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Garfield Avenue project affects travel on lower campus. The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018. Please allow extra time when traveling to see us!Learn More
The word is out about UW-Eau Claire and the incredible amount of collaborative student-faculty research that goes on here. In fact, the National Council of Undergraduate Research recently named us #1 in the nation for master's level universities. It's at the core of our mission, and students in the American Indian Studies program benefit from the low student/faculty ratio and the ability to work closely with faculty on multiple projects if interested.
The sky is the limit in terms of research topics, and students are able to work with faculty to combine interests from their other courses of study or even personal interests to create a project. In many cases, these projects have gone on to launch career path's and graduate study pursuits, so don't miss this enriching opportunity typically reserved for graduate students at many universities.
Senior American Indian Studies and social work major Savannah Rigert is completing an internships on the Lac Courte Oreilles reservation in Sawyer County of northern Wisconsin, working make it possible to keep children and families together.Keeping families together
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