We are excited to announce our incoming Camps and Conferences Director, Morgan Anderson. Morgan currently serves as the Senior College Outreach Coordinator at Mid-State Technical College. In addition to managing youth events and partnerships with schools, she has developed and coordinated many of their marketing efforts and uses of their Customer Relations Management system. She has also served as a Human Resources Associate for the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and a University Event Coordinator at UW-Madison.
Morgan will be starting her duties on June 6, 2022.
We are excited to announce our incoming Outreach Events Coordinator, Hannah Scorsone. Hannah will be starting as the Outreach Events Coordinator (Outreach Specialist) in Continuing Education Services. Hannah has worked in the CES office since April 2021 as an office assistant while completing her bachelor’s degree in Communication. We also congratulate her on graduating this past weekend! Hannah also brings significant experience from her involvement in the Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority in several chair positions and the Panhellenic Council as President.
We are excited to announce our incoming Registration, Website, and IT Support Specialist, Abraham Mamo. Abraham is a recent UW-Whitewater graduate student with a Masters in Computer Science. He also holds a Master in Business Administration degree from Anderson University. Abraham brings his knowledge of project management, website design and registration development.
We are excited to announce that Matthew Gust will be joining Continuing Education Services as the Youth Protection Compliance Specialist. His first day will be 6/20/22. Matthew joins us after experiences working with youth camps through the Watertown YMCA in which he handled compliance with state licensing and camp operation rules in addition to budget and camp staff management. He holds two degrees from UW-Whitewater: a BSE in Health, Human Performance, and Recreation and an MSE in Higher Education Leadership-Athletics Administration Emphasis. Matthew will be our campus’s designated compliance officer to implement the UW-System’s new Youth Protection guidelines.
We are excited to announce our incoming Assistant Dean, Angela Harlan. Angela will become the Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies and Continuing Education on July 1. Angela is an Associate Professor of Mathematics and has served as department chair, provost designee for curriculum, and special assistant to the provost. Angela brings a great wealth of experience related to curriculum development and management. She has been at UW-Whitewater since 2009.
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The guides were so knowledgeable of the flowers and growing techniques – how they grow best, soil, sun. It was interesting to hear about how much planning goes into the landscapes. The tour gave me a chance to see some beautiful garden space on campus that normally isn't noticeable when driving by.
– Garden & Prairie Tour Participant
"I liked being able to get a taste of living 'on my own'. This is the first time I've ever been to a camp and it was comforting knowing that college wouldn't be to horrible. I had a great time in the resident halls and wish I could come again next year (I'm a senior, UW Whitewater is at the top of my list for colleges to attend in fall 2020)."
- Theatre Participant
"Our facilitators were sensitive to what was happening and made us feel welcome to join in the small group discussions. I came to this to get more information to help my students and colleagues, and I did get that, but what I really came away with was some peace of mind. I was able to talk about how this topic has really affected me as a practitioner and I really appreciated being able to do this."
-Suicide Prevention Training Participant
I enjoyed listening to others stories, their technique, their passion. With each class, we were able to see a glimpse into each other’s lives and understand each other’s points of view through writing. By the end of the class we hated to part ways. Feedback from instructor was very useful. She went out of her way to find additional information and other readings that may have pertained to each one of us personally.
– Life Story Writing Class Participant
"The Beer Matters course is a fantastic way to learn about beer history and engage in discussion with others who enjoy beer and homebrewing as much as I do! It's well-planned and always interesting."
- Beer Matters Participant