The conference looks to build a global community for students from other countries studying in the United States
Visitors are advised to allow extra travel time to UW-Whitewater, as several road projects are planned.
More than 1,400 undergraduate and graduate students will receive degrees this semester.
Entrepreneurship major Justin Nothem will address his peers at the spring undergraduate commencement ceremony.
The building will feature space for student organizations, new faculty offices, research labs, conference rooms, a café and a telepresence room.
This year's theme, "Connected by Rivers and Roads," focuses on the value of the natural environment and the risks of it being exploited.
Recent graduates will return to UW-Whitewater to give liberal arts students an edge when it comes to job hunting.
Sessions will discuss how universities can maintain the state's competitiveness in the global economy.
Kilodavis is best known for her book, "My Princess Boy," a nonfiction picture book about her son Dyson.
Alumni and friends will be honored for their professional and philanthropic achievements this month as the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater observes its 144th anniversary at Founders Day.
The Janesville Promise Fund, established by UW-Whitewater alumni Quint and Rishy Studer, awards $50,000 annually to graduates of Craig and Parker high schools.
The event is a juried show of interactive entertainment, 3D, 2D, aural, virtual and animated creative work.
UW-Whitewater's marketing and sales organizations earned top honors at their national conventions.
Students from every college and 25 academic departments conducted research this year, ranging from bullying in public schools to environmental effects on pig DNA.
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