Master Chats: Emerging Contaminants and Freshwater Resources

The UWM Alumni Association’s Master Chats Series presents Emerging Contaminants and Freshwater Resources. This event will feature Rebecca Klaper, professor at UWM’s School of Freshwater Sciences. Pharmaceuticals, personal care products and other emerging contaminants find their way into freshwater systems around… Read More

Canceled: Why Do Women Leave Engineering?

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED. The UWM Alumni Association’s Master Chats Series presents “Why Do Women Leave Engineering?” This event will feature Nadya Fouad, professor at UWM’s School of Education, and Romila Singh, associate professor of organizations and strategic management in the… Read More

Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books

The Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books is an annual community celebration of literacy and the arts, where local and national authors, along with readers of all ages, come together to enjoy presentations, performances, creativity, and conversation. This is the 10th… Read More

Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books

The Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books is an annual community celebration of literacy and the arts, where local and national authors, along with readers of all ages, come together to enjoy presentations, performances, creativity, and conversation. This is the 10th… Read More

UWM at Washington County – Scholar Sip

Dr. Tait Szabo, Associate Professor of Philosophy, will present a talk titled, “Defining Neoliberalism and Why it Matters.” Great coffee and interesting conversation are the two main components of Scholar Sip – a free community forum held on the second… Read More

UWM at Waukesha: “The Death of Expertise” Lecture

UWM at Waukesha presents the 2019 Distinguished Lecturer, Tom Nichols. His lecture is titled, “The Death of Expertise:The Campaign Against Established Knowledge and Why it Matters.” The lecture takes place on Thursday, April 18 at 7pm in the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre…. Read More

UWM at Washington County – Scholar Sip

Dr. Kirk Tyvela, Associate Professor of History, will discuss his forthcoming book, “The Dictator Dilemma: The United States and Paraguay in the Cold War.” Great coffee and interesting conversation are the two main components of Scholar Sip – a free… Read More

UWM at Washington County – Scholar Sip

The March Scholar Sip is titled “The Nature of Time.” Dr. Swapnil Tripathi, Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy, will will discuss the latest theories in physics on the nature of time. Great coffee and interesting conversation are the two… Read More