Fall Make a Difference Day is a great opportunity for UWM students, faculty, staff and alumni to assist older adults in the Milwaukee area.
Although cyber-attacks can’t be seen, they happen every day. It is important to protect yourself and UWM.
The film festival is University Recreation’s marquee fundraiser for a new scholarship that provides better access to outdoor recreation opportunities for UWM students.
“The World in South Asia” lecture series welcomes Professor Bhaskar Sarkar (UC, Santa Barbara) who will deliver the talk entitled “Cosmoplastics, or Bollywood’s Global Gesture.”
The second annual UWM Licensing and Branded Merchandise Day is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 12, in the UWM Union.
The UWM Libraries are accepting proposals for the $5,000 Fromkin Memorial Research Grant and Lectureship, with a deadline of Dec. 9.
Looking for support resources for students? Let’s Talk provides brief, free, informal drop-in consultation and support for UWM students at various sites on-campus with a University Counseling Services counselor. Each session is approximately 20 minutes on a first come, first serve basis.
UWM is participating in National Depression Screening Day on Oct. 10 in the Student Union.
Instructor-focused classroom and campus safety training is once again underway this semester.
The UWM Libraries Digital Humanities Lab will host the first-ever technology initiatives social, where participants can learn more about a range of innovative work underway at UWM.