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Garfield Avenue project affects travel on lower campus.

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.

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Cultural literacy is key

Empathy is one of the most important qualities a teacher can possess — the ability to understand the emotions and feelings of others is essential to helping children become confident learners, no matter their ability. UW-Eau Claire is committed to providing opportunities for students to encounter people from cultures other than their own in order to foster empathy and build overall cultural literacy.

Special education students are able to participate in cultural immersion trips to Washington, D.C., the greater Milwaukee area, and the Twin Cities area of Minneapolis and St. Paul. These trips offer our students the chance to interact, observe and learn about teaching in environments other than what can be found here in the Chippewa Valley. Students can take advantage of these immersion trips during semester courses, spring break, winterim and summer breaks. These experiences change perspectives and practices for all students involved.

In addition, every other summer, special education students are able to take part in a study abroad experience in Scotland — an amazing opportunity to teach and learn in totally different school environments and see how various types of learners are educated in different systems. See Study Abroad for more information about that longer immersion abroad experience.

Blugold is championing special education while nurturing passion for theater

Senior Clarissa Cleven-Peterson, a special education major and theatre education minor, hopes to combine her passions for education and theater to teach kids who need additional support.

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Civil Rights Pilgrimage

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Become a citizen of the world. Learn about Middle Eastern culture, cuisine and religion at the international market in Minneapolis; study stream ecology in the Andes Mountains, talk to eye-witnesses to history on the Civil Rights Pilgrimage.

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