The Briefing email is a new feature from Microsoft that allows you to look ahead and plan your workday. Briefing emails are sent by default at UWM. This Cortana tool scans Outlook for any actionable items in your messages, and then forms and emails you the list.
The Support for Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURF) program is welcoming applications for funding to support undergraduate research collaborations.
The UWM Libraries’ Digital Humanities Lab will present a virtual panel discussion on the Mapping Prejudice project, led by researchers at University of Minnesota, on Wednesday, Dec. 2, from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
After Thanksgiving, Be On the Safe Side (BOSS) is reducing the hours of operation, and the U-PARK lot will be closed. The Prowl Line will cease to operate the commuter route.
Microsoft Teams has become a prominent part of our virtual environment, and several departments across campus have fully transitioned to remote call centers using Microsoft Teams.
Disrupt Aging Classroom is a 2.5-hour, interactive curriculum that challenges students to examine their aging perceptions and think about how the growing aging population is relevant to their personal lives and future careers. Request a presentation for your UWM class for Spring 2021.
University faculty and staff will receive a 25% discount on their total purchase at the Panther Shop on Nov. 5 and Nov. 6.
The Division of Student Affairs has completed a strategic planning process that resulted in a reorganization of the Division of Student Affairs, including the addition of three people to the senior leadership team.
This year’s annual Length of Service Ceremony will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 9, at noon.
Starting Oct. 28, students will begin to use multifactor authentication to access Office 365, including Microsoft Outlook and OneDrive. On Nov. 12, MFA will become mandatory upon logging into Office 365.