Student veteran shares soldiers’ stories through ‘The Shrapnel Project’
For UW-Eau Claire student and U.S. Army veteran Phillip Schladweiler, being injured in combat provided him with the opportunity to share his and other veterans' stories through his photography exhibit. > Full story.
Percussion ensemble selected to perform at international convention
Eight UW-Eau Claire students will put their percussion talents on display during an ensemble performance at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention Nov. 19-22 in Indianapolis, Indiana. > Full story.
Professor energizes growing German program
Making mistakes might not seem like the best idea for students looking to impress their professor but it's a winning strategy in Dr. Josh Brown's German classes. > Full story.
Downtown space helps entrepreneurial students connect with professionals
UW-Eau Claire students and faculty now have access to Volume One's WorkSpace, a shared space where area entrepreneurs work, hold meetings and interact with other professionals who work outside a traditional office environment. > Full story.
Bringing health sciences to the fore: Dr. Mel L. Kantor named Ramsey Endowed Chair
Kantor was named the faculty chair of the Institute for Health Sciences. He will provide leadership and vision for the institute, a new initiative to advance the health sciences. > Full story.
Alum Zach Halmstad profiled in business journal
Halmstad, who graduated from UW-Eau Claire with a degree in music, is the co-founder of JAMF Software, which provides information management tools for major enterprises that use Apple products. > Full story.
Alumni spotlightJournalism graduate Rachel Minske has received a national honor from the Society of Professional Journalists.> Full story.
Accounting student Matthew Adams has received a national scholarship. > Full story.
Dr. Martina Lindseth is awarded the Maxwell Schoenfeld Distinguished Professorship. Full story.