Michael J. Engaas, 46, died of a massive heart attack on Friday at his residence after a 26 year battle with diabetes. He was born May 5, 1969 and was just 13 days short of his 47th birthday and 14 days short of the family trip to Las Vegas. Michael was a graduate of William […]
Students looking toward a career in education or get stronger in health and wellness can now get their degrees at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Regents announced Friday three new bachelor of science degrees in education; secondary ed; early childhood ed; and special ed. The school has offered an elementary ed degree since 2014, and more […]
Joseph Kane, 58, passed away unexpectedly, Monday at Wheaton Franciscan – All Saints Medical Center. He was born in Racine, December 19, 1957, son of George and Amelia “Millie” (Nee: Kane) Checki. Joseph graduated from St. Catherine’s High School, Class of 1976. Furthering his education he graduated Summa Cum Laude from UW-Parkside and earned his […]
Students who want to wade into higher education instead of jumping in will have the option next fall of choosing an associate degree program at University of Wisconsin-Parkside. School leadership said offering associate degrees meets regional education needs while strengthening relationships with Gateway and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, according to a story in Biz Times […]
Hallee Hess is a senior at J.I. Case High School, and she was nominated to appear in our casual series – in partnership with Racine Uncovered – Excellence in Racine by her aunt, Shanda Hess, not just because she is an academic success but also because she’s a compassionate person who cares deeply about others. […]
Attention Gateway and Parkside students: the deadline to apply for Kiwanis scholarships is April 1. Created for high school students attending either Gateway Technical College or UW-Parkside this fall, the scholarship awards range from $750 to $1,500 per year. Applications can be found in school counselors’ offices or online at www.ecu.com/kiwanis.