Schneider Disability Issues Forum
Renowned authors and experts come to campus each year to address accessibility issues for people living with disabilities. The event was established by Dr. Katherine Schneider, UW-Eau Claire psychologist emerita and author, who has been blind since birth. Presentations are free and open to the public, close-captioned for the hearing impaired and interpreted for the deaf. Learn about the 2016 Schneider Disability Issues Forum, "Beyond Labels."
Ann Devroy Memorial Forum
Celebrating the life of Blugold alumna and legendary White House reporter Ann Devroy, the annual forum brings award-winning journalists to campus to discuss events of the day with students and community. A fellowship and internship opportunity with The Washington Post is associated with this event, established by Devroy's family. Visit the Communication and Journalism website to learn more.
The Martin Mogensen Education Lecture Series
This lecture series and teacher education outreach was established by the family of Martin Mogensen '52, a teacher and principal who became one of the first victims of a school shooting in the U.S. The series and a student scholarship celebrate Mogensen's life's work an the field of education. Get details about the 2017 Martin Mogensen Education Lecture, "'Hip-Hop, Hip Hope': The (R)Evolution of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy."