UW-Whitewater faculty and students are exploring how three different working postures that roofers employ — kneeling, bending and side-sitting — affect postural instability and fatigue.
Noah Padgett is a Warhawk scholar who loves exploring numbers and uncovering the powerful potential of mathematics in society.
Women's wheelchair basketball coach Christina Schwab will join 12 Warhawk alumni in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where they will compete for three different countries in the Paralympic Games, September 7-18.
Ekantha is based on the belief that making a meaningful difference is not just a side business, but one that can be fundamentally woven into the fabric of entrepreneurship.
UW-Whitewater profiles students in the Doctor of Business Administration program.
A natural athlete, Jeffrey Glasbrenner discovered wheelchair basketball and found mentors and coaches who pushed him to succeed.
The Mary Poppe Chrisman Success Center will house the UW-Whitewater Academic Support Center, serving thousands of students with tutorial and supplemental instruction and offering employment opportunities to hundreds of qualified learning assistants, or tutors.
On June 10, Susan Huss-Lederman will receive a Teaching Excellence Award from Board of Regents, the highest faculty recognition from the University of Wisconsin System.
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents will award UW-Whitewater with its 2016 Teaching Excellence Award for academic programs and departments.
UW-Whitewater honorees are Professor Susan Huss-Lederman and the Department of Counselor Education.
"The Manly Priest: Clerical Celibacy, Masculinity and Reform in England and Normandy 1066-1300," written by associate professor of history Jennifer Thibodeaux, was published in 2015 by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
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.
Creating objects in copper, brass and sterling silver as an art student at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Thomson learns more about his learning disability — and shares his journey with others.
The former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater chancellor who served for 17 years and was widely respected and admired by faculty, students and the community alike, died Sunday, May 8.
O'Beirne has been the volunteer director of the NHVP since its inception in 1976.
Carley Fettig, a psychology major from Elkhorn, Wisconsin, serves as a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Campus Service Officer – a non-sworn employee trained by police to provide patrol and safety measures to students, staff, faculty and visitors.
Students in a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student organization are reaching far to work with a London-based eye surgeon to combat — and potentially eradicate — blindness in Botswana and around the world.
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater will celebrate the achievements of its graduates Saturday, May 14, 2016, as proud families gather for spring commencement ceremonies.
Founded in 2003, iButtonLink produces and distributes high-quality sensors and solutions that can be used for thousands of purposes, from food storage to field research.
When psychology major Katie Barker isn’t in the classroom, she can be found serving as a mentor with the Research Apprenticeship Program, participating as a mentee in the Alumni Mentor Program, or playing intramural volleyball.
The regional list, compiled by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, ranks public and private organizations based on employee surveys.
More than 200 students will partner with volunteers from Janesville and Whitewater to tackle several major projects in their respective cities.
The Warhawks placed fourth in the nation at the National Collegiate Sales Competition held April 1-4, 2016, at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
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.
Students in a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student organization are reaching far to work with a London-based eye surgeon to combat - and potentially eradicate - blindness in Botswana.
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