Kudos to Lynn Gilbertson
, associate professor of communication sciences and disorders, and Donna Vosburgh, associate professor of occupational and environmental safety and health, who co-authored “Novel Noise Monitoring Prototypes to Measure the Impact of Two-way Radio Earpiece Noise,” which was published in Shift, a publication of the environmental, health and safety industry. Read more »
Kudos to Elizabeth Olson
, associate professor of psychology, and Carolyn Morgan
, professor of psychology, who authored an invited chapter titled “We Have to Start Somewhere: Classifying Alibis to Launch a Literature” in the book “Alibis and Corroborators: Psychological, Criminological, and Legal Perspectives,” published on May 9, 2022. Read more »
Kudos to D’Arcy Becker
, professor of accounting, who provided expert advice to two recent articles published by MoneyGeek.com: “Expert Advice for Balance Transfer Cardholders” and “Finding the Right Cash Advance Card.” Read more »
Kudos to Lama Bergstrand
, associate professor of special education, for being recognized by the Cisco/Presidio Teaching with Technology Innovator Honorarium. This honor is bestowed upon an instructor who displays an outstanding commitment to leveraging learning technologies to solve common teaching challenges related to creating rich learning experiences to increase student success.
Kudos to the Office of PreCollege Programs
, which has been named to receive a five-year, $1.68 million U.S. Department of Education grant to fund the Upward Bound program. Upward Bound provides programming and preparation for high school students from low-income families and students who will be first-generation college students.
Kudos to Roger Yin
, professor of internet technology and supply chain management, Wade Tillett
, professor of curriculum and instruction, and Pamela Warren
, director of Pre-College Services, who received a one-year, $150,000 grant to provide GenCyber cybersecurity programming in 2023 for up to 30 high school students from southeastern Wisconsin. The grant is co-funded by the National Science Foundation and National Security Agency.
UW-Whitewater’s Hired Before Graduation campaign was featured during the UW System Board of Regents meeting, June 9-10, in Milwaukee, showcasing the university’s success in preparing students for meaningful careers and prestigious graduate degree programs. This spring, the campaign saw its highest engagement ever, and during commencement week, UW-Whitewater had the highest social media engagement of any university in Wisconsin. Kudos to Megan Walbrant
, digital marketing specialist of University Marketing and Communications, and Craig Schreiner
, photographer, for leading the campaign, as well as colleagues across campus who contributed to the effort.