Time and Place

Time: 1:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Location: Meet at check-in table in Marcus (AUP) Commons

Register for Afternoon with Architects and Planners

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Tea & Bikkies

1:00 PM
Tea & Bikkies Graduate Student Mixer (Bikkies is British for cookies). Tea & Bikkies is a weekly social event at the School that typically includes informal presentations about architecture and urban planning related issues in Milwaukee, study abroad opportunities, student presentations, or other SARUP happenings.

Chat with Department Chair

1:30 PM
Chat with Associate Professor Mo Zell, Chair, Department of Architecture
MKE as a place of Opportunity + Curriculum + Concentrations
Graduate Student: Calista Gorrell


2:00 PM
Chat about Research with Assistant Professor Nikole Bouchard
Graduate Student: Amanda Golemba

Community + Engagement

2:30 PM
Chat about Community and Engagement opportunities with Associate Professor Arijit Sen
Graduate Student: Jessica Sherlock

Research + Practice

3:00 PM
Chat about Research and Practice with Associate Professor Chris Cornelius


3:30 PM
Chat about Practice with Associate Professor Jim Shields

(Optional) Milwaukee Bike Tour

4:00 PM
Milwaukee Bike Tour with Associate Professor of Urban Planning Bob Schneider and Professor of Architecture Mark Keane. Rental bike included.


5:30 PM
Reception at Dean Bob Greenstreet’s House

Need Parking?

Please checkout Visiting the UW-Milwaukee Campus for transit and non–motorized options and parking.

If you are driving to campus, park in the UWM Union Garage, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd. Enter the Union garage from E Kenwood Blvd. Come to the first floor Commons area of the AUP Building to check in. We will have a parking voucher for you.

Need Directions?

Get directions to The School of Architecture and Urban Planning building at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is located at 2131 East Hartford Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Questions, comments?

Please contact Associate Professor Mo Zell, Chair, Department of Architecture