Brent Bilodeau is the winner of the 2018 P.B. Poorman Award for Outstanding Achievement on Behalf of LGBTQ+ People.
Ozalle Toms is the winner of the 2018 Outstanding Women of Color in Education Award.
Program that inspires students in STEM wins the 2018 Ann Lydecker Educational Diversity Award from the Wisconsin State Council on Affirmative Action. Members of the Warhawk family will accept the award on Oct. 25 at the state capitol in Madison.
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater will find an additional home in downtown Janesville to complement the UW-Whitewater at Rock County Campus when the Blackhawk Community Credit Union headquarters opens.
Philanthropists Quint and Rishy Studer are again making a substantial donation to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. The most recent gift will expand the collaborations between the university and businesses in Rock County.
With the new academic year under way at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, preliminary numbers show the freshman-to-sophomore retention rate for fall 2018 is a record 81.9 percent. UW-Whitewater is also graduating more students than ever before.
A 2014 graduate, Baldwin is the winner of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater alma mater lyrics contest, which was coordinated in conjunction with the campus’s 150th anniversary.
Collaboration and creativity are driving the plans for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Community Engagement Center and a new hotel on the city’s west side.
Schools are accepted on the basis that they adhere to the four distinctions: Engaged Students, Great Teaching, Vibrant Community, and Successful Outcomes.
Shaunie Rasmussen's journey began one day in 2016 when Assistant Professor Rocio Duchesne visited her introduction to geography class to talk about the science of remote sensing.
A total of 1,644 graduates will cross the stage to receive their degrees.
Computer science student Greg Hyde will travel to Washington D.C. for an internship and work in the Navy Center for Applied Research in Artificial Intelligence for as long as 14 weeks.
Pontian Adogamhe was honored for work his work with his mentor, Associate Professor Christopher Veldkamp. Adogamhe would like to pursue a medical research degree in tropical medicine and infectious diseases, specifically the study of malaria.
Katherine Ceschi will study for six weeks at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, New York, on Long Island, where she will explore nuclear chemistry. Only 24 students in the country were selected for this highly competitive and prestigious program.
Senior Ryan Schroeder, who hopes one day to earn a Ph.D. in mathematics, was honored for work his work with his mentor, Associate Professor Leon Arriola. The duo use mathematics to explore — and head off — potentially serious events like disease outbreaks.
As chancellor, Miller oversaw the completion of the $14.5 million Kachel Fieldhouse, home of the campus’s recreation sports and indoor track and field facilities, and site of UW-Whitewater’s commencement ceremonies. Miller also headed a highly successful campaign to raise more than $5 million in private funds for Timothy J. Hyland Hall, home to the College of Business and Economics.
The event marks the first time in its almost 150-year history that the university will confer a doctoral degree. Ten students will receive their doctorate of business administration, or DBA.
Economics students at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater competed against some of the world's most prestigious universities at the 14th Annual College Fed Challenge in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 1.
"Brawl in Cell Block 99" includes seven original songs co-composed and recorded by UW-Whitewater professor Jeff Herriott and performed by faculty and Warhawk alumni, along with classic R&B singers Butch Tavares and Rock & Roll hall of famers, The O'Jays.
Clara McGowan has been named co-recipient of the 2017 Richard G. Gaarder Award, the 18th Warhawk to receive it since its inception in 1989.
Alumni Nichole Mittness and Ryan Rittenhouse helped play critical roles in the Florida's emergency response to Hurricane Irma.
Over the years, McNair has assisted first generation, low-income, and traditionally underrepresented students in pursuing graduate education by engaging them in research projects and other scholarly activities.
Alumna Carole Scharinger '56, is honoring Director of Bands Glenn Hayes and his wife Christine, a Whitewater teacher, by endowing a scholarship in their name.
The band's performance is titled, "Marvel at Us," and will pay homage to the musical scores of the blockbuster Marvel Comics films, including "Spider-Man" and "Iron Man."
Heather Gayton has won the National Science Teachers Association's DuPont Pioneer Excellence in Agricultural Science Education Award, which honors a K-12 science teacher who incorporates innovative agricultural science activities into their existing science curriculum.
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