourly compensation for working with faculty and staff research mentors.
Employees enrolled in the State of Wisconsin state group health insurance program are eligible to earn the $150 Well Wisconsin incentive by completing a 20-minute, on-campus health screening.
UWM Libraries has released its 2017-18 Annual Report, which highlights the libraries’ contributions to student success, research excellence and community engagement this past year. The report includes the most up-to-date facts about UWM Libraries’ collections and circulation.
The UWM team is currently seeking students, faculty, staff and alumni to join. Currently enrolled UWM students will receive a discounted entry fee.
The university will host its annual UW-Milwaukee Day at Wisconsin State Fair on Sunday, Aug. 7, at the fair’s Central Park. There will be food, games, giveaways, live performances and the annual Roar Like a Panther contest for kids.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is planning interactive workshops for male faculty who want to be more supportive of female academic colleagues, particularly in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) areas.
The Animal Behavior Society will host its 55th annual conference at UWM from Thursday, Aug. 2 through Monday, Aug. 6. There will be scientific talks, workshops, a film festival and several free, public events.
A fire can happen anytime, anywhere, for any number of reasons. Be prepared by attending fire safety awareness and extinguisher training to learn about fire safety and have the opportunity to extinguish a real fire.