The University-Neighborhood Initiative to Engage, or UNITE, involves staff from UWM in welcoming students back to the neighborhood and delivering goody bags full of give-a-ways, coupons, events and resources from campus and community partners to students who live near campus.
The Human Resources Department is offering a second round of four low-cost fitness classes to UWM employees beginning the week of April 22.
The UWM Office for Development and Alumni Relations is seeking nominations for The Patricia H. Weisberg Innovation Scholarship which provides scholarships to UWM undergraduate students who have innovative and/or creative abilities as demonstrated through on- or off-campus activities.
The UWM Spring Walk and Roll Challenge is a five week fitness challenge designed to promote wellbeing through physical activity of walking or cycling.
Following the lead of Wisconsin emergency services authorities, the tornado drill scheduled for Thursday, April 11, has been postponed for a day because of the possibility of severe weather.
UWM won 5 gold, 1 silver and 1 merit award for their work in the most recent EduAdAwards.
This announcement will alert staff of the annual Tornado Drill to be conducted on Thursday April 11, at 1 p.m.
Join us in celebrating the end of the school year and support students in the Move-Out process at Move-Out Festival.
Do you have an ache or pain in your arm or leg? UWM Doctor of Physical Therapy and Master of Science in Athletic Training students are recruiting volunteers for a free injury screen with up to two treatment sessions included.
Student Involvement and Norris Health Center have partnered with UWM fraternities and sororities to put on the first-ever #IAsk Week from April 15-19th in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.