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
Celebration of World Voice Day 2015 was on campus in May with keynote speaker Dr. Rima DeFatta discussing "the voice."
UW-Eau Claire partners with Marshfield Clinic Family Health Center to address patient health care needs related to social, behavioral, environmental factors.
Nematode worms become focus of biology research conducted by Dr. Jamie Lyman Gingerich and student researchers as they seek to understand human health and disease.
Kelsey Stuttgen is about to take her passion for biology across the country as she attends Johns Hopkins University to study human genetics. Not only did Kelsey work really hard, she also took full advantage of the unique opportunities at UW-Eau Claire.
Chemistry major Nick Hora plans to combine his love of sports, swimming in particular, and his dreams of medical school into a career in sports medicine. He's a chemistry whiz AND a competitive swimmer!
With over 35 years of expertise in health care, public health, epidemiology, dentistry and academic scholarship, Dr. Mel Kantor brings a range of experience and knowledge to UW-Eau Claire. He is poised to further strengthen the health science programs.
Laura Suppes ’07, a UW-Eau Claire environmental public health graduate, has returned to campus as an assistant professor of environmental public health.
Five UW-Eau Claire students will participate in the National Science Foundation's Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) summer research program.
Two materials science students have been awarded prestigious Goldwater Scholarships, two of only nine awarded in Wisconsin and 283 awarded in the United States for 2014.
Dr. Mary Canales, professor of nursing, has received a UW-Madison grant to continue community research into food insecurity and hunger in our area.
Dr. William Klish, a 1963 UW-Eau Claire graduate, and his wife Marian wanted to provide a resource in support of students who will go on to serve as the advocates for the health and well-being of future generations.
Dr. Matt Jewell, has been awarded a five-year $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to fund a faculty-student research project that seeks to improve superconductor technology in the medical and science fields.
Alumna Josephine Arriola was among the first to enroll in the doctor of nursing practice degree at UW-Eau Claire in 2010.
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