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Spring 2020 Semester Highlights
MAY 8, 2020 – Even with instruction moving from the classroom to a virtual campus, UW-Parkside students and faculty continued to make headlines.
Response to UW System 'Blueprint for the UW System Beyond COVID-19'
MAY 8, 2020 – A statement from UW-Parkside Chancellor Debbie Ford and Provost Rob Ducoffe.
Telling the Story of Community Agencies: UW-Parkside Communication Students Share Podcasts During...
MAY 8, 2020 – UW-Parkside students in Communication professor Dr. Jackie Arcy’s podcasting course will host a virtual listening party on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Outstanding Graduates May 2020
MAY 7, 2020 – UW-Parkside's Outstanding Graduates from the Spring 2020 Semester.
Parkside Today: Dr. Peggy James, Dr. Christopher Hudspeth
MAY 5, 2020 – Episode 105: John is joined by Dr. Peggy James and Dr. Christopher Hudspeth to talk about the upcoming 2020 Election Experience course at UW-Parkside this coming fall semester.
Tales from the Virtual UW-Parkside Campus | Teizan Logarta
MAY 5, 2020 – Every new semester brings challenges and opportunities. None, however, quite like the spring 2020 semester thousands of colleges and universities around the world adapting to a virtual learning environment
College of Arts and Humanities Update
MAY 4, 2020 – UW-Parkside College of Arts & Humanities has been keeping quite busy with teaching, research, and more during the ongoing pandemic.
Spanish Language Update Message | April 29, 2020
APR 29, 2020 – UW-Parkside Gia Gutierrez, Asistente a la Decana en la Facultad de la Ciencias Sociales y Estudios Profesionales brinda un mensaje a la comunidad habla Hispana.
Parkside Today: John Antaramian, Randy Hernandez
APR 28, 2020 – Episode 104: John is joined by Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian and former City Administrator Randy Hernandez to talk about Kenosha’s initiatives to “flatten the curve” and about developments in Kenosha.
Tales from the Virtual UW-Parkside Campus | Kelly Burke
APR 24, 2020 – A student in the Communication program in the College of Arts and Humanities shares her struggles.
UW-Parkside announces emergency fund for students impacted by COVID-19
APR 23, 2020 – University of Wisconsin-Parkside has announced the availability of an emergency fund to assist students that have been financially impacted as a result of COVID-19.
Tavyonia Davis Honored as 2020 Newman Civic Fellow
APR 20, 2020 – Tavyonia Davis has been named a Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact, a Boston-based nonprofit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education.
Bridging the Gap Between Shape and Function: SlicerMorph
APR 17, 2020 – For years, the benefits of CT technology applied to scientific research were limited to well-funded universities and laboratories. However, the advent of open-source technology has brought with it a precipitous change in the landscape of research.
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