Jeff Herriott's “The Stone Tapestry” is deeply rooted in the natural world.
Akiko Yoshida has expanded on research from her doctorate dissertation to publish “Unmarried Women in Japan: The Drift into Singlehood.” Routledge, a cutting-edge publisher for humanities and social sciences, is publishing the book.
Brandon Fong, an entrepreneurship and marketing major, has published “Leverage: Escape the College Rat Race, Design the Life You Want, and Take the Real World by Storm.”
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.
At competitions, students take on the role of sales representatives for a real company. Research conducted by the team helps competitors overcome objections that the judges present in order to close the sale.
Hawk — an Australian cattle dog — will help secure large-scale events and work with officers on campus.
The National Weather Serviced has issued a winter storm warning for southeast Wisconsin for Friday afternoon through Saturday night.
UW-Whitewater's 2016 holiday video
More than 813 students will march across the stage to receive their degrees at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 2016 winter commencement.
Milwaukee’s Bel Canto Chorus will perform the world premiere of a new composition by Christian Ellenwood, professor of music at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Adelaida Sisk and Rocio Aburto are two out of nearly 900 nontraditional students age 25 or older at UW-Whitewater who are on a quest to pursue their goals and dreams while balancing other facets of life.
Teams will compete against each one another to build something that will impress a panel of judges.
The Warhawk men's and women's wheelchair basketball teams return to their home court on Friday, Nov. 18, and Saturday, Nov. 19.
A memory garden in honor of former Dean of Students Mary Beth Mackin will break ground in April 2017.
Veterans Week at UW-Whitewater will feature a talk and book signing from an award-winning author, art exhibit, memorial ceremony and special recognition and programming for veterans and military students.
A new study from UW-Whitewater shows that investing in water quality projects has created hundreds of jobs and stimulated the regional economy with more than $30 million.
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.
On Oct. 27, Justin Steger will be honored at the State Music Conference in Madison with the 2016 Richard G. Gaarder Award. He is the 17th Warhawk to receive the accolade since its inception in 1989.
The event will take place in Esker Hall beginning Sunday, Oct. 23, from 1 to 5 p.m., and continuing Monday, Oct. 24, through Thursday, Oct. 27, from 6 to 10 p.m.
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 continues a conversation of inclusivity and embracing diversity at the Nov. 1-2 annual Campus Diversity Forum.
Yamaha, a multinational conglomerate company and the world’s largest manufacturer of musical instruments, specifically known for brass and percussion, endorsed the UW-Whitewater drum line with a level of excellence this fall.
Athletes from the UW-Whitewater represented the United States, Germany and the Netherlands in the 2016 Paralympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 7-18.
The Elevator Pitch Competition, hosted by the campus chapter of Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization, will be held at the Whitewater University Technology Innovation Center on Wednesday, Oct. 12 from 5:30-7 p.m.
The winning team members — Katherine Stull, Jeremy Behreandt and Andrew Condon — presented their game, "A Dream Within a Dream," designed to interactively teach middle school students about one of Edgar Allan Poe's lesser-known works.
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