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Rococo String Quartet to present Shostakovich lecture-recital Oct. 25

Friday, October 21, 2016

During the Oct. 25 lecture-recital — a culmination of the Blugold quartet’s international research and performance experience — the ensemble will perform Shostakovich’s Quartets No. 1, 8 and 11, and discuss how the works were influenced by the composer’s personal life. The event is free and open to the public.

Dr. Jennifer Muehlenkamp

Researchers work to reduce the risk of suicide among college students

Friday, October 14, 2016

Existing research shows that engaging in non-suicidal self-injurious behavior is a strong risk factor for future suicide among college students. But what specific behaviors or psychological features exist or change over time that make some — but not all — of the young adults who self-injure move toward suicidal thoughts or behaviors? That’s the question an associate professor of psychology at UW-Eau Claire and a team of student researchers hope to answer through a new three-year research project.

Dr. Laura Suppes is a national leader in investigating waterborne illness outbreaks associated with swimming pool use.

Blugold researcher leads advances in pool water safety

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

For most people, swimming pools evoke images of leisurely summer days, family fun and physical fitness. Most of the time, that vision is a reality. But pool water also can make people sick, a phenomenon that can put a damper on the public’s recreational activities.

Chemistry students in lab with Dr. Hati

UW-Eau Claire receives top national undergraduate research award

Thursday, October 6, 2016

UW-Eau Claire is the top master’s-level university in the country in providing excellent undergraduate research programs, according to the Council on Undergraduate Research.

Dr. Joseph Hupy

Science publication highlights geographer's research on impact of war on the earth's landscape

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Dr. Joseph Hupy’s work in the field of bombturbation is highlighted in Undark Magazine, a new digital science publication funded by the Knight Science Journalism Foundation. The profile tells the story of how, as a college student, Hupy was frustrated by the lack of information about the ways military battles change and shape the landscape and environment. He did his own research, and as a result, the field of bombturbation was born. Hupy now is an associate professor of geography at UW-Eau Claire.

Hein, Niazi co-author journal article

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Dr. Jeremy Hein and Dr. Tarique Niazi, sociology, have co-authored a paper titled "The Primordial Refugees: Religious Traditions, Global Forced Migration, and State-Society Relations," which was published in International Sociology, a journal that ranks as one of the top two sociology journals worldwide.



October 26

Faculty Forum:
SPOCK - A System for Encouraging Student Interaction in Online Courses. Presented by Ryan Hardt, Computer Science, 12:10-12:50 p.m. in OL1142 (CETL).

November 10

Grants Educational Series: How to Convey "Economic Impact" in Your Grant Proposal. Presented by Kristen Ruka, WiSys Regional Associate, 12:10-12:50 p.m. in OL1142 (CETL).


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