Where in the World was Professor Johnson in Summer 2015?
Professor Beth Johnson has a passion for choral performance. Did you know that she toured Europe with a local choir group this summer?
GEMS (Girls, Engineering, Math and Science) 2015
Middle school girls from the surrounding area were engaged in several 1 hour workshops/classes in science, engineering, and math related activities at UWFox.
UWFox Students at the Nobel Conference
Senior Lecturer of Psychology, Ellen Wilson, and her students from PSY 311 attended the Nobel Conference held in early October in Minnesota. The presentation topic was “ Addiction: Exploring the Science and Experience of an Equal Opportunity Condition”. View Video
Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities at UWFox
UWFox professors from various disciplines talk about why undergraduate research is important and what kind of opportunities are available to students on campus. View Video
Travis Hammerstad Map Restoration Project
Travis Hammerstad, a Life Scout from Troop 135, has spent more than 600 hours since summer 2014 working on a map restoration project with Weis Earth Science Museum Director Dr. Joanne Kluessendorf, and Boy Scout Counselor Rose Marie Lewis. View Video
UWFox Employees' Efforts Result in WI Geology Day Proclamation
Through the joint effort of two University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley employees, Dr. Joanne Klussendorf, Director of the Weis Earth Science Musuem and Dr. Beth Johnson, Professor of Geology, Saturday, October 17 has been declared Wisconsin Geology Day. View Video
Fall 2015 All Campus Picnic
UWFox students, faculty and staff got together to celebrate the start of the fall semester. What a fun day!
International Student - Jeong Yoo
An international student majoring in psychology chose UWFox for the opportunity to continue her studies at UW-Madison through the UW Colleges Guaranteed Transfer Program.
International Student - Hazem Younis
An international student talks about his choice of enrolling the UW-Platteville collaborative engineering program and an unexpected job opportunity that he was hired for on campus.
International Student - Peixin He
An international student majoring in business talks about why she chose UWFox and her life on campus.
UW-Fox Valley Foundation Reveals New Logo
The UW-Fox Valley Foundation revealed a new logo and vision during an event on June 25th, 2015. The foundations' new brand identity was designed by Coalesce Marketing & Design through a grant from the 2GETHER•4GOOD 24-hour marketing marathon. View Video
UWFox Helps Caitlin Zuehlke's Education Dream Come True
Caitlin Zuelke describes how UWFox and Lawrence University helped propel her towards achieving her educational and dream career goals.
UW Colleges and Bellin College of Nursing Sign Transfer Agreement
UW Colleges has signed a transfer agreement with Bellin College of Nursing. The agreement recognizes our AAS degree and allows our students to complete their BS in Nursing degrees at a premier institution. Chancellor Sandeen and Provost Lampe were on campus, together with representatives from Bellin College. View Video
Surprise Twist at UWFox Awards Ceremony 2015
UWFox faculty and staff honored 57 students for their academic excellence and/or extraordinary service outside their classrooms. As Dean Rudd concluded the ceremony, one student shared this with the entire audience. View Video
Posters in the Rotunda - UWFox Students Engaged in Undergraduate Student Research
Eight students engaged in undergraduate research with five faculty members participated in the annual Posters in the Rotunda event at the state capital on 4/22. View Video
small problems/BIG TROUBLE
Professor of Art, Judith Waller, and Emeritus Professor of Geology, Jim Brey, talk about their new exhibit, small problems/BIG TROUBLE. It is currently on display in the Alyward Gallery at UWFox from April 1 to May 2, 2015.
