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Professor Inspires

Professor Inspires

Samantha Lynn, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2018


Filed under Arts & Rec

Dr. Myung Hee Chung began playing the piano at age four. At age 10, she won national competitions and was encouraged to study at Juilliard and the Manhattan School of Music. The award-winning pianist who was born in South Korea and is a professor of music at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater perform...

UW-W professor Jo Ann Oravec speaks about ‘online shaming’

UW-W professor Jo Ann Oravec speaks about ‘online shaming’

Garrett Kluever, Biz and Tech Editor

February 6, 2018


Filed under Biz & Tech

Interview is based on Professor Jo Ann Oravec's paper titled "Online Shaming and Scoring as Genres: Implications of Writing Programs" which she presented at the University of Florida's Pedagogy, Practice and Philosophy Conference on Jan. 27 What are some platforms that are used for online shaming, sp...

The Great War lecture series and nationalism

Nathan Kober, News Writer

November 15, 2017


Filed under News

Associate Professor of Languages and Literature Hala Ghoneim spoke about the history of Arab nationalism and World War I on Monday, November 13. The lecture was part of the Fairhaven Lecture Series: Reflections on the Great War, which began on September 18 and ends on November 27. Ghnoeim’s le...

UW-W professor teaches war poetry

Nathan Kober, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


Filed under News

Professor of Languages and Literature John McGuigan presented To Do and Die: World War I Poetry and the End of Victorian Progress Oct. 9, as part of the lecture series Reflections on the Great War, which runs through November at Fairhaven Senior Services. McGuigan’s lecture focused on the way The ...

Award-winning author, professor speaks on civil rights movement

February 11, 2015


Filed under News

  Feb. 11, 2015 By Brad Allen   A professor from the Department of History at UW-Madison was invited to speak at UW-Whitewater on Feb. 3 about his most recent book on the Civil Rights Movement titled Jobs, Freedom and the Forgotten History of Civil Rights. “In order to ful...

Student-teacher relations rely on communication

May 8, 2013


Filed under Opinion

  Students have heard of this before. A student doesn’t know his or her grade and has no idea how they are doing in the class. Teachers change what they have scheduled on the syllabus. These situations are nothing new in college. The issue, however, is that students and teachers do not always...

Newly expanded campus greenhouse opens for tours

October 3, 2012


Filed under News

The Biological Department and Science Outreach Center teamed up for the first time to give the university an inside look at the newly-expanded campus greenhouse last Saturday. The Greenhouse Open House featured over 100 plants ranging from locally grown to exotic. The open house hosted guest speaker...

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