A group of people play Disney Uno in the LGBT Resource Center for GAYme Night. The LGBT Resource Center provided board games, video games and snacks. (UWM Photo/Alexis Amenson)
The Graduate School trivia team deliberates during the Chancellor’s Tournament of Champions finals. The Graduate School team won against the School of Education team. (UWM Photo/Alexis Amenson)
Emily Berens, from UWM's Immersive Media Lab, explains virtual reality to Manny Torres at DiversITy 4k, a Student Affairs open house where people could learn more about diversity in the IT field. (UWM Photo/Alexis Amenson)
Rosa Fowlkes (left) and Aaron Davis talk about the program they represent called i.c. stars, which helps prepare young adults from low-income communities for technology careers. The program officially launches in Milwaukee this year. (UWM Photo/Alexis Amenson)
Students on the Explore MKE Tour leave messages on i.c. stars' inspirational whiteboard. (UWM Photo/Alexis Amenson)
Geek Week comes to a close with Star Wars Cosmic Bowling in the Union Rec Center. (UWM Photo/Alexis Amenson)
Geek Week — UWM’s annual exploration and celebration of all things geeky — drew participants with more than 25 events spanning the range from silly to informational.
Students participated in events such as Star Wars Cosmic Bowling in the Union Rec Center, a bus tour of major STEM influences in Milwaukee, GAYme Night in the LGBT Resource Center and more. Student Involvement hosted the celebration March 5 to 9.
Check out this video for more Geek Week highlights.