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Social Work Students First to Research Impacts of Personalized Music on Caregivers
Through a grant issued by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services Division of Long Term Care, associate professor of social work Dr. Lisa Quinn-Lee, professor emeritus Dr. Donald Mowry and four undergraduate social work students were able to research the impact on caregivers of the use of personalized music with individuals diagnosed with dementia, building on the work of the national nonprofit organization Music & Memory. Learn more about external grant opportunities here.
Local Businesses Make Challenge Gift for Local Blugold Scholarship
A local business owner’s appreciation for the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s impact on the community has led to a $12,000 gift from his Water Street area businesses in support of a new UW-Eau Claire Foundation scholarship for local students. Learn more about undergraduate scholarships and fellowships here.
Research Scholarships Help Blugolds Explore New Possibilities
As a senior in high school Sarah Sortedahl of Spring Valley signed up to take an individual science tour of the UW-Eau Claire campus. It was during this visit that the seeds were planted for a successful college research career. Learn more about research scholarships here.
Karen Havholm Elected to National Student Research Council
The Council on Undergraduate Research has announced that a University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire faculty member and the leader of support for research on campus has been named CUR's executive board general representative. Dr. Karen Havholm, professor of geology, assistant vice chancellor for research and sponsored programs, and director of the Center of Excellence for Faculty and Undergraduate Student Research Collaboration at UW-Eau Claire, will begin her term in June.

July 15

Student-Faculty Research Collaboration applications due to Chair

August 15

National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend Incentive applications due

September 12

Faculty Sabbatical Program application due to Dean


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