The presentation will be in the Young Auditorium at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Students and community members are invited to learn how biologists, geologists and astrophysicists answer questions about the age of the universe and its contents.
Competitions like this allow UW-Whitewater students to network with professionals and earn thousands of dollars to start their own businesses.
According to a report, Wisconsin controls more than 46 percent of cranberry production in the U.S. and is the primary cranberry producer.
Larimer, a 2008 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater graduate, was working in Aurora, Colo., as a cryptologist with the U.S. Navy when he and 11 other people were killed July 20 in a mass shooting at a movie theater.
One of the highlights of this year's event is a community prairie seed collection.
A graduate of the Rome Conservatory of Music, Andrizzi is excited to share his musical artistry with students.
Shawn Shillcox was named a finalist for one of the most prestigious awards in high school football.
From sunscreen to jet planes, nanoscience is transforming the way products are made. The job potential is astronomical, from researchers to developers to marketers.
Heather Niemeier will be leading the regional Gilda's Club Run/Walk to raise funds for the cancer support network.
Christopher Chapp explores religious communication in American presidential races and the difference it makes in how people view candidates and vote on Election Day.
Faculty and staff members from across the University of Wisconsin System are headed to UW-Whitewater for the 39th annual UW System Chemistry Faculties Meeting on Oct. 12-13.
UW-Whitewater Management Professor K. Praveen Parboteeah has written a textbook titled "Business Ethics" that links practicality and theory.
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