Dr. Heather Ann Moody receives 2023 MLK Social Justice Leadership Award
Dr. Heather Ann Moody, associate professor of American Indian studies, received the 2023 MLK Social Justice Leadership Award Feb. 7 at the campus celebration of Dr. King’s life and work.
Faculty, staff recognized for excellence at Blugold Breakfast
Eight UW-Eau Claire faculty and staff members were honored at the academic year opening meeting. Each award recipient received a university medallion and $1,500.
UW-Eau Claire celebrates Native American Heritage Month throughout November
Throughout November, UW-Eau Claire will present a series of events in recognition of Native American Heritage Month. Join us for these unique opportunities to learn, understand and celebrate inspiring histories and current voices.
Eight receive excellence awards as academic year opens
UW-Eau Claire Chancellor James Schmidt honored faculty and staff members for their excellence during the Blugold Breakfast and academic year opening meeting.
Resilience in action: Tressa Lange
When Tressa Lange decides to do something, it gets done despite the obstacles. From taking over running a student organization and obtaining a competitive national internship to succeeding as a student facing a 6-hour round-trip commute, she did it all.
Red Dress Display to recognize Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women Awareness Day May 5
UW-Eau Claire's Inter-Tribal Student Council will host events May 5 and May 6 in recognition of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women Awareness Day. The Red Dress Display will be on the campus mall on May 5. A virtual discussion will follow on May 6.
Q&A with an AIS intern: Kristi Bechtel at the Ho-Chunk Nation
We all know what an impact an internship can have on the academic and career goals of our students. But what you might now know is really how that all works, how they happen, how students prepare for those opportunities. One former intern gives us the basics of how she got her internship, and what it meant to her.