UWFox Theatre Presents "Failure: A Love Story"
Failure: A Love Story is a magical, whimsical fable that traces the sisters’ triumphs and defeats, lived out in the rickety two-story building by the Chicago River that was the Fail family home and clock shop. This funny, moving and profoundly wise play reminds us that in the end, all that remains is love. View Video
Chancellor Sandeen Shares Personal Stories
UW Colleges & Extension Chancellor Cathy Sandeen explains her interest in leading the UW Colleges & Extension as well as some insights into the personal life of our new chancellor. View Video
UW Budget Cuts Impact UW Colleges
UW Colleges & Extension Chancellor Cathy Sandeen addresses Governor Walker’s budget proposal including UW base budget cut, spending flexibilities, and public authority status and the potential impact on the UW Colleges. View Video
UW Colleges Chancellor Cathy Sandeen provides her impressions after her first visit to UWFox
Chancellor Sandeen thinks that UWFox is a great example of carrying out our primary mission of education while still being very connected to the community. View Video
UWFox Undergraduate Research on Stream Quality with Professor Gonya
UWFox students learn how to determine stream quality and the health of surface water on the Lower Fox River tributary streams
Zombie Series Lectures
Professor Bill Gillard talks about the upcoming Zombie Series Lectures. Fascination with zombies is (unlike the zombies, of course) alive and well.
Kenneth F Anderson Terrace Dedication
UWFox celebrated the life and contributions of the late Ken Anderson, well known and highly regarded Emeritus associate professor of communications arts/theatre.
UW Colleges & Lawrence University Partnership Agreement Signing
UW Colleges and Lawrence University signed an historic agreement today to help students more efficiently transfer from any UWC campuses to continue work on their bachelor’s degree from Lawrence.
UWFox Theatre Professionals Attend Broadway Teachers Workshop
Associate Professor of Communication Arts and Theatre Director Susan Rabideau and Technical Theater Director Erick Gyrion attended the Broadway Teachers Workshop in New York City this summer.
UWFox Children's Center Gardening Project
The University Children's Center got the kids interested in gardening by involving them in the entire process. Find out what they planted!
What’s kept Professor Malcolm Allen busy this Summer?
Professor Allen talks about the Dickens conference he attended in Béziers, France in July. Professor Allen’s presentation dealt with Dickens’ vision of London and how George Gissing, a later Victorian novelist, both admired and reacted against that vision. View Video
Evelyn is on for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Guess who Evelyn nominated for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! Were you challenged by your friends? Did you make a video, donation or both?
Tree Campus USA 2014
UWFox once again met the standards required to be named a "Tree Campus USA" by the Arbor Day Foundation. The new tree was dedicated to retired, long-time Buildings and Grounds staff member, Pat Duebler.
2013 Report to the Community
Let us share our perspectives on 2013 with you with a brief video perspective on why we are proud to be THE University of Wisconsin in our community.
Student Spotlight - Jeremy Fischer
Jeremy chose UWFox so he can study close to home while continuing his powerlifting training in the area. View Jeremy's complete profile.
UWFox Season's Greetings 2013
Happy Holidays from UWFox! Check out our 2013 holiday card through the collaboration between talented faculty, staff and students at UWFox!
Jeffrey Prokash Gallery Talk
Jeffrey Prokash is a UWFox alumnus. He talked about how UWFox art professors Frank Zetzman and Judith Waller influenced his career and passion for art. Jeffrey's work is on display in the Aylward Gallery now through December 6, 2013. View Video
Lila Locksmith Huberty Hall Dedication
UWFox honored one of its most esteemed educators by reopening Lecture Hall 1338 as “Lila Locksmith Huberty Hall”. Locksmith Huberty taught Spanish and French at UWFox beginning in 1946 and retired from the University in 1983. View Video
Duel the Dean
Students challenged Dean Rudd to several games of pool. Sponsored by Campus Activity Board. Join us on Facebook to view more photos.
