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Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2021
Melissa Dix speaks at the podium during commencement.
Congratulations, graduates!
UW-Whitewater honored graduating Warhawks during winter commencement on Saturday, Dec. 18, at the Kachel Fieldhouse.
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Warhawks mark extraordinary year
From national championships to groundbreaking research, UW-Whitewater students, faculty and staff had a lot to celebrate this year. Way to go, Warhawk family!
Christina Schwab cheers on wheelchair basketball players.
Christina Ripp-Schwab named as Head Coach for 2022 Women’s U.S. National Team
Christina Schwab, head coach of Warhawk Women's Wheelchair Basketball, will serve in the role of head coach for the 2022 U.S. Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball Team.
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Campus Kudos
Kudos to Andy Yu, associate professor of management, who serves on the City of Middleton Sustainability Committee, which won the 2021 "Innovative Approach to Problem Solving" award from the Wisconsin Policy Forum. The committee has worked with the city and community to address and leverage support for sustainability initiatives in areas, such as community gardens, waste and recycling, renewable and clean energy use, conservation and environmental stewardship, and water usage. Read more »

Kudos to UWWTV sports broadcasters Matt Bruzas and Sam Matheny, journalism majors, who worked as spotters for Saturday's NCAA Division III semi-final football game between Mary Hardin-Baylor and UW-Whitewater. Bruzas and Matheny comprised the announcing team for all home Warhawk football games on UWW-TV for the 2021 season, and their responsibilities on Dec. 11 included recording stats and communicating information to the ESPN announcers during the live broadcast.
In the Media
Aerial view of students walking on the mall outside of the University Center.
UW-Whitewater’s rich history, mission, athletics and arts scenes are profiled in the fall/winter edition of Lake & Country, featuring Ryan Callahan, athletic director, Eileen Hayes, dean of the College of Arts and Communication, and Jeff Angileri, executive director of university marketing and communications.
Lake & Country
Student works at a computer.
UW-Whitewater’s growing cybersecurity degrees and programs are preparing students for in-demand jobs and helping businesses and organizations combat cyber threats. Jeremy Angles, computer science major, Kevin Kaufman, director of the Cybersecurity Center for Business, and Frank Goza, dean of the College of Letters and Sciences, are featured.
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