April 12 is UWM Employee Appreciation Day at the UWM TechStore. Employees can take advantage of one-day-only discounts.
Spring break parking permits are available for students, faculty and staff and cost $25. The Union and Hunting parking lots will be open from Saturday, March 17 through Sunday, March 25.
As Milwaukee commemorates the 50th anniversary of the open housing marches, Ex Fabula and the Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health are offering a special On Public Health presentation. People will share stories about housing and its effects on public health.
In May 2018, Skype for Business will begin to replace most of UWM’s current landline telephone service. Campuswide implementation is expected to take 12 to 18 months.
TIAA financial consultants will be campus to offer one-on-one counseling sessions during the spring 2018 semester.
The UWM Libraries Digital Humanities Lab is now accepting applications for an award intended to encourage faculty and instructors to share their digital humanities assignments via workshops and documentation.
The UWM College of Health Sciences’ Doctor of Physical Therapy students are facilitating an eight-week exercise and wellness program for cancer survivors – in or out of active treatment – who are suffering from the adverse effects of cancer treatment.
The 21st annual UWM Festival of Films in French will run from Friday, Feb. 16 through Sunday, Feb. 25.
The School of Continuing Education is hosting the ninth annual Women Leaders Conference on Friday, March 2 from 9 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. at the Pfister Hotel in downtown Milwaukee. Keynote speakers are Tammy Tibbetts, social entrepreneur and founder of education nonprofit She’s the First, and Sonia Manzano, an actress and author well known for her role as Maria on “Sesame Street.”
This free event will include a screening of the documentary “The Age of Love” and a panel discussion with former Wisconsin Gov. Martin J. Schreiber and documentary producer Steven Loring.