Fairhaven Lecture Series

Fairhaven Lecture Series

Fairhaven - All Lectures

Current Series

Spring 2021

Past Series

Fall 2020

Spring 2020

  Spring 2016 - All the World's a StageFall 2015 - Standing the Test of TimeSpring 2015 - Remarkable WomenFall 2014 - Democracy TodaySpring 2014 - LincolnFall 2013 - Turning Points

Spring 2017

The Wisconsin Idea

The Wisconsin Idea is a unique and long-standing principle of the University of the Wisconsin System, a tradition of community engagement that guides our work beyond the boundaries of our campus and the promise that the university makes to the state to improve the lives of all Wisconsin residents. You have heard this phrase, but how is the Wisconsin Idea practiced at UW-Whitewater? Lectures in our spring series will explore how UW-Whitewater faculty and students share their expertise and resources in areas as diverse as science, technology, health, business and the environment. Join us to see how we are making that happen in Whitewater, in Wisconsin and beyond.

Lectures in the Fairhaven Lecture Series are open to the public at no charge and are held on Mondays at 3:00 pm during the academic year in Fellowship Hall of Fairhaven Senior Services, 435 West Starin Road in Whitewater, Wisconsin. Guest/street parking is adjacent to the building



The Past, Present and Future of the Wisconsin Idea

NOEL RADOMSKI Director and Associate Researcher, Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education, UW-Madison




Embracing Open Arms Free Clinics: Client Conversations

KATE KSOBIECH  Assistant Professor, Communication
NICK SURITA, Undergraduate Student



Testing the Waters: Real-Time Mapping of the Water Quality on the Rock River

ERIC COMPAS Associate Professor, Geography, Geology, and Environmental Science




Beyond Boundaries: 3-D Printable Tactile Objects to Aid in Science Understanding

STEVEN SAHYUN Associate Professor, Physics



Where Is the Fort in Fort Atkinson? Engaging the Community Through Archaeology

PETE KILLORAN Lecturer, Sociology, Criminology, and Anthropology
PAUL RECKNER Archaeologist, Wisconsin Historical Society



Wisconsin Economy 2017: Thoughts and Ideas

RUSS KASHIAN Professor, Economics, and Director, Fiscal and Economic Research Center



Socially Responsible Business & Making a Difference in Women Artisans’ Lives

PAUL AMBROSE Associate Dean, College of Business and Economics


The Third Space of Teacher Education for Future Elementary Teachers

MATT VICK Associate Professor and Chair, Curriculum and Instruction



Food, Farming and Cultural Diversity: Capturing Stories Through the Wisconsin Farms Oral History Project

JAMES LEVY Assistant Professor, History


Sensors in Our Lives and Why They Matter

OZGUR YAVUZCETIN Assistant Professor, Physics

The content of each lecture in the Fairhaven Lecture Series is the intellectual property of the individual presenter.