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Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Receives UW System Award for Excellence 

On June 5, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs received a UW System Award for Excellence at a UW System Board of Regents meeting in Milwaukee. "We are honored to have been nominated for this award by our colleagues at UW-Eau Claire, whom we have the privilege to serve and support in their scholarship, grant-seeking and mentoring of students," said Dr. Karen Havholm, UW-Eau Claire's assistant vice chancellor for research. "There is no student research without the active scholars who mentor them." Read the full article here.

Following the Rhodes to Oxford
A bright and ambitious senior who has a passion for research and a natural ability to lead is among the 32 Americans named as 2015 Rhodes Scholars. Tayo A. Sanders II said UW-Eau Claire's commitment to fostering strong faculty-student relationships has been a key factor in preparing him to receive an honor like the Rhodes award. "UWEC's emphasis on undergraduate research has also developed my ability to draw connections between material learned in my courses and their applications to the real world," Sanders said. Learn more about undergraduate research and faculty-student collaboration here.
Blugold Geographers Help Rediscover Ancient Synagogue
As part of an international team of researchers, Dr. Harry Jol, professor of geography and anthropology, and senior geography major Alexis Pingel helped to discover the remains of a 17th-century synagogue in Vilnius, Lithuania. The Great Synagogue of Vilna, the oldest and most significant Jewish monument in Lithuania, was destroyed during the Holocaust. Learn more about faculty/student collaboration here.
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Biology Students Practice Conservation on a Global Scale
Two senior biology majors have pursued extraordinary opportunities doing national and international undergraduate research through the biology department. Through the department of biology our students find opportunities to participate in national and international faculty/student collaborative research and internships —the kinds of research and work opportunities often reserved for graduate students. Learn more about faculty/student collaboration here.

Fall 2015

Mentoring Undergraduate Research Students - a Community of Practice focused on enhancing mentoring practice. Sign up by Sept. 7.

September 23

Faculty Forum: Howya Feeling? Blugolds' Health and Wellness, presented by Kate Wilson, Health Services. 12:10-12:50 pm, Old Library 1142 (CETL).

October 5

Authors Celebration - SAVE THE DATE! 4:00-6:00 pm, Ojibwe Room, Davies Center. Join your colleagues for conversation and celebration of scholarly work. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks will be served.

October 8

Grants Educational Series: Building Sustainability into Your Grant Project, presented by Jeremy Miner, Director of Grants and Contracts. 12:10-12:50 pm, Old Library 1142 (CETL).


Sept. 1: Academic Staff Professional Development, Guest Lecturers and Artists, Workshops and Special Projects Travel, Visiting Minority Scholars program proposals due to ORSP

Sept. 9: Faculty Sabbatical proposal due to Chair

Oct. 1: Student-Faculty Research Collaboration proposals due to Chair or Unit Director

Oct. 1: Guest Lecturers and Artists, Workshops and Special Projects Travel, Visiting Minority Scholars program proposals due to ORSP

Oct. 30: International Fellows Program proposals due to Intercultural Immersions Coordinator

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