Coffee at the Capitol is a time when UW-Whitewater administrators meet with elected officials and alumni who work in state government to catch up, reconnect and celebrate collective achievements.
A memory garden in honor of former Dean of Students Mary Beth Mackin will break ground in April 2017.
RAP is an innovative program designed to overcome the achievement gap between majority and minority students and engage first- and second-year students to become paid research assistants for faculty members.
O’Brien, a Purple Heart recipient who completed a tour of duty from 1969 to 1970 as a foot soldier with the 46th Infantry in Vietnam, will be honored for his body of literary works on Monday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in the Young Auditorium.
UW-Whitewater was one of the first UW schools to adopt the Undergraduate Research Program more than 20 years ago, and the program continues to grow with more than 60 students expected to display their research.