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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
When a dozen Blugolds visited popular tourist destinations in Scotland this spring, they were doing much more than sightseeing. The UW-Eau Claire geography majors, along with two of their professors, were gathering information and other data necessary to analyze how effectively Scotland is marketing itself to visitors from abroad, specifically millennials.
UW-Eau Claire overviews the work completed on the Garfield Avenue redevelopment project as of June 1, 2017.
If not for Erin Klaus’ time in Arizona following her 2005 graduation from UW-Eau Claire, she may not have become a partner in a successful small business in downtown Eau Claire.
Students holding an associate's degree in from two area technical colleges now have improved options for transferring to UW-Eau Claire and pursuing a bachelor's in social work, thanks to newly signed articulation agreements.
Drawing on personal experience and some impressive career success, Fortune 500 CEO Mary Laschinger told UW-Eau Claire’s spring 2017 graduates that their learning should not end with the completion of their college degree.
As UW-Eau Claire's 2016-17 academic year and its Centennial Celebration come to an end, Chancellor James Schmidt takes a look at all that was done to carry on the university's100-year tradition of excellence — and to ensure it continues well into the next century.
Biology professor Paula Kleintjes Neff introduces literature into classes in addition to textbooks and scientific papers — and finds the innovative teaching strategy makes a difference for students.
A University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire geography professor with a talent and passion for creating learning experiences in his classroom and around the world has received a prestigious national teaching award. Dr. Ezra Zeitler, an associate professor of geography and anthropology, is the recipient of the 2017 Higher Education Distinguished Teaching Award. Each year the National Council for Geographic Education recognizes one to three educators from throughout the country for outstanding teaching in higher education. Zeitler is the first UW-Eau Claire faculty member to receive the award, and the sixth educator from a UW System school to receive the honor since it was established in 1982.
The summer closure of UW-Eau Claire's Chippewa River footbridge starting May 22 will result in parking parking changes for the university's students, faculty and staff.
Ten alumni and friends of the university will receive UW-Eau Claire Alumni Association awards May 20 at an event in conjunction with spring commencement. The awards recognize the recipients' professional and personal successes as well as their contributions to their alma mater, their communities and their professions.
Unlike most of the Blugolds who will graduate this month, no one expected Bronsen Smith to earn a bachelor’s degree. From being expelled from his high school to overcoming the death of his sister, the odds have been stacked against the Army veteran for a long time.
The UW-Eau Claire Center for Service-Learning recently recognized those who have volunteered countless hours of service to the Eau Claire community.
Wisconsin’s 2017 Small Business Development Center of Excellence and Innovation Award was given to UW-Eau Claire’s SBDC office for playing a critical role in the state’s small business community. Luke Kempen and Dave Kochendorfer worked together to develop a financial projection template that is used throughout the Wisconsin SBDC network. Last year, the office’s consulting assisted 192 clients and led to 23 new businesses and 95 new jobs with a capital investment of $8.4 million.
A strong interest in addiction research drove UW-Eau Claire junior, Meredith Watson, to land a prestigious paid internship at the University of Missouri’s Summer Alcohol Research School.
The Centennial Grand Finale, a UW-Eau Claire centennial wrap-up event for students, faculty and staff, will begin at 11 a.m. May 12 at the amphitheater on the campus mall.
Faculty and students come together to help UW-Eau Claire gain national recognition for outstanding undergraduate research.
Academics and diplomats from the United States and Europe will gather this week at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire to debate how peace and security can best be achieved in Eurasia — a region that includes Europe and Asia — and what policies the U.S. should adopt to promote those actions. The Lazda Symposium on Global Issues will host the two-day event, titled “U.S. Foreign Policy and the Future of Eurasian Security.” The symposium, free and open to the public, will include a series of discussions Friday and Saturday, May 5-6, in Hibbard Hall and Schneider Hall on UW-Eau Claire’s lower campus.
UW-Eau Claire overviews the work completed on the Garfield Avenue redevelopment project as of May 1, 2017.
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