The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.More information
Through research and education, the
College of Arts and Sciences helps build a stronger regional economy and community.
We offer diverse opportunities for faculty and students to engage with the
community and bring people together to enhance social, cultural and economic opportunities
for individuals and businesses. From politics to economics, we work to build
lasting relationships between the university and area businesses as well as regional
public officials and non-profit agencies.
The Chippewa Valley Center for Economic Research and Development (CVCERD) provides local/regional economic data as well as research and analysis as a service to the community. Our mission is to help foster economic development in the region.Learn more about CVCERD
At UW-Eau Claire, science is more than just courses and labs for college students. Many of our faculty offer special science outreach programs to introduce children of all ages to the marvels of science. Programs can come to you or be done on campus.See science outreach options
Contribute to the growth and progress of the College of Arts and Sciences by making a donation. Giving opportunities range from scholarships to donor-directed support of a department, program or initiative. Your support will help build a stronger university, benefiting future students, faculty and alumni for decades.
When a Blugold walks across the stage to accept
their diploma, we know their experience at UW-Eau Claire has prepared them for
whatever is next. See some of the ways
our alumni are taking what they learned at UWEC and applying it to their
careers and lives.
Computer science minor Zach Halmstad now provides innovative solutions to companies using Apple products around the world. His inspiration for founding JAMF Software, one of the country’s fastest growing technology companies, came during his student employment at UWEC.Read Zach's story
When Quinn Collins enrolled in a conservation biology class he didn't realize the impact the class would have on his future as well as the future of one of the university's most treasured natural areas. His work to manage the invasive plants in Putnam Park helped him land a job working with the U.S. Forest Service and National Park Service at the Great Basin Institute in Nevada.
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