Allyssa Novak - UW Powers Me Guest Tweeter
Each week UW Powers Me invites a student guest tweeter to talk about their life on their campus. Allyssa Novak shared her week-long college experience at UWFox. Allyssa was the first UW Colleges student to be invited as a guest tweeter"View Video
"Layers: Places in Peril" Presented at National & International Conferences
Art Professor Waller talked about how the idea of her "Layers" exhibit was formed and how she with Emeritus Geography Professor Brey to connect art and science. View Video
UWFox Commencement 2013 Sights and Sounds
The end of one journey and movement toward the start of the next is captured during the commencement ceremony on May 21, 2012. View Video
EGR 105 Spring 2013 Final Projects
"This year, projectile projects were more popular," said Professor McLanahan. Check out this short video and see all the projects. View Video
UWFox Celebrates Arbor Day with 'Tree Campus USA' Recognition
UWFox is the first UW Colleges campus to be recognized as the Tree Campus USA. View Video
UWFox Hoop House Construction
The hoop house was a spin-off from the campus composting project. It's a joint effort between students and faculty on campus. View Video
UWFox Season's Greeting 2012
Happy Holidays from UWFox! Check out our 2012 holiday card through the collaboration between faculty, staff and students at UWFox.View Video
Avenue Q Coming to UWFox!
Tony-winning musical Avenue Q is the hilarious and heartfelt story of a bright-eyed college grad who comes to New York with big dreams and little money. He can only afford to live on Avenue Q but—good news!—his neighbors turn. View Video
UWFox Green Roof Project
Dr. Weglarz talks about our first green roof segment, installed in September 2012 on the Communication Arts Center with help from staff and student volunteers. More Green Roof Project photos can be viewed on UWFox Facebook page. View Video
Fox Valley Engineering Program New Building Dedication
The Fox Valley Engineering program moves into a new location this summer. This new expansion will allow UWFox to "attract, retain and develop talent for the future workforce" locally.
Layers: Places in Peril - Gallery Talk
Professor Judith Waller and Dr. James Brey gave a gallery talk on this unique art and earth science collaborative exhibition of paintings and text.
LAYERS: Places in Peril. (Naples, Mt.Vesuvius, Campi Flegrei)
"Naples" is part of "Layers: Places in Peril," an art and earth science exhibit currently in the Aylward Gallery. We had the opportunity to film Professor Waller while she was working on this painting. Vist the blog for more information about this exhibit.
EGR 105 Project Presentations
Students from Dr. Ranen McLanahan's class presenting real world engineering designs. Check out some of the cool designs shown in this video!
Moments of UWFox Commencement 2012
The end of one journey and movement toward the start of the next is captured during the commencement ceremony on May 17, 2012. Congratulations, graduates! Please stay connected with us on Facebook!
UWFox Astronomy Day 2012
Barlow Planetarium director, Alan Peche, talks about the upcoming Astronomy Day on April 28, 2012.
Frank and Lynn Zetzman "Recent Works" Exhibit at UWFox
Frank and Lynn Zetzman talking about their recent art work and share their passions about the arts. You can see their work being displayed in the Aylward Gallery on campus from now until May 4, 2012.
Professor Johnson Explains What Micro Earthquakes Are
Dr. Beth Johnson, UWFox Assistant Professor of Geography-Geology explains what micro earthquakes like the city of Clintonville recently experienced are.
Dean's Scenes - Dr. Martin Rudd
Dean Rudd talks about his first few weeks as UWFox dean and his goals for the near future.
Learning Community - The Political Image Art Display
Students in The Political Image learning community courses, ART 111 and POL 215, have created unique display art in the halls around campus. How many can you identify as you stroll through the halls?
UWFox Summer Vacation
Vroom! Vroom!! Emeritus Dean/CEO Jim Perry and his wife, Joy, had quite a speedy agenda this past summer.
UWFox Summer Vacation - Juli McGuire's Sizzling Summer Passion
Chef Juli was busy in summer. Guess what she's trying to perfect while interning at a local restaurant.
UWFox Men's Basketball vs. FVTC
UWFox Men's Cyclones Basketball team held off Fox Valley Technical College for a 75-60 win on 11/28/2011. Go Cyclones Go!
UWFox G.E.M.S. 2011 Moments
140 girls and their parents attended the G.E.M.S. (Girls in Engineering, Math, and Science) on Saturday, November 14, 2011.
UWFox Summer Vacations - Evan Kreider
Find out what profess Kreider was playing this summer! Happy jamming!
