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Associate professor of physics Jalal Nawash gives information to exchange student Lisa Wetzlmair of the Netherlands at the Undergraduate Research table. Games, prizes, information, music, dancing and fun are rolled into one event for new students at Hawk Fest on the UW-Whitewater campus on Monday, Sept. 2, 2019, on the day before fall classes begin. (UW-Whitewater photo/Craig Schreiner)

Why conduct undergraduate research?

Dr. Jalal Nawash, Contributor February 14, 2021

The effects of the pandemic will likely be long and far-reaching, and some aspects of our lives may never return to “normal.” Universities in particular will be grappling with larger questions about...

A year unlike any other

A year unlike any other

Katie Childs, Assistant News Editor December 13, 2020

As 2020 wraps up with UW-Whitewater’s 150th commencement, faculty, students, and staff reflect on persistent challenges and emerging benefits of learning remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.  UW-W...

Director of undergraduate research Jalal Nawash speaks to panelists Nov. 11 on his experience during undergraduate research day.

Research moves you forward

Kali Anditon November 15, 2020

Some students might dread the hours spent on long research projects assigned by their professors - papers pushing students to delve into topics of a class and synthesize an idea onto a double-spaced page....

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