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Professor Brings Early Russian Chemists' Contributions to Light
More than 20 years ago, Dr. David Lewis became curious about the people behind the names of the organic chemical reactions he was teaching to his students. Each reaction is named for the chemist who discovered it. For Lewis, a UW-Eau Claire professor of chemistry, following his curiosity about those chemists has elevated him to rock star status among his chemistry colleagues in — of all places — Russia.
WiSys Quick Pitch 2016 Trains Students to Make Undergraduate Research Projects Accessible, Understandable
In an elevator pitch-style competition Monday, WiSys Technology Foundation challenged University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students to present their research projects and their impact on society—all in under three minutes. Learn more about events related to CERCA here.
May Grad Soars in Gymnastics and in the Sciences
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 funding here.
Blugolds Help City of Eau Claire Improve Sustainability, Life through Internship Program
UW-Eau Claire environmental studies students are working toward a greener Eau Claire community while simultaneously getting a valuable internship opportunity. For the last three years, Ned Noel, associate planner for the city of Eau Claire, has hired environmental studies students through a connection to UW-Eau Claire's Watershed Institute for Collaborative Environmental Studies. Learn more about external opportunities here.


August 2-3

Wisconsin Science & Technology Symposium, UW-Oshkosh.

August 24

Sabbatical Information Session: 2:30 p.m. in OL1142 (CETL).

September 7

Advancing Health Equity Conference.

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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