UWM Addresses Unsafe Gatherings
UWM Addresses Unsafe Gatherings
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

UWM Addresses Unsafe Gatherings

COVID-19 and the health and safety of UWM students and the surrounding community is the University's top priority. We are working hard on a coordinated effort to address concerns quickly. The partnership between UWM and the community is critical so that we can address these behaviors early and hopefully educate to change behaviors. 
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Chemistry Building Project Input Requested

An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) will be completed that will identify both positive and adverse impacts of the UW-Milwaukee Chemistry Building project. If you have an interest in this project, please submit your comments in writing by September 11th, 2020 for consideration in the draft EIA to:
Alison Kuhne
275 West Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 300
Milwaukee, WI 53203

Zelazo Roofing Project in Progress

The east end of the parking lot next to the building is being used for staging materials and crane access, and construction crews may utilize some of the parking lot on the south side of the drive for materials.  The east parking entrance will be one lane during this time. They will also use the west loading area for crane access. The project is expected to be complete in November 2020.

Student Emergency Grants

Consider donating to students affected financially by the coronavirus pandemic through UWM's Student Emergency Grant fund via the UWM Foundation. Students can use this fund for academic expenses, child care, food and housing. Go online, click "Give Now" and select where you want to give. 
The UWM Food Pantry has a COVID-19 Amazon wishlist for high-need items. You can order online and have things delivered to the Food Pantry directly. You can also donate to the Food Pantry through the UWM Foundation.

 Complete Your 2020 Census

Get counted as part of the 2020 U.S. Census! The area near UWM is at a 67% response rate. Anyone residing in Milwaukee on April 1 should be counted in Milwaukee, whether they are a year-round resident, college student or international community member (regardless of citizenship status). It’s also important to note that census forms are 100 percent confidential; strict federal law protects census responses.

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Thank you for reading this edition of Neighbor News! This periodic newsletter's purpose is to keep UWM's neighbors informed about events and updates happening with campus and the University that may impact or be of interest to our neighbors. This e-newsletter is delivered as updates from campus become available.

-Alyssa Conrardy, M.S.

Neighborhood Housing & Relations Manager
Neighborhood Housing Office

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