Meet Tessa Ferry, Future Music Therapist
Tessa Ferry has spent much of her time at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire researching topics surrounding music therapy. As a music and psychology double major, she has worked on 6 different research projects throughout her undergraduate studies.
UW-Eau Claire grad says undergraduate research and faculty mentors made Rhodes Scholarship possible
UW-Eau Claire grad Dr. Tayo Sanders returned to campus in April to share his story of how faculty mentors and opportunities in and out of the classroom helped him grow from a nervous first-generation college student into a Rhodes Scholar.
Future teacher earns national Honors fellowship for world language teaching research
Jesselyn Nadolny's passion for languages and cultures — and her curiosity about the creative practices of world language teachers — has earned the future teacher a national Honors fellowship award that will fund her research.
New grad takes research to a new level during her years as a Blugold
Caitlin Hedberg took student research to new levels while at UW-Eau Claire. She was part of five research projects with three professors. She'll graduate in May with a major in physics, minors in math and linguistics and a certificate in Mandarin Chinese.
Honors Thesis Highlight: Tyler Gonzales
Tyler Gonzales will head off to graduate school in applied mathematics at Yale University this fall with a significant, sustained, independent research project already completed—his senior honors thesis.
Research in Yellowstone brings Blugold national attention
Mara Reed remembers being awed by the geysers in Yellowstone National Park when she visited the park for the first time as a girl. The UW-Eau Claire graduate never guessed that nearly 20 years later her research there would bring her national attention.