Remembering Morris Firebaugh
The UW-Parkside community was saddened to learn of the passing of Dr. Morris W. Firebaugh on New Year's Day.  

Dr. Firebaugh was a professor of physics and computer science at UW-Parkside for 32 years, retiring in 2001. He will be greatly missed by many at Parkside, where he will be remembered as a founding faculty member and a Parkside champion even after his retirement.

Alumni are invited to send stories and remembrances of Dr. Firebaugh to for inclusion in the upcoming issue of PARKSIDE: The Magazine.
Dr. Morris W. Firebaugh
Alumni Making News: Paul Connell '94, Tasia White '08
Paul Connell '94

Paul Connell '94 has joined the Cozen O'Connor law firm as a member of the State Attorneys General Group. Paul served as deputy attorney general and senior counsel to Wisconsin Attorney General Brad D. Schimel from 2015 to 2019. He will work out of Cozen O'Connor's Chicago and Washington, D.C. offices.

Tasia White '08

Tasia White '08 recently opened TaejaVu's on Main, a soul food restaurant, in Racine. Tasia is a former educator in the Racine and Chicagoland areas, and is a lifelong foodie and chef.

Calling All Alumni Business Owners
This year marks our third annual Parkside Day. Parkside Day is a 24 hour challenge to raise funds for student success, promote volunteering, make a difference, and show your Ranger Spirit.

This year we are featuring alumni success stories and promoting alumni businesses as part of Parkside Day.

If you are a business owner, let us know.

Do you know of an alumni business that we should feature? Refer a business today.
Last Chance: Submit a Distinguished Alumni Award Nomination
Deadline Friday, February 5

The UW-Parkside Distinguished Alumni Awards celebrate and honor the rich legacy of learning and accomplishments by our graduates who exemplify the impact of a UW-Parkside education.  

Nominations must be received by February 5 for 2021-22 consideration. The selected Distinguished Alumni Award recipients will be recognized throughout the 2021-22 academic year, with an award event in spring 2022.  
Upcoming Events
Celebrating Black History Month

Join the UW-Parkside community as we celebrate Black culture, engage in critical conversations, and honor legacies and leadership.

Don't miss the Parkside Library Black History Month Book Collection and special virtual events: the 22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration (Feb. 26) and the Essence Ball: Breaking the Mold (Feb. 27).
Melodious Mondays

Artistic conversations livestreamed via the UW-Parkside Music Facebook page

Feb 8 | 7 pm 
Theatre Arts student Jack Purves and audio engineer Kevin Gray reflect on their work livestreaming dozens of events for the College of Arts and Humanities and UW-Parkside.

Feb 15 | 7 pm
Laura Rexroth, Director of Bands, discusses highlights of Parkside bands, the music program, and performances through audio and video clips. 

Feb 22 | 7 pm
Symphony director and associate dean, Alvaro Garcia, looks back at a year of creativity and innovation in music at Parkside.
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