UWFox Summer Vacations - Susan Rabideau
Professor Rabideau fulfilled her old theatre dreams in Athens, Greece this summer. Check out some cool pictures that she took during the trip!
Highlights of e.a.t.s. XV
e.a.t.s. XV was held on October 15, 2011 at UWFox. Over 300 guest and volunteers enjoyed remarkable food and drink, an outstanding silent auction, a raffle, music, socializing and a very festive evening.
UWFox Summer Vacations - Terri Gonya
Are you curious how Professor Gonya spent her free time this summer? Do you know what kind of instruments Professor Gonya plays?
UWFox Summer Vacations - John Beaver
What was Professor Beaver up to this summer? Definitely not teaching physics! Dr. Beaver traveled to Brazil and took lots of sun photos using various cool cameras.
Fall 2011 All Campus Picnic
We are back! UWFox students, faculty and staff got together to celebrate the start of the fall semester. What a fun day!.
UW Colleges Chancellor Cross Recognizes UWFox's Katie Meulemans
UWFox student, Katie Meulemans, was recognized by UW Colleges Chancellor, Ray Cross, at the Fall 2011 Convocation. Katie noted how the opportunities provided to her in classes and organizations helped her in her pursuit of a marketing degree. View Video
Fall 2011 - First Week at UWFox
Welcome back, UWFox students, faculty and staff members!
Register for Fall Classes - Do It Now!
The time is running out and seats are filling up. If you haven't registered for fall classes, do it now!
UWFox Retirees Reflect
Best of luck on the new chapters in your lives, Dean Perry, Professor Putman and Professor Hayes. We will miss you very much!
Professor Judith Waller Profile
Professor Judith Waller found solace in art since she was young. Find out what's turned Judith on to art and how she work passionately with her students after more than 25 years.
Weis Earth Science Museum Celebrates Wisconsin Museum Week
The Weis Earth Science Museum (WESM), Wisconsin’s Official Mineralogical Museum, is celebrating Wisconsin Museums Week 2011, with free admission to all visitors May 18 through May 24.
Professor George Waller Receives Political Science Award
George Waller, senior lecturer in Political Science, has been named the recipient of the “2011 Instructional Academic Staff [IAS] Award for Outstanding Contributions to Political Science Education in the University of Wisconsin Colleges.” View Video
Namibia Study Abroad class with Professor Joy Perry
Professor Joy Perry talks about her experiences in Namibia with her study abroad class.
Appleton East and Appleton West Combined Bands Performing at UWFox
An exciting collaborative concert featuring the combined bands from Appleton East and Appleton West high schools was performed at UWFox's Communication Arts Center on 3/13/2011.
Namibia Study Abroad class with Professor Ladwig
Professor Ladwig talked about the invaluable experience in Namibia with her study abroad class.
UWFox students show what should and should not be composted.
UWFox Women Basketball Team Scores!
The UW Fox Valleys women's basketball team's suffocating defense paved the way to a 70-49 victory over the visiting UW Marinette Lady Bucs. With the win the Cyclones advance to the WCC state tournament this weekend at UW Waukesha. Go Cyclones Go! View Video
UWFox Men's Basketball Team Rocks the Game!
The Cyclone men defeated UW-Sheboygan 82-60 in a Wisconsin Collegiate Conference quart-final match up on 2/23. They are advanced to the semi final's game on Saturday, 2/26 at 7p at UW-Waukesha.
Professor Amy Knepple Profile
Professor Knepple talks about her passion in teaching and why she chooses psychology as her career.
UWFox Fall 2010 Student Art Exhibit
Professor Waller talked about student art work and their exhibits at UWFox.
UWFox Students Keep Campus Compost
Adrian Landreth and Stephanie Krueger talk about the compost program on campus.
Wataru Akamatsu Profile
Wataru is a freshman at UWFox. He talks about why he picked UWFox to study this fall.
Professor Susan Rabideau Profile
Director of UWFox Theatre, Susan Rabideau, explains her lifelong interest in theatre and how you can get involved.
