Construction is expected to be complete in fall 2017 on this 18,390 square-foot three-story addition to Laurentide Hall, which will house Campus Tutorial Services.
A storefront in the heart of downtown Janesville is about to be transformed as part of a major renovation project spearheaded by University of Wisconsin-Whitewater alumni.
In Memory of James R. Connor
The UW-Whitewater men's and women's track and field teams finished second and fourth, respectively, in the WIAC meet over the weekend.
When a first-ever contemporary dance class for sit-down (wheelchair) and stand-up dancers came to a close at the end of the fall semester, a group of students decided to take what they had learned and create a piece of their own which they performed as part of the Emerging Choreographers Concert on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at in Barnett Theatre.
spring 2016 scenes
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater will celebrate the achievements of its graduates Saturday, May 14, 2016, as proud families gather for spring commencement ceremonies.
For six consecutive years, UW-Whitewater has been named at Top Workplace in southeast Wisconsin by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
When students file in for their Marketing 491 Travel Study class in Hyland Hall on Tuesday evenings, the chairs fill up quickly. Students talk excitedly about their upcoming trip to Belgium and the Netherlands. Instructors Sharon Roy and Curt Weber head to the front of the class to make the necessary arrangements for their student, Caleb, to join the class.
The ceremony that marked UW-Whitewater's 148th year was a moving and joyful celebration of our outstanding alumni and students.
Warhawks were invited to showcase their research projects and meet with their state legislators during the UW System's annual Posters in the Rotunda event at the Capitol in Madison.
Construction is expected to be complete in December on this $5.5 million addition to Laurentide Hall, which will house Campus Tutorial Services.
A Biology 258 class at UW-Whitewater visited Rose Lake State Natural Area at Dorothy Carnes Park near Fort Atkinson and a heron rookery near Jefferson for a spring bird study on Monday, April 11, 2016.
Scenes from UW-Whitewater's "Shark Tank," where student entreprenuers pitched their business ideas to win $8,000 in funding prizes.
Coordinated by a UW-Whitewater student veteran, a 22-lap march around the heart of campus brought to the forefront issues military members face upon returning to society, while offering hope and support from the community.
When it came to assessing how successfully their young students had learned class material, Warhawk education majors thought they could do better than a traditional computer test.
Students showcased months of reserach from the arts to the sciences on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at the UW-Whitewater Spring Undergraduate Research Day.
James “Jim” B. Miller III, the former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater coach who brought the Warhawk baseball team to national prominence, passed away March 9 at the age of 74.
The International Dinner at UW-Whitewater is an opportunity to celebrate culture, food and entertainment from around the world.
Scenes from the Theatre/Dance and Music departments' latest collaboration, at Barnett Theatre in the Greenhill Center of the Arts.
For students in the UW-Whitewater Theatre/Dance Department, the experience is truly immersive.No where is that more apparent than the costume shop, where research into history, appreciation of art, and hands-on skills come together to create incredible costumes for the performances.
Taking into account university spending on payroll, supplies and capital investments, and spending from students, faculty, staff and visitors, UW-Whitewater accounts for $407,177,739 in economic activity and supports 4,352 jobs.
Huge science news on the detection of gravitational waves captivated UW-Whitewater students and staff who flocked to Upham Hall to watch the news unfold and discuss the discovery.
Clad in pink to support breast cancer awareness and research, the Warhawks submitted a dominating performance Saturday afternoon in a 189.100-178.750 win over Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) in a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference dual meet at Russell Arena.
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is one of only 44 schools in the nation chosen to participate in a sweeping initiative to improve the first-year experience for college students.
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