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Blugold Hailing from Small Island Has Global Ambitions
Soon-to-be-graduate remarks: "While I've had dozens of high-impact experiences during my time here, some of the best parts of my college career were the people I met," Robin says. "The professors, mentors, classmates and friends that I made during my time in college are irreplaceable.The relationships I've had with professors have led to scholarships, a research project and me being able to sit on and give feedback at several College of Business yearly board meetings." Learn more about student-faculty research here.
Bremer Trust Grant to Support Blugold Beginnings Programming
Pre-college preparation support for area students in grades 5 through 12 will continue through UW-Eau Claire's Blugold Beginnings program with help from a recent grant to the UW-Eau Claire Foundation from the Otto Bremer Trust. Learn more about external grants here.
Bleske-Rechek, Student Have Research Article Published
Dr. April Bleske-Rechek, psychology, and psychology graduate Bryan Donovan have had their article, titled "Scientifically Adrift: Limited Change in Scientific Literacy, and No Change in Knowledge and Acceptance of Evolution, over Three Years of College," published in the EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2015, Vol. 7, No. 1, pages 21-43.
Regent Scholar Award Supports Geospatial Mining Project, Prepares Blugolds for Cutting-Edge Field
UW-Eau Claire is continuing to help Wisconsin establish itself as a leader in finding market niches for unmanned aerial systems, while at the same time giving Blugolds real-world experiences that will better prepare them to meet the growing demand for workers with geospatial skills.This spring, faculty and students will partner with private businesses to launch an innovative project that aims to help Wisconsin's mining industry use UAS technologies to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. The initiative has earned Dr. Joseph Hupy a 2016 Regent Scholar award from the UW System Board of Regents' Research, Economic Development and Innovation Committee.


February 10

Faculty Forum: Marmots in the Great Basin: Populations Persist 80 Years after Hall's Surveys, presented by Chris Floyd, Biology. 12:10-12:50 pm, Old Library 1142 (CETL). 

                    February 11

Grants Educational Series: Funding Opportunities for Your Teaching, Research and Scholarship, presented by Jeremy Miner, Director of Grants and Contracts. 12:10-12:50 pm, Old Library 1142 (CETL).


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