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Oct 2014

November Scholar Sip

10/27/14By UW-Washington County

Scholarly conversation and strong coffee continues in November when UW-WC English Professor, Dr. Anne Widmayer discusses her research on the Harlequin Cherokee. An early 18th century forerunner to the modern day comic book, the Harlequin Cherokee...

Veterans Day event planned

10/26/14By UW-Washington County

The Student Veterans Club at UW-Washington County (UW-WC) is making plans to commemorate Veterans Day on Tuesday, November 11, with a ceremony that begins at noon in the campus theatre. All area veterans and their families, as well as the general...

Women in History Series

10/22/14By UW-Washington County

UW-Washington County History instructor John Degnitz, will lead a three part series in November that examines various women in history. From Cleopatra and Elizabeth I to Catherine the Great, each class will highlight notable women in history and...

Non-Partisan Election Event

10/22/14By UW-Washington County

Democrat?
Republican?
No idea?
Doesn't matter!

The community is invited to watch election results with Political Science students, Student Government representatives and other interesting company at UW-Washington County...

Chemistry Week, Oct. 20-24

10/13/14By UW-Washington County

–“The Sweet Side of Chemistry” is the theme for this year’s National Chemistry Week, which is being celebrated at UW-Washington County, October 20 to 24. More than 35 UW-WC chemistry students are researching and presenting different topics...

Volunteer Fair Planned

10/9/14By UW-Washington County

UW-Washington County is planning a Volunteer Fair to be held at the campus on Wednesday, October 22 from 11am to 2pm. Admission to the fair is free. The one-stop showcase of non-profit organizations will be located in the theatre lobby area and...

Fiddler on the Roof at UW-WC

10/6/14By UW-Washington County

Six performances of the Tony award winning musical masterpiece, Fiddler on the Roof will be presented at UW-Washington County by Spotlight Productions in October.  The large company includes a 22-member cast, a children and adult chorus plus...

Sep 2014

How to Think Like an Archaeologist

9/30/14By UW-Washington County

Interesting conversation continues in October when UW-WC Anthropology Professor, Dr. Chris Hays discusses “How to Think Like an Archaeologist.” The Scholar Sip takes place on Wednesday, October 8 in the UW-WC library lounge from 3:30-4:30pm. Free...

Winterim Registration begins

9/29/14By UW-Washington County

Registration begins Wednesday, October 1 for The University of Wisconsin - Washington County’s (UW-WC) Winterim session, which runs January 5 - 23. Winterim provides a great opportunity for students and community members to use three weeks of...

UW-WC Photo Contest

9/22/14By UW-Washington County

UW-Washington County (UW-WC) announces the fourth annual GIVE US YOUR BEST SHOT Photography Contest. Amateur photographers who are at least 15 years of age and live in Wisconsin are welcome to enter. Entries must be sent between October 1...