UWFox All Campus Fall Picnic 2010
Students and staff alike had a great time at the campus picnic!
George Waller LOOKS CLOSER at UWFox
Political science professor George Waller talks about the education offered at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley.
UWFox Through My Voice
During the Joy Cardin show on the IDEAS network of Wisconsin Public Radio (recorded on August 18, 2010), a medical doctor from Racine called in. This caller, who attended several colleges, discussed the benefits of her UWFox educational experience. View Video
UWFox Librarian Retiring after 30 Years
Retiring Director April Kain-Breese played a central role in the evolution of UWFox’s library.
UWFox Commencement 2010
The end of one journey and movement toward the start of the next is captured during the commencement ceremony on May 20, 2010.
UWFox Student Art Exhibit Spring 2010
The work of students enrolled in Spring 2010 sculpture, 2D and 3D design, and drawing courses is featured.
Dr. Zaiden's Math Magics
Dr. Zaiden talks about the use of simple math rules and basic algebra to do some pretty cool stuff.
'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' Preview
Erick Gyrion, Technical Director, gives a preview of a musical presented in the new Communication Arts Center.
Can You Name All the Colors of Joseph's Coat?
In preparation for the Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat theatre performance, several try their hand at naming all the colors of Joseph’s coat.
UWFox Students at the Polar Plunge 2010
UWFox students brave the cold during the 2010 Polar Plunge.
FastTrack Student - Roy Kordus
Find out how the FastTrack program has helped Roy achieve his educational goal.
Art Major Matt Braun
Matt discusses his education as an art major at UWFox.
FastTrack Student Ge Lee
Ge explains how FastTrack has been a good fit for his lifestyle.
'Doubt' Performances Announced
John Patrick Shanley’s brilliant Pulitzer prize-winning play, Doubt, embarked upon a six-show run at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley.
FastTrack Student Carly Weborg
FastTrack Student Carly Weborg talks about the ways the program has benefited her.
Channel 5 Updates on UWFox Makeover Winner
UWFox Career Makeover winner Linda Sharp gives an account of her first semester back in college through a Channel 5 news story.
Radio Exhibit Honors Collector Clyde Stephenson
Clyde Stephenson, radio collector and restorer, highlights his lifetime hobby and discusses what visitors can see at the Aylward Gallery exhibit at UWFox.
UWFox Announces New Campus Venue Named for Jim Perry
Watch the dedication of the new CAC building.
UWFox Names ‘Career Makeover’ Winner
Bradly Kemp, a 34-year-old Menasha resident, was named the winner of the first ever University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley/WFRV TV5 Career Makeover.
Career Makeover on Channel 5 WFRV
Meet Russ Clayton
World traveler Russ Clayton finds his educational home at UWFox and plans to launch his new career as a doctor.
Meet Wes Collier
Wes Collier finds a new life as a chemistry major at UWFox after working in paper conversion and glass fabricating. Wes reveals what drew him to UWFox and propels him into space research.
The Vagina Monologues Return to UWFox
Susan Rabideau, Director of UWFox Theatre, previews the production of The Vagina Monologues held in Spring 2009 at UWFox.
A Day with Martin Luther King
Dean Perry was the Student Government Association president at UWFox’s sister campus, UW Marathon County, in 1967 when he met Dr. Martin Luther King. Find out how this striking experience has changed Dean Perry’s view of life.
UW-Platteville Collaborative Program
The collaborative engineering program between UW-Platteville and UWFox is highlighted. This video is produced by and courtesy of New North.
Biology Majors Advising Tips
Interested in a biology degree? Dr. Dubear Kroening advises biology majors about courses they need to take and how to sequence those courses.
Nursing Major Advising Tips
Interested in a nursing degree but not sure what classes to take? Listen to Dr. Dubear Kroening offer advice about taking classes to meet the nursing degree requirements.
General Advising Tips
Need help figuring out what classes you should take at UWFox in order to seamlessly transfer to other schools? Watch this video about general advising tips.