Veterans and military students at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater are earning their degrees at one of the top military-friendly schools in the U.S.
What started as a letter-writing project between UW-Whitewater students and second graders in Beloit, Wisconsin, turned into an award-winning program.
Fannie Hicklin, the fierce and beloved theater professor and UW-Whitewater’s first African American faculty member has died at the age of 101.
Roger Pulliam, inaugural recipient of Lifetime of Service Award, has a 60-year career in education in which he promoted the success of his students and community.
Warhawk Ryan Schultz has been named the 2019 Richard G. Gaarder Award winner and will be honored during the Wisconsin State Music Conference.
The most recent report from the Department of Public Instruction shows UW-Whitewater awarded more than any other university in Wisconsin.
Starting in fall 2020, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Business and Economics will deliver a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in business analytics.
Preliminary 10th-day enrollment data show that the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater has 12,368 students enrolled for the 2019-20 academic year.
Matt Kiederlen, police chief of UW-Whitewater, is chairperson of the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Systems Beyond 2021 Task Force.
Scott Peters, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater proposes a shift in thinking about how kids are labeled as gifted throughout the nation.
Schools are accepted on the basis that they adhere to the four distinctions: engaged students, great teaching, successful outcomes, and vibrant community/
Exceeding its goal by more than $2 million, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is celebrating a successful conclusion to its Sesquicentennial Campaign.
Chrisman, who received a B.S. in business in 1959, previously donated $1.5 million in 2015 to help construct the Mary Poppe Chrisman Success Center. This brings his total actual and pledged contributions to more than $6.5 million – the most of any individual donor to the campus.
Students will learn how to collaborate across departments in a university setting, use research to implement policies and improve practices, and engage in data-based decision making.
Factoring in tuition, fees, and room and board, UW-Whitewater is the best value in the UW System – a distinction it has held for at least five years.
UW-Whitewater continues to expand its online offerings to serve the needs of students who are looking for an exceptional education at a reasonable price.
UW-Whitewater received an $85,000 grant from Bader Philanthropies, Inc. to develop Project GREY which addresses the need to care for the aging population.
UW-Whitewater will celebrate its graduates on Saturday, May 18, and Tuesday, May 21, as families and friends gather for 2019 spring commencement.
The candidates will participate in a series of public forums listed below, offering opportunities for faculty, staff, students and community members to interact directly with the finalists.
Congratulations to UW-Whitewater men’s club bowling team for bringing home their first national championship!
Talented public speakers from across the U.S. will meet at UW-Whitewater for the National Forensic Association championship tournament April 16-20, 2020.
UW-Whitewater student Cameron Cudnohowski traveled to a farm in Skegness, England with a study-abroad opportunity to live out his archeological dream.
Past, present and future will collide in a beautiful vocal crescendo as UW-Whitewater students perform a world premiere concert in honor of the campus’s 150th.
English major Nicole Chermak and Professor Patrick Moran of UW-Whitewater publish a book on Scottish poetry.
Connor Moore, journalism major, details his love for broadcasting on his path to becoming an ESPN